What are the symptoms of headaches in the menopause transition?

Headaches cause pain in the head, face, or upper neck, and can vary in frequency and intensity. They are classified as either primary or secondary headaches. Primary headaches are caused by the activity of or issues with pain-sensitive structures within your head. Migraine and tension headaches are examples of primary headaches. Secondary headaches are a symptom of another issue or condition, such as an infection, stress, concussion, or just drinking too much the night before. [1]

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