Treatment for Pure Menstrual Migraine

Published Online: Thursday, October 20, 2011
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Women with pure menstrual migraines without aura will experience greater symptom relief with a combined oral contraceptive regimen that includes 4 placebo pills per cycle, rather than the standard 7, researchers from the University of Siena in Italy found.

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