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Dr. Thalia Farshchian(Naturopathic Doctor)answered(7/26/2012)Hormone imbalance is commonly an underlying cause of migraines. With menopause, estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone become depleted and migraines are just one of the possible symptoms of this process. It is a strong symptom of progesterone deficiency, but the key to hormones is balance.
It is difficult to say whether they will go away or persist, but there are a few ways of repleting hormones for symptom relief including herbs and bio-identical hormones.