Pregnancy migraines may spell trouble

Women who have migraines during pregnancy are 15 times more likely to suffer a stroke, twice as likely to have heart disease and three times more likely to have blood clots than other women.

The researchers also found women 35 years and older are more likely to have migraines during pregnancy.

The study is published in this week's issue of BMJ.


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