In about 60 percent of women who have migraines, headaches develop just before, during or after a menstrual period, or during ovulation. Menstrual migraines are related to hormone levels - particularly estrogen. For many women, migraine symptoms improve during pregnancy. However, for some, migraines first develop during pregnancy or after menopause.
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Sudden, severe pain, usually on one side of the face, may be a sign of this nerve disorder.