Female hormones and migraine headaches are linked. That's one of the reasons why women are three times more likely to get migraines than men.
For many women, menopause brings a welcome end to these headaches. But the hormonal changes leading up to menopause can sometimes make things worse before they get better.
Still, no matter when in life you have migraines, the right treatment can help prevent the headaches or make the pain go away.