Managing Migraine During Pregnancy and Lactation

@article{Wells2016ManagingMD,
  title={Managing Migraine During Pregnancy and Lactation},
  author={Rebecca Erwin Wells and Dana P. Turner and Michelle Lee and Laura E Bishop and Lauren Doyle Strauss},
  journal={Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports},
  year={2016},
  volume={16},
  pages={1-24}
}
While over half of women with migraine report improvement during pregnancy, having a history of migraine may increase the chance of negative health outcomes. The state of pregnancy increases the risk of several dangerous secondary headache disorders, especially those associated with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, and providers need to know the red flags to diagnose and treat emergently. Non-pharmacological migraine treatments can be instituted in advance of pregnancy as many are… Expand
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