Menstruation And Vestibular Migraine

A type of hormonal headache called a menstrual migraine happens just before or during your period. Progesterone and oestrogen levels fall just before the commencement of your period, which is why they happen. A vestibular migraine, a neurological system problem, can cause persistent dizziness (or vertigo) in those who have a history of migraine symptoms. You might not always feel pain, as with ordinary migraines. There are several names for this kind of problem. In addition, your doctor might identify migraine-related vestibulopathy, migraine-associated vertigo, or migraine-related vertigo as your condition.

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