Female Hormones Trigger Headache in Girls With Migraine
In adolescent girls, changes in female hormones may trigger headaches but their effect may depend on age and their stage of pubertal development. A study found that higher levels of the sex hormone progesterone were associated with fewer headaches in older teenagers, while lower levels resulted in more headache in that group. In younger girls, the opposite appears to be true.
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