Hormones in migraine: Periods, the pill and pregnancy Free Archived

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Anish Bahra lectures on the role hormones play in migraines. She also looks at how migraine changes can occur during pregnancy and about specific hormonal therapy and the prevention of migraine during pregnancy.   

This lecture was part of an event called "Medicine and Me - Living with migraine" at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of Lecture: 20th April 2013

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Length: 00:20:54

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00:08:28 - Preventative Treatment
00:12:58 - Migraine Subtype in patients with transient neurological deficit during pregnancy
00:20:29 - Conclusion
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