Migraine Majority

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We understand that many migraine sufferers feel isolated and, at times, it may feel like no one understands what they are going through. To offer everyone the chance to participate, we bring you the Migraine Majority!

The Migraine Majority is an ever-growing series of interactive poll questions that you will see throughout the site. In fact, most pages on migraine.com have an interactive poll that is related to the topic on the page. Once you answer the poll question, you may see how others have answered the same question so you may get a sense of how others experience compare to yours. If you’re not comfortable answering the question, you may just click to see the results without voting. The results will also display how many people have answered the question. You do not need to register to migraine.com to answer polls or to see results.

For your convenience, we have gathered all these polls into this, the Migraine Majority section. In this section, you will find all the current and past polls in one place for your review. So take a look around and see how migraine is impacting the lives of others.

If you have a suggestion for a future poll, send us an email now: contact (at) migraine.com

Have you found ways to cope with holiday and winter related stress?
 
No (50% | 5 Votes)
 
Yes (50% | 5 Votes)
10 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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Have you reached acceptance that migraine has changed your life?
 
Yes (88% | 462 Votes)
 
No (7% | 37 Votes)
 
I am unsure (3% | 14 Votes)
 
I have not thought about it (2% | 11 Votes)
524 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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Do you feel pressure or guilt when visiting with family?
 
Frequently (32% | 97 Votes)
 
Always (31% | 93 Votes)
 
Occasionally (22% | 66 Votes)
 
Rarely (8% | 25 Votes)
 
Never (7% | 22 Votes)
303 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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As the holidays approach, do you experience more migraines and symptoms?
 
Almost always (59% | 215 Votes)
 
Occasionally (24% | 86 Votes)
 
Unsure (8% | 30 Votes)
 
No (7% | 24 Votes)
 
Seldom (2% | 8 Votes)
363 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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Has this election season caused an increase in your migraines?
 
No (44% | 149 Votes)
 
Yes (43% | 146 Votes)
 
I am not sure (13% | 45 Votes)
340 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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Do you experience an anxiety disorder?
 
Yes, I currently do (59% | 252 Votes)
 
No, I never have (21% | 89 Votes)
 
I am not sure (11% | 45 Votes)
 
Yes, but I no longer do (9% | 39 Votes)
425 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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What would motivate you to participate in the clinical trial design process most? (select up to 4)
 
To improve the quality of medical care for others in the future (68% | 28 Votes)
 
To help researchers understand what it’s like to live with migraines (63% | 26 Votes)
 
To improve the quality of my own medical care (59% | 24 Votes)
 
To ensure the goals of the study align with patient goals (56% | 23 Votes)
 
To help further science and medicine/feel like I was helping others (51% | 21 Votes)
 
To network with other medical professionals and patients (17% | 7 Votes)
 
To receive compensation for my time and input (10% | 4 Votes)
 
I'm not interested in participating (7% | 3 Votes)
 
Because my doctor/healthcare professional suggested it (2% | 1 Votes)
 
To learn more about clinical trials/medicine in general (2% | 1 Votes)
138 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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How interested are you in participating in the clinical trial design process?
 
Very interested (41% | 18 Votes)
 
Interested (32% | 14 Votes)
 
Neutral (14% | 6 Votes)
 
Not very interested (7% | 3 Votes)
 
Not at all interested (6% | 3 Votes)
44 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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Which parts of the clinical trial design process do you think patients should be most involved in, if any? (select up to 4)
 
Identifying and addressing potential challenges faced by patients in the study (78% | 35 Votes)
 
Identifying research priorities/goals (42% | 19 Votes)
 
Determining the timing, frequency, location, and length of office visits (40% | 18 Votes)
 
Creating patient communications such as background and educational information and study results (verbal/handouts/presentations) (40% | 18 Votes)
 
Sharing results with the medical community and other patients (27% | 12 Votes)
 
Defining eligibility and exclusion criteria (identifying criteria outlining the types of patients who can and cannot participate in a study) (27% | 12 Votes)
 
The recruitment process (identifying where and how to recruit patients) (24% | 11 Votes)
 
Writing the consent form language (a form that is signed to agree to participate in a study) (18% | 8 Votes)
 
I do not think patients should be involved in the clinical design process (9% | 4 Votes)
137 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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Would knowing that patients were involved in the design and review of a clinical trial affect your likelihood to participate?
 
I would be more interested (41% | 20 Votes)
 
It would not affect my interest level (33% | 16 Votes)
 
I would be much more interested (20% | 10 Votes)
 
I would be less interested (4% | 2 Votes)
 
I would be much less interested (2% | 1 Votes)
49 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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Do you think patients should be involved in the design, planning and review of clinical trials? (For instance, providing input on study goals, number of office visits, types/frequency of tests, etc)
 
Agree (48% | 23 Votes)
 
Strongly Agree (29% | 14 Votes)
 
Neutral (13% | 6 Votes)
 
Disagree (6% | 3 Votes)
 
Strongly Disagree (4% | 2 Votes)
48 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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What would (or has) motivated you to participate in a clinical trial most? (select up to 4)
 
I might benefit from the treatment(s) being studied (92% | 46 Votes)
 
Others will benefit from the study of the treatment(s) being studied (72% | 36 Votes)
 
I have already tried everything and have no other options (52% | 26 Votes)
 
It is the only way for me to get access to the treatment(s) being tested (46% | 23 Votes)
 
I feel like the doctors would pay more attention to helping me treat my condition (34% | 17 Votes)
 
It is a way for me to get care that I could not normally afford (16% | 8 Votes)
 
My doctor/healthcare professional suggested it (16% | 8 Votes)
 
It is the only way for me to access expert physicians (12% | 6 Votes)
 
I am not interested in participating in clinical trials (0% | 0 Votes)
170 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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Have you participated in a clinical trial?
 
No (74% | 39 Votes)
 
Yes (25% | 13 Votes)
 
I'm not sure (1% | 1 Votes)
53 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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Do you seek comfort in any Halloween sweet treats?
 
Sometimes (30% | 85 Votes)
 
Never (26% | 75 Votes)
 
Often (22% | 64 Votes)
 
Seldom (22% | 62 Votes)
286 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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Do you have an emergency migraine kit?
 
Yes (40% | 182 Votes)
 
What is that? (36% | 161 Votes)
 
No (24% | 109 Votes)
452 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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Have you gone to the emergency room for a migraine attack?
 
Yes (72% | 390 Votes)
 
No (28% | 152 Votes)
542 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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Have you been able to identify all of your migraine triggers?
 
No (65% | 328 Votes)
 
Yes (21% | 105 Votes)
 
I am not sure (14% | 73 Votes)
506 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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Do you experience sensory overload symptoms?
 
Frequently (49% | 331 Votes)
 
Always (28% | 187 Votes)
 
Occasionally (15% | 101 Votes)
 
What is that? (5% | 35 Votes)
 
Rarely (3% | 19 Votes)
 
Never (0% | 6 Votes)
679 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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Have you made/requested workplace accommodations?
 
Yes (49% | 156 Votes)
 
No (39% | 126 Votes)
 
What is that? (12% | 39 Votes)
321 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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Have you tried to eliminate certain foods to identify possible triggers?
 
Yes (89% | 376 Votes)
 
No (11% | 45 Votes)
421 total votes. Thanks for voting.
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