Girls With Early Puberty May Get Migraine:- Girls who attain early puberty may get a chance to develop migraine headaches told researchers. When the menstrual period starts in girls, the chances and prevalence come up as per the study said Vincent Martin, a researcher. As per the study, over 10% of the school-age children are suffering from migraine. As adolescence approaches, migraine increases rapidly in girls by the age of 17.
The study said that 23% of the girls and 8% of the boys experience migraine. Girls enrolled in the study at age 8-10 were examined during study visit every six to 12 months. Of those surveyed, 85 girls (11 percent) were diagnosed with migraine headache while 53 (7%) had a probable migraine and 623 (82%) had no migraine. Previous research suggested that migraine often starts with the onset of menstrual cycles during menarche in adolescent girls.