Higher Stroke Risk Associated With Estrogen Contraceptives in Women With Migraine
Taking estrogen-containing contraceptives increases risk for stroke in women with migraine with aura.
Fremanezumab treatment may be efficacious in reducing the number of monthly headache days in the long-term in people with chronic migraine.
Few patients were found to take triptan medications to treat acute migraine, and a majority of those who had, discontinued the treatment due to side effects.
Lasmiditan was found to be more effective compared with placebo in eliminating pain and other symptoms associated with headache in individuals with migraine.