Migraines, like other chronic illnesses, can put a real damper on intimacy.
To keep the spark alive, couples may need to strengthen other parts of their relationship.
"[Chronic] migraine can create strain, and if unspoken, create distance," says Rodney Shapiro, PhD, a family therapist and psychiatry professor in San Francisco. The person who doesn't suffer from migraines may stop wanting to have sex after a while, he says,
Knowing your migraine triggers -- such as certain foods, smells, barometric...