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Use of Combined Hormonal Contraceptives Among Women With Migraines and Risk of Ischemic Stroke

Curtis, Kathryn M., Marchbanks, Polly A., Tepper, Naomi K., Jamieson, Denise J., Whiteman, Maura K., Champaloux, Steven W., Monsour, Michael
(Abstracted from Am J Obstet Gynecol 2017;216:489.e1–489.e7) Migraine headaches occur commonly in women; more than 40% will have a migraine during their lifetime. Women of reproductive age who experience migraine, especially those with aura are at increased risk of ischemic stroke.
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