About the Study
Migraines are a common and debilitating disease. Migraine sufferers experience moderate to severe pain that can be throbbing or pulsing or accompanied by nausea or sensitivity to light or sound. While the most common for of migraine occurs on less than 15 days per month (and referred to as episodic migraines), 3-6% of individuals with episodic migraines evolve to a more disabling condition called chronic migraine where the headaches of any severity occurs on 15 or more days per month and migraines persist on at least 8 days per month. Symptoms of depression are most common among people with chronic migraines.
Baptist Health Center for Clinical Research is currently seeking adults between the ages of 18-70 years old who have suffers from migraines and has major depressive disorder, both for at least 12 months.
The study lasts approximately 6 months with 6 visits to our office.
- Between the ages of 18 -70 years old
- Has had migraines for at least 12 months
- Has had major depressive disorder for at least 12 months.
Your information has been submitted. We will contact you shortly, or please call (501) 224-1348 to inquire about your status.