El Sindrome Pre-Menstrual - SPM

El dolor de cabeza puede ser un síntoma primordial del Síndrome Pre-menstrual (SPM). Existen varios tratamientos para el SPM, debido a que es una condición muy difícil de tratar.

El uso de antiinflamatorios sin esteroides (fármacos usados para tratar la artritis), tartratos de ergotamina, o triptanes es útil para controlar el dolor de cabeza que ocurre antes, durante, o inmediatamente después del periodo (ciclo menstrual). En algunos pacientes, los antidepresivos como la fluoxetina son usados para mejorar los síntomas del Síndrome Pre-Menstrual.

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