Combined oral contraceptives and progestogen-only pills can help improve a woman's headaches and migraines but also worsen them. It depends on each woman and the type of hormone in the pill. Studies, however, suggest that the lowest dose pills (those containing 20 micrograms of estrogen) are the most suitable for women who suffer from migraine regularly.
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