Here’s Why You Might be Getting More Migraine Attacks Around Your Period, According to Neurologists – Well + Good

Read article - Rohit Reddy, an assistant professor of neurology, is featured in an article about the connections between migraines and periods. “Patients can time medications prior to period onset—generally two days before—or take additional doses at that time with the guidance of their neurologist,” Reddy says. “This is where keeping a headache diary becomes especially important—if a headache pattern emerges, we can try to break it by taking medications at the right time.” (Picked up by MSN.)