Migraine Headaches and Hormone Imbalance

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Migraines causes by low testosterone can be treated with bioidentical hormones.

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On episode 33 of the BioBalance Healthcast we talk about the type of migraine headaches that are caused by hormonal imbalance. Brett Newcomb and I discuss the symptoms and treatment of this type of migraine with subcutaneous bioidentical hormone pellets.

I started getting migraines at age 36 and they continued getting worse until I had my ovaries removed at age 47. I thought my headaches would go away after that surgery, but they didn’t—it made them worse. I finally got relief from my migraines after I began getting bioidentical testosterone pellets. Since then I haven’t had a migraine headache. It’s a miracle!

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