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.
The analysis revealed that oversimplifications led to the misconception of jolt accentuation of headache as a stand-alone, universal indicator of acute meningitis.
A study looked at use of IV fluids, ketorolac, dexamethasone, and DRAs prochlorperazine/metoclopramide from 1999-2000 to 2014 in the treatment of patients with migraine admitted to the ED.
Researchers and pain experts formulated guidelines for the use of onabotulinumtoxinA for the management of chronic migraine.