8 out of 10 migraine sufferers may not be on migraine-specific treatment.*

How well is your migraine medicine working for you?

1.
Are you able to return quickly to normal activities, such as work and a social life, after taking your migraine medicine?
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2.
Does your migraine medicine usually relieve your pain within 2 hours?
Yes
No
3.
Does 1 dose usually relieve your migraine for at least 24 hours?
Yes
No
4.
Is your migraine medicine well tolerated?
Yes
No
5.
Are you comfortable enough with your migraine medicine to be able to plan your daily activities?
Yes
No

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*According to the AMPP longitudinal study evaluating 9494 patients taking medication for episodic migraine. For episodic migraine, specific treatment was used by 19.2% of patients (triptans 18.7%; compounds with ergotamine 0.5%). Bigal ME, Borucho S, Serrano D, Lipton RB. The acute treatment of episodic and chronic migraine in the USA. Cephalalgia. 2009;29:891-897.

Adapted from Lipton RB et al. Validity and reliability of the Migraine-Treatment Optimization Questionnaire. Cephalalgia. 2009;29:751-759.

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