Most migraine suffers are women and due to menstruation and heavy menses can predispose women to migraine headaches. The best solution is to supplement an individual’s iron intake. The typical ways to increase iron intake are to: Increase the amount of red meat in your diet, increase the amount of green leafy vegetables in your diet such as spinach or kale. An individual can also take an over the counter iron supplement such as Feosol or Slow Fe. Unfortunately iron supplementation can lead to constipation. The simple solution to this is to take a stool softener such as Colace or to change your iron supplement to Ferrosequels which contains the stool softer. For better absorption of the iron supplement you can also take a Vitamin C supplement of 500mg. There also prescription supplements that can be prescribed such as Nufera or Corvite- Fe.