But your migraine isn't textbook. No one's is. That's why we developed a range of useful tools and resources to help you #SpeakYourMigraine in your own voice.
Samantha A. is an actual migraine patient. She has been compensated for her time.
In a recent study, a majority of doctor-and-patient pairs came away from their conversations with a different understanding of what was discussed.2 We want to make doctor-patient communication more effective by helping people find the right words to understand each other.SHARE
In a recent study, 74% of respondents reported that migraine in some way affected their ability to function at work or school. When you consider the ways migraine—and dread of the next attack—can impact you, silence is no longer an option.SHARE
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