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Table 1 Migraine subject characteristics. M: male; F: female; B: bilateral; L: left; R: right; OCP: oral contraceptive pill

From: Alterations in pain processing circuitries in episodic migraine

Subject Age Sex Years suffering Pain side Aura Frequency (per month) Intensity (0–5) Medication taken during migraine Daily medication
1 31 F 25 R Y > 3 3–4 paracetamol
2 53 M 15 B N > 3 4 ibuprofen, paracetamol
3 24 F 20 B N > 3 4 ibuprofen, paracetamol OCP, budesonide/formoterol
4 26 F 12 R N 2 3–4 ibuprofen OCP
5 27 F 12 R Y 1 4 ibuprofen OCP
6 23 F 4 R N > 3 4 triptan OCP, metformin hydrochloride
7 25 F 12 L N > 3 3 aspirin, rizatriptan desvenlafaxine
8 21 F 1.5 L N > 3 3 ibuprofen, paracetamol, codeine OCP
9 26 F 1 B N > 3 5 paracetamol OCP
10 29 F 13 R N 1 2.5 ibuprofen zopiclone
11 26 F 5 R N 1 2 aspirin, codeine, ibuprofen OCP
12 23 F 6 R N 1 3–4 ibuprofen OCP
13 23 F 10 B N 0.5–1 4 ibuprofen, codeine OCP
14 46 F 15–20 B N 1 3 sumatriptan
15 41 F 40 B N 2 4 sumatriptan
16 26 M 15 B N > 3 2 TCE, paracetamol, codeine
17 23 M 3–4 B N 0.5–1 3.5 paracetamol, codeine
18 23 M 4–5 B N 0.5–1 4 paracetamol
19 55 F 40 R N 0.5–1 3–4 sumatriptan telmisartan
20 26 M 20 R N 0.5–1 4 metamizole carbamazepine
21 49 F 30 B N 0.5–1 5 rizatriptan, paracetamol
22 27 M 4 B N 0.5–1 4 ibuprofen SSRI
23 28 F 25 R Y 0.25 5 ibuprofen, codeine methylphenidate
24 24 F 13 R Y > 3 5 TCL, paracetamol, codeine
25 19 F 4–5 B N > 3 3 Lexapro, OCP