Question 1 of 8
I typically have
migraine
attacks/episodes
per month.
Question 2 of 8
I can usually feel symptoms coming on
before the migraine attack/episode starts.
Question 3 of 8
My migraine attack/episode typically lasts up to
Question 4 of 8
On average, it takes me
after the migraine attack/episode 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?
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migraine attack/episode days
migraine-affected days
work, sleep or family time "didn'ts"
treatment days

Based on the migraine attack/episode days per month you provided as a starting point, you may have migraine attack/episode 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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