How Women's Migraines Differ from Men's
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Migraine headaches are more common in women than in men—about 17 percent of women will have migraine. Women's health expert Kirtly Jones, MD, distinguishes between women's migraines and men's migraines. Dr. Jones also provides tips for dealing with the pain that comes from what can be a debilitating condition for some patients with migraines.