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Table 2 Summary of self-reported migraine and ICHD-II classified migraine

From: Agreement of self-reported physician diagnosis of migraine with international classification of headache disorders-II migraine diagnostic criteria in a cross-sectional study of pregnant women

Characteristics Self-reported migraine
Yes No
(N = 103) (N = 395)
ICHD-II Diagnostic Criteria: Migraine
  No 19 (18.5) 331 (83.8)
  Yes 84 (81.6) 64 (16.2)
   ICHD-II criteria migraine (probable) 19 (18.5) 29 (7.3)
   ICHD-II criteria migraine (definitive) 65 (63.1) 35 (8.9)
Lifetime number of headache/migraine attacks ≥5 (criterion A) 95 (92.2) 94 (23.8)
Attacks lasting 4–72 hours (criterion B) 80 (77.7) 73 (18.5)
Unilateral headache location (criterion C1) 59 (57.3) 43 (10.9)
Pulsating pain quality (criterion C2) 62 (60.2) 60 (15.2)
Moderate or severe pain intensity (criterion C3) 95 (92.2) 101 (25.6)
Aggravation by routine physical activity (criterion C4) 72 (69.9) 70 (17.7)
Nausea and/or vomiting (criterion D1) 80 (77.7) 64 (16.2)
Photophobia 91 (88.4) 90 (22.8)
Phonophobia 86 (83.5) 79 (20.0)
Photo- and phonophobia (criterion D2) 82 (79.6) 66 (16.7)
  1. 2 subjects missing self-reported migraine information.
  2. Data in number (%).
  3. ICHD-II, International Classification of Headache Disorders, version 2 (ICHD-II).