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Posted By : Lizzo - 4/16/2005 6:12 PM
I had my first migraine when I was 7 months pregnant with my first son - woke in the middle of the night and went to the ER room. I would have them every now and then, mostly brought on, I thought (and yes, this does play into it) by stress. 15 years since my first migraine, I have seen a strong link btw hormones and migraines. I take birth control pills - Yasmin - every day and tried to go off of them and then whammy! I don't like being on birth control pills  - in fact I have had my tubes tied so really not necessary. Has anyone else had a similar experience? Also, anyone had the same thing and went through menapause and if so, did it get better or worse? I'm 40 and if I am like my mom, will go through menopause early.
Thanks, Liz

Posted By : LilacGal - 4/17/2005 10:30 AM
I've been told my migraines are linked to hormones. I've had them for over ten years since high school. It wasn't until I saw my neuro's female nurse that she told me they were linked to hormones. I always get migraines when I ovulate and during my period. They will occur during other times too but I am guarenteed to have them, and have them bad, during those two times of the month.

I was really happy to find that info out for myself...it lets me remember to put more than one migraine treatment in my purse. :)

Lil


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