Relationship Between Irregular Menstruation And Migraine?
Hello, yesterday, April 26, I had my period but the next day, April 27, the blood that came out turned brownish and then soon there was no blood or spots at all. And suddenly I have migraines to this day. Is there a relationship between menstruation 1 day with headaches?
Menstrual cycle can change every month. Normal menstrual cycle ranges from 21-35 days. whereas the menstrual period usually lasts between 3-7 days.
Headaches in women are associated with changes in hormone levels. when menstruation occurs, there is a change in the levels of the hormones estrogen and progesterone. These hormonal changes in women can trigger headaches, especially migraines.
Migraine is a condition where pain occurs in one part of the head. Migraines cause pain of moderate to severe intensity, throbbing on one side, and improve with rest.
if you experience migraine then you should rest first. avoid doing physical activity that is too strenuous. drink enough water, and get enough rest. If your migraine doesn't get better then you should see your doctor directly so that the doctor can check your condition firsthand. thus later the doctor can provide the right therapy for you.
some causes that can cause menstrual irregularities, for example:
side effects of birth control used excessive stress the influence of certain drugs endometriosis ovarian cysts, the following articles you can read about migraine
may be useful. thank you