TAKE THE CHRONIC
MIGRAINE QUIZ

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find out how to fight
chronic migraine

Take the Chronic Migraine Quiz. It’s quick! Just 7 questions.

It could help you find the right treatment to take on Chronic Migraine.
Be sure to share the answers with your doctor when you’re done.

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Tell us about yourself…
Have you already been diagnosed with Chronic Migraine?

What medication(s) are you currently taking for your headaches and migraines?

Think back to before you began your current medication(s). How often did you have headaches or migraines?

How often do you have headaches or migraines?

In the last month, how many days did your headaches and migraines impact your daily life? For example, did you have to cancel any plans or miss work?

Do your headaches or migraines typically last longer than 4 hours?

When you have a headache, how often do you have any of the following symptoms: nausea or vomiting, sensitivity to light or sound, seeing “spots,” pain on one side of the head behind the eye or eyeball?

Have you spoken to your doctor about how often you have headaches and migraines and how they affect you?

Thank you for taking the Chronic Migraine Quiz.

Your answers aren’t consistent with Chronic Migraine symptoms. Chronic Migraine is defined as having 15 or more headache days each month, with migraine on at least 8 of those days, and each headache lasting 4 hours or longer.

It’s important to continue to keep track of your headaches and migraines. If you feel like they are becoming more frequent or more severe, you should speak to your doctor as soon as possible to determine the cause and potential treatment plans.

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Congratulations on completing the Chronic Migraine Quiz and taking this important step!

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Talk about the number of headaches and migraines you have and how they affect your life. If your doctor diagnoses you with Chronic Migraine, stand up to it and ask about preventing headaches and migraines before they even start with BOTOX®.

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DID YOU KNOW?

There are 3.3 million people in the United States living with Chronic Migraine.

Medication that you take after a headache begins is called acute medication. Medication you take to help prevent a headache or migraine is called preventive medication.

Chronic Migraine is defined as having 15 or more headache days each month, with migraine on at least 8 of those days, and each headache day lasting 4 hours or longer. Chronic Migraine is more frequent and severe than other types of migraine, like episodic migraine .

Over a 90-day period, people living with Chronic Migraine miss, on average, over 60 days of planned activities.

Migraine headaches, the more debilitating type of headaches, last from 4–72 hours.

Migraines can keep a person from working or other daily activities. At its worst, a migraine can require a trip to the hospital.

Over 500,000 Chronic Migraine patients have been treated with BOTOX® since it received FDA approval in 2010. BOTOX® is the only preventive treatment approved exclusively for Chronic Migraine. If your doctor is not a BOTOX® Specialist, or you’re not sure, you can use the specialist locator at the end of this quiz.

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