Download migraine diaries

A deeper dialogue for diagnosis—Migraine patients are often heavily burdened, and in some cases, surveyed patients report a lapse in their medical care because they feel there is nothing the physician can do.1,2
A migraine diary is a tool that can facilitate and reinforce patient-physician communication.3 Information gained from a migraine diary can help you make an accurate diagnosis.
Use the arrows below to flip between the daily and monthly diaries for viewing, then click the button below to download.
Migraine diary
Patients use this diary to track details of their headaches to help you develop a treatment plan. Details include severity, duration, symptoms, and medication use.

Monthly management diary
Patients use this diary to develop a general overview of their migraines from one month to the next. This can help give a quick view of your patients' progress.
References:
  1. Dueland AN, Leira R, Cabelli ST. The impact of migraine on psychological well-being of young women and their communication with physicians about migraine: a multinational study. Curr Med Res Opin. 2005;21(8):1297-1305.
  2. Lipton RB, Scher AI, Kolodner K, Liberman J, Steiner TJ, Stewart WF. Migraine in the United States: epidemiology and patterns of health care use. Neurology. 2002;58(6):885-894.
  3. D'Amico D, Lanteri-Minet M. Migraine preventive therapy: selection of appropriate patients and general principles of management. Expert Rev Neurother. 2006;6(8):1147-1157.