Natural Treatment of Menstrual Migraines

menstrual migraines

According to a new Lancet review paper, menstrual migraines are more severe than migraines at other times of the cycle.

The authors of the paper explain that menstrual migraines are caused by estrogen withdrawal at the end of the cycle together with an estrogen-dependent release of prostaglandins and histamine. They propose progesterone as a possible prevention strategy.

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The Pros and Cons of Hormonal IUDs (Mirena, Kyleena, and Skyla)

Mirena hormonal IUDHormonal IUDs are different from all types of hormonal birth control in that they do not suppress ovulation and therefore can permit natural cycling.

Other benefits of hormonal IUDs are that they can dramatically decrease menstrual flow and relieve symptoms of endometriosis.

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