CHRONIC MIGRAINE FACTS

CHRONIC MIGRAINE IS
A TOUGH OPPONENT
BUT YOU'RE TOUGHER

CHRONIC MIGRAINE FACTS

CHRONIC MIGRAINE
IS A TOUGH
OPPONENT BUT
YOU'RE TOUGHER
3.3 million Americans have

chronic migraine

Chronic Migraine means living with 15 or more headache and migraine days per month. That's different than living with them every once in a while—or episodic migraine.
THE DIFFERENCE MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE
IS:
What Chronic Migraine
  • 15 or more headache days per month (at least 8 of which are associated with migraine)
  • Each headache day lasts 4 or more hours
  • Severe pain
ISN’T:
What Chronic Migraine
  • 14 or fewer headache days per month (some are migraine days)
  • Headaches don’t last as long
  • Less severe pain
Hear from a BOTOX® Specialist:

Over the years, headaches and migraines get more frequent and more severe until it reaches the point where that person has Chronic Migraine.

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Video transcript
A BOTOX® Specialist discusses:

Preventive treatments like BOTOX®... prevent headache days before they even start.

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Video transcript
Why treat Chronic
Migraine with a

preventive treatment like BOTOX®?

BOTOX® prevents headaches and migraines before they even start
On average 8 to 9 headache days and migraine/probable migraine days a month (vs 6 to 7 for placebo)
BOTOX® is proven for Chronic Migraine for almost 10 years*
BOTOX® is the #1 prescribed branded Chronic Migraine treatment
The majority of costs are covered by most insurance plans—with most people enrolled in the BOTOX® Savings Program paying $0
With BOTOX®, it’s just 4 treatments a year§ that take about 15 minutes each
3.3 million BOTOX® treatments have been given to over 500,000 people with Chronic Migraine**

*FDA approved, 2010.

Data on File, October 2010–April 2019.

Restrictions and maximum savings limits apply. Offer not valid for patients enrolled in Medicare, Medicaid, or other federal or state healthcare programs. Please see full Terms and Conditions below.

§Starts with two treatments 12 weeks apart, then 1 treatment every 12 weeks thereafter (or as recommended by your doctor).

**Since FDA approval in 2010.

chronic migraine means

half your month

is spent with
headaches and migraines

headache days
a month
headache days associated with
migraine
hours of headaches (On headache days)

CHRONIC MIGRAINE
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