Current Clinical Approach: Menstrual Migraine

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Christie Tait


Menstrual migraine can be divided into true menstrual migraine and menstrual-related migraine, with true menstrual migraine attacks occurring only at the time of menstruation. Menstrual-related migraine is a far more common presentation. This paper presents an overview of diagnosis and treatment of menstrual and menstrual-related migraine.


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Tait, C. (2022). Current Clinical Approach: Menstrual Migraine. NP Current, 3(4). Retrieved from
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