Migraine is more than just a bad headache, and it is treatable

It is a common, debilitating disease that can impact patients' daily activities and occurs with other symptoms such as photophobia and/or nausea1

Migraine is the 3rd most prevalent disease and the 1st cause of disability in people under 50 worldwide. In the United States, more than 30 million adults are living with migraine.2-6

In a study of patients who visited at PCP for any reason 29% of all patients had migraine and 37% of women had migraine
In a study out outpatients presenting to the clinic with headache, up to 94% had migraine

* Combines IHS-defined migraine (76%) and probable migraine (18%).8

Migraine is underdiagnosed and undertreated4,9

Based on a survey of people with migraine in the United States10,11

For every 20 people impacted by migraine in the US, 13 see an HCP, 10 are diagnosed, 16 get acute Rx, 3 get preventive Rx

Learn how to quickly and accurately identify patients with migraine

References:

  1. Lipton RB, et al. Neurology. 2003 Aug 12;61(3):375-82
  2. Steiner TJ, Birbeck GL, Jensen RH, Katsarava Z, Stovner LJ, Martelletti P. Headache disorders are third cause of disability worldwide. J Headache Pain. 2015;16:58.
  3. Steiner TJ, Stovner LJ, Vos T, Jensen R, Katsarava Z. Migraine is the first cause of disability in under 50s: will health politicians now take notice? J Headache Pain. 2018;19(1):17.
  4. Lipton RB, Bigal ME, Diamond M, et al; for the AMPP Advisory Group. Migraine prevalence, disease burden, and the need for preventive therapy. Neurology. 2007;68:343-349.
  5. Data on File. Lilly USA, LLC. DOF-GZ-US-0028.
  6. US Census Bureau. Quick facts. https://www.census.gov/quickfacts/fact/table/US/PST045217. Accessed March 18, 2021.
  7. Couch J, Taylor K, Hilliard B. Migraine in the primary care population: prevalence, severity, and disability. Presented at: 45th Annual Scientific Meeting American Headache Society; June 19-22, 2003; Chicago, Illinois.
  8. Tepper SJ, Dahlöf C, Dowson A, et al. Prevalence and diagnosis of migraine in patients consulting their physician with a complaint of headache: data from the landmark study. Headache. 2004;44:856-864.
  9. Diamond S, Bigal ME, Silberstein S, et al. Patterns of diagnosis and acute and preventive treatment for migraine in the United States: results from the American Migraine Prevalence and Prevention study. Headache. 2007;47:355-363.
  10. Ashina S, Nicholson RA, Buse DC, et al. Identifying barriers to care-seeking, diagnosis, and preventive medication among those with migraine: results of the OVERCOME study. Headache. 2020;suppl1:127-128.
  11. Nicholson RA, Hutchinson S, et al. Seeking care, diagnosis, and acute prescription for migraine among those with headache-related disability: results of the OVERCOME study. Headache. 2020;suppl1:132-133.