MIGRAINE
IMPACT
ASSESSMENT

How many days does
migraine take from you?

There are 365 days in a year. But when you have migraine, those days can be interrupted, or wiped out completely.

Answer a few simple questions to see the day-to-day impact migraine is having on your life, and in less than two minutes you’ll have the information you can share with your doctor, family and friends.

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This tool is intended for adults who are affected by migraine.

Disclaimer: The information in this tool is for educational purposes only. It is not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of disease.

Question 1 of 8

I TYPICALLY HAVE MIGRAINE ATTACKS
PER MONTH.

Question 2 of 8

I CAN USUALLY FEEL SYMPTOMS COMING ON
BEFORE THE ATTACK STARTS.

Question 3 of 8

MY MIGRAINE ATTACK TYPICALLY LASTS UP TO

Question 4 of 8

ON AVERAGE IT TAKES ME
after the migraine ATTACK ends to start feeling like myself again.

Question 5 of 8

HOW MANY “DIDN’TS”— missing out on things BECAUSE OF MIGRAINE - DO YOU HAVE IN A GIVEN MONTH?

Question 6 of 8

During your “didn'ts,” what are some of the things you tend to avoid?

Question 7 of 8

take medication at the onset of my migraine symptoms.

Question 8 of 8

HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR OVERALL ATTITUDE TOWARD MIGRAINE?
30-DAY VIEW

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CALCULATING

Migraine pain days
Migraine-affected days
Work, sleep or family time “didn’ts”
Treatment days

Based on the migraine pain days per month you provided as a starting point, you could have + migraine pain days, + migraine-affected days and + work, sleep or family time “didn’ts” in a year. You may lose even more time if your migraine attacks become more frequent or severe.

Your attitude toward migraine:

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360-DAY VIEW

swatch-green MIGRAINE-AFFECTED DAYS  didn't DIDN'TS

Don’t let migraine keep taking days away from you. You may use this information to start a new conversation with your doctor.

You can even show your family, friends, and co-workers to help them understand the full impact migraine has on your life. It’s time.

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