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New survey finds women who suffer from migraines want a better understanding of migraine triggers
Date:11/13/2012

come better informed about their triggers and symptoms."

"I encourage all my patients who suffer from migraines to download the My Migraine Triggers™ app," says Lenox Hill Hospital internist and migraine sufferer Keri Peterson, MD. "I was shocked to learn that less than half (45%) of female migraine sufferers surveyed regularly share migraine trigger information with their physician.  The new My Migraine Triggers™ app has a great feature which enables my patients to send me data about their migraines before they even walk into my office, allowing me to create a better treatment plan."

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The first non-prescription medicine approved by the FDA to treat all the symptoms of a migraine including, pain, nausea and sensitivity to light and/or sound. Excedrin® Migraine is the #1 Neurologist recommended over-the-counter brand for migraine relief.

About the Survey
This research was conducted between September 7 and September 13, 2012 via an online survey of 1,000 women in the U.S.  To qualify for this survey, respondents had to indicate that they experience migraine headaches at least four to six times per year and have a smartphone or tablet device.

KRC Research is a full service market research firm.  The organization offers global quantitative and qualitative market research solutions that use proven methodologies, proper sampling techniques, and pull from over 30 years of experience interpreting consumer feedback. 

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