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Migraines in Men: Why Men Should Seek Medical Help With Migraines

Migraines in Men

Are more women than men afflicted with migraine headaches, or do more men typically avoid seeking medical help for their headache? Fact is, we may never know. Statistics show that about three times as many women get regular migraine attacks compared to their male counterparts. But, there is also ongoing evidence that men tend not to seek advice from the medical profession about their condition and remain undiagnosed. This is not uncommon in men, who statistically...

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