The Impact of Migraine on Pregnancy Planning
Previous studies have focused upon the impact of pregnancy on migraine patterns, but there is a large migraine burden on pregnancy planning.
In particular, migraine impacted the pregnancy planning of the young, those with menstrual migraine, chronic migraine and those without children.
Migrainous females avoided pregnancy because they believed their migraine pattern would worsen during pregnancy and make their pregnancy difficult.
Previous observations showed most women have migraine improvements during pregnancy.
The education of migrainous females about the impact of pregnancy on their disease is important.