Incidence of migraine relative to menstrual cycle phases of rising and falling estrogen.

@article{MacGregor2006IncidenceOM,
  title={Incidence of migraine relative to menstrual cycle phases of rising and falling estrogen.},
  author={E Anne MacGregor and Alison A Frith and Jayne P Ellis and Laurence J Aspinall and Allan Hackshaw},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={2006},
  volume={67 12},
  pages={2154-8}
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate the association between urinary hormone levels and migraine, with particular reference to rising and falling levels of estrogen across the menstrual cycle in women with menstrual and menstrually related migraine. METHODS Women with regular menstrual cycles, who were not using hormonal contraception or treatments and who experienced between one and four migraine attacks per month, one of which regularly occurred on or between days 1 +/- 2 of menstruation, were studied… CONTINUE READING

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