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Menstrual Migraine, an All Too Frequent and Silent Reality


Menstrual migraine is an extremely debilitating pathophysiological phenomenon. Furthermore, it can be accompanied by vomiting and dizziness. On average, it appears a few days before menstruation itself and is still present about 48 hours after its onset. As a matter of fact, many women find themselves limited in their abilities for almost a week with this condition. Given the pain of this experience, it’s common for women to seek primary care. However, GPs often prescribe drugs that don’t always have the desired effect. In these cases, it’s gynecologists and neurologists who are best trained to offer the most effective treatment. In…

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Chantal Maille
Praticien en Psychothérapie - Psychanalyste, Coaching conjugal & Sophrologie

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