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.
A 13-year-old boy is sent to the emergency department for evaluation of fever and headache that have been present for approximately 1 week.
For chronic migraine, botulinum type A injections are superior to placebo after three months of therapy.
Researchers analyzed data to determine the years of life lived with disability and disability-adjusted life-years for patients with migraine and tension-type headache, which are both commonly associated with medication overuse.