Migraine Occurrence and Treatment in Obstetrics and Gynecology

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Nageena Nargis, Dr. Ayesha Farhat, Sughra Tehseen, Nazia Shuaib


Aim:Headaches are the third most common condition and the seventh leading cause globally. Migraines can have a variety of root causes; disease can occur as a side effect of hormone medication or as a solitary illness even throughout menstrual cycle or pregnancy, having varying intensity in addition frequency. Furthermore, professionals must be completely fully aware of the consequences as well as well-versed in alternative approaches.

Methods:A comprehensive assessment of occurrence, signs, treatment choices, also problems amongst females suffering from migraine in gynecological and obstetrical situations was carried out. The role of headaches as the marker in antenatal care also contraceptive methods diagnosis was been studied.

Results:The prevalence of megrims in gynecological in addition obstetrical patients, as well as contraceptive users, was 12.8-13.6 percent, 10-39.6 percent, and 17.8-558 percent, respectively. Women who have used combination hormonal contraception and suffer from migraines have a six-fold higher incidence. Four research including 2,568 patients advocated combining triptans with a progesterone-only tablet. When opposed to combination hormonal contraceptives, deforester 75mcg/day was proven to lower the intensity of migraines.

Conclusion:Migraines are common in gynecology and obstetrics. To classifyfemaleshavingsick headache and successfully manage them, health care practitioners must incorporate screening tests while obtaining a history. Any women suffering from migraines must be properly monitored and treated in order to reduce hazard of cerebrovascular accidents and unfavorable pregnancy results. Females suffering from migraines should evade combination contraceptive pills and instead take progesterone-only tablets.

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Nageena Nargis, Dr. Ayesha Farhat, Sughra Tehseen, Nazia Shuaib. (2022). Migraine Occurrence and Treatment in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 26(01), 1511–1515. Retrieved from https://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/11057