Contraception Update
Migraines and Oral Contraception: What ObGyns Need to Know
Hill-Busselle DL
The Female Patient. 2009;34(2):32-37

Migraine headaches occur in 25% of women between the ages of 18 and 49 years. However, only 50% of these women have had their migraines properly diagnosed. As ObGyns, we can improve the quality of life for our patients by diagnosing and treating migraines. In addition, when counseling patients regarding contraceptive options, the presence of migraine headaches is an important factor to consider.


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