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Welcome to MigraineID

Assess your migraine attacks to uncover possible patterns in your symptoms.

About MigraineID

If you’re experiencing frequent headaches, you could be living with chronic migraine. Taking a closer look into your symptoms and experiences will help you and your doctor to find a pattern and assess whether your migraine is chronic. Identifying the type of migraine attacks you experience is an important step in better management of your symptoms.

Living with chronic migraine means having all of the below:

or more headache days
each month1

or more days with
features of migraine1

or more months in
a row1

Keeping track of your symptoms will help your doctor identify your condition and evaluate treatment options and tips to help you manage it more effectively.

How MigraineID works

Through a series of simple questions about your daily life and symptoms, MigraineID is designed to help you and your doctor assess your migraine attacks.

The questionnaire contains 12 questions and should take about five minutes to complete. There are no right or wrong answers – being honest and open will help capture your experience as accurately as possible.

At the end of the questionnaire, you will get a report with your answers that you can discuss with your doctor at your next appointment.

This resource is not intended to provide or replace expert medical advice.

May 2023

1. National Institute of Health and Care Excellence. Migraine: What are the clinical features and diagnostic criteria for migraine? September 2022. Accessed March 2023.

May 2023 | UK-ABBV-230065

This website has been developed and funded by AbbVie and is intended for UK audiences only. This resource is not intended to provide or replace expert medical advice.

MigraineID is based on the ID-CM questionnaire.

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