Published in Women's Health Weekly, August 9th, 2001
The data were released at the American Headache Society Meeting in New York City, New York, on June 30, 2001. Sixty percent of women who are migraine sufferers experience migraine during, or right after, their menstrual cycles.
"There is a perception that migraine attacks related to menses are more severe and resistant to acute treatment than those unrelated to menses, but there is little existing clinical data to support this," said Susan Abu-Shakra, MD, AstraZeneca. "However, these...
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