Around three times more women than men have migraine. This marked difference in prevalence is one of the most well-known features of the illness. Here's what history tells us.
Headache and Migraine
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Women are three times more susceptible to migraine than are men. The difference is so pronounced that men with migraine are at risk for being underdiagnosed and undertreated. Why such a discrepancy?
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