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Migraines worsen as women approach menopause

Migraine headaches heat up as women approach menopause, according to a new study. The risk for high frequency headache, or more than 10 days with headache per month, increased by 60 percent in middle-aged women with migraine during the perimenopause -- the transitional period into menopause marked by irregular menstrual cycles -- as compared to normally cycling women says the study's lead author.
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