Objectives: Migraine is a common brain disorder with high disability rates which involves a series of abnormal physiologic networks, interacting at different levels of the central and peripheral nervous system. In this study, we aimed to investigate the effect of migraine on sexuel functions in women. Methods: Patients with migraine without aura in accordance with the criteria of International Headache Society who filled in information forms to confirm to participate in our study were taken in at the Algology and Neurosurgery Polyclinic of our hospital. Results: Migraine treatment approaches can also be applied on patients whose sexual functions are affected. A development, even a small one, in patients’ quality of life can be achieved. Conclusion: Migraine can affect an important part of people’s lives with pains and the direct and indirect results of pain. Keywords: Migraine, sexual disorder, quality of life
Corresponding Author: Tire Y.