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    I used to get hormone related migraines, and they did go away once I was in true menopause.

    The problem for me was that I thought I was in menopause when I was hyperthyroid. I was 52 at the time, and all the signs and symptoms were there. EXCEPT those signs and symptoms (night sweats for instance, dwindling periods) were not caused at the time by menopause: they were caused by being hyperthyroid. Once I got my thyroid hormones controlled at normal levels, the signs of menopause went away, and stayed away for several years. And the headaches came back as well.

    Just food for thought. I don’t know if that is your situation, but it most definitely was mine.