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Headache and Migraine in Women

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Headache and Migraine in Women focuses on the unique experiences and challenges women face with these conditions, emphasizing the differences between male and female brains in processing language, information, emotion, and cognition.

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Headache and Migraine in Women PPT Summary

  1. Male and female brains have differences in external anatomical and primary and secondary sexual characteristics, as well as in the way they process language, information, emotion, and cognition.
  2. Men have a significantly larger inferior-parietal lobule (IPL) in the cortex compared to women.
  3. Women are more likely to experience headaches and migraines, with estrogen levels playing a key role in their prevalence.
  4. Migraine prevalence increases at menarche, while migraines generally improve with physiological menopause.
  5. Hormonal treatments, such as transdermal estradiol and bromocriptine, can be effective in managing menstrual migraines.
  6. Migraines during pregnancy and postpartum are usually benign and can be managed through non-medication approaches and safe symptomatic medications.


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