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InStyle: Here's how to tell if you're suffering from menstrual migraines

UC expert discusses migraine risks

InStyle magazine interviewed Vincent Martin, MD, professor the UC Department of Internal Medicine, to help readers understand the link between migraine and menstruation in women. Martin, an expert in migraine and a UC Health physician, said menstrual migraines fall into two categories and is tied to hormonal levels in women.

“True menstrual migraines occur two days before to two days after the first day of menstrual bleeding,” said Martin, who is director of Headache and Facial Pain Center at the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute. 

The InStyle interview is avaliable online.