Talking to your doctor is an important step toward finding a treatment that's right for you.

Only your doctor or a specialist with experience in diagnosing and treating headache disorders can help you find ways to manage your headaches and migraine.

Get a conversation started about your condition by completing the tools listed below and sharing the results with your doctor. With information from these tools, together you can more accurately determine whether you have Chronic Migraine and the best course of treatment, which may include preventative and acute medications.

The Identifying Chronic Migraine (ID-CM) Screener

Developed by a team of headache experts, the ID-CM Screener is a questionnaire designed to help your doctor assess if you have Chronic Migraine and if so, recommend treatment accordingly.

Take the ID-CM Screener

While the results of this Screener may indicate if you have Chronic Migraine, they do not replace a diagnosis from a qualified healthcare professional. It's very important to discuss the results with your doctor.

The Headache Diary

A headache diary provides your doctor with important information about your condition, including the number and severity of your headaches, your migraine triggers, and the type and amount of over-the-counter or prescription medications you're taking.

To begin tracking your headaches, download the diary and complete it every day, as accurately as possible. Be sure to note every headache, no matter how mild, and share the details with your doctor.

Download the Headache Diary

Treatment Discussion Guide

The Treatment Discussion Guide can help your doctor better understand your experience with headache and migraine treatments, including over-the-counter and prescription medications, as well as natural health products.

Complete the Treatment Discussion Guide

Specialist Locator

A specialist with expertise in diagnosing and treating headache disorders can help find ways to manage your headaches and migraine. Please note that you'll need a referral from your family doctor to see a specialist.

Find a Specialist

To learn about Chronic Migraine, explore Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).