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“The evidence for an association between migraine and breast cancer risk is inconclusive,” noted Anke C. Winter, MD, of Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, and colleagues. Nevertheless, further studies are needed to assess the impact of NSAID use on the relationship between migraine and breast cancer. The primary motivation for considering a potential link between migraine and breast cancer is that both diseases are hormonally related. The study’s aim was to investigate if there is a reduced frequency of migraine in women who develop breast cancer (and therefore if the presence of migraine is linked to a reduced risk of breast cancer).
Frequency of migraine changes at different times of a woman's reproductive cycle because of fluctuation of estrogen levels. Breast breast cancer migraine link
has also a link with hormonal changes. Given this fact that both migraine and breast cancer are affected by estrogen, the prevalence of migraine may be different in breast cancer patients compared to the normal population. In this case—control study, two groups of women with and without breast cancer were compared regarding the prevalence of migraine. Each group consisted of breast cancer migraine link.
Type of headache, type and receptor status of breast cancer, as well as history of taking hormonal medications was recorded.