Published in Women's Health Weekly, November 10th, 2005
"The primary objectives of a study" from the United States" were to (1) contrast reproductive hormone levels and ratings of menstrual distress of female migraineurs with those of a control group in each menstrual cycle phase, (2) examine correlations between hormone levels and migraine frequency, severity, and migraine-related disability, and (3) examine correlations between menstrual distress and migraine frequency, severity, and migraine-related disability."
"A secondary objective was to evaluate the...
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