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Does the pattern of migraines remain same, or does it change over time?

Migraine headaches typically fluctuate over time. Overall they tend to increase with time, but also may be affected by the environment and conditions like pregnancy or use of oral contraceptives. They also tend to get better in women after menopause, while during menopause, they may worsen due to the fluctuations of sex hormones.

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