Changes in hormone levels are a potent trigger for migraine attacks but only less 10% of suffers are classified as having “menstrual migraine”. This can mean that any woman who suffers with migraine has the potential to have an attack around menstruation or at other points in the cycle where hormone levels fluctuate.
Triggers can be internal or external and are essentially any change or event which causes a migraine to occur.
So you’ve established you suffer with migraine. So what do you do?