Your Migraine Doctor-Visit Prep Toolbox

To help you have a more meaningful and productive doctor visit, here are tools, trackers, and tips to help you prepare for your next appointment. Recording migraine symptoms, frequency and other aspects of your condition will make it easier for you to ask smart questions during your visit and help you develop a stronger partnership with your healthcare providers to better manage your condition.

Doctor Discussion Guide

Preparing for your next appointment will ensure you have a better, more productive conversation with your doctor. Use this handy guide to record your symptoms, note any significant changes, and share information with your doctor.


Download the HealthCentral Migraine Doctor Discussion Guide.

Migraine Tracker

Carefully recording your Migraine symptoms over time can help you and your doctor detect patterns in your condition. By using this Migraine Tracker, can help you can identify trends, zero in on triggers and help you take charge of your condition. Sharing and discussing this information with your doctor will help the two of you make informed decisions about your future treatment.


Download the HealthCentral Migraine Tracker.

Migraine Triggers Guide

Knowing your triggers and avoiding them can reduce the frequency and severity of your attacks and improve your overall quality of life. Triggers vary from one person to the next. Here are some common migraine triggers to look out for.


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Medication Tracker

Keeping an up-to-date record of your medications gives you and your doctor valuable insight into what’s working and what may not be. Tracking the drugs you’re taking helps reduce medication risks and may help you avoid side effects and drug allergies.


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Sleep Journal

Since poor sleep can lead to more frequent and severe migraine, recording your sleep habits over time can help you and your doctor detect if there is a connection. Using this sleep journal, and being as detailed as possible, you can identify trends, zero in on wake factors and to help you take charge of your condition. Share this information with your doctor so you may make informed decisions about your future treatment together.