Migraines Affect Sexual Life of Sufferers
[w]omen who suffered from migraines reported a greater degree of pain during intercourse, a higher frequency of fear of sexual intercourse and penetration and lower levels of satisfaction after intercourse than the other women.
Furthermore, pain levels during sexual activity were related to the severity of a woman's migraine headaches.
Readers, how, if at all, do migraines affect your sex life?
* Hat tip to Help My Hurt, where I first read about this study.
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Content by Diana E. Lee.