A 29-year-old female asked:
can magnesium help headaches i am on a low estrogen birth control ?
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Neurology 14 years experience
Yes.: Magnesium can be helpful as a migraine preventative medication, reducing the frequency and intensity of migraines. Also be aware that in some women, estrogen-containing birth control pills can cause or worsen migraines.
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