Types of migraine clinical trials to treat the ailment better
Migraine is just not the regular headache that one may suffer due to cold or blocked nose. Migraine itself is a medical condition where the headache is the primary focus and the related signs are confirmatory focus to label it as Migraine.
- Unbearable pain affecting only 1 side of the head.
- Biliousness, Nausea and diarrhea along with the headache.
- Shocking sensitivity to light, any particular smell or sound.
- Blind spots, inaccurate visions, broken lights or irrelevant patters
- Vertigo and faintness
When a person undergoes excruciating headache, along with all or either of the above signs, it is a migraine.
In each of the migraine clinical trial, the objective is to evaluate a particular therapeutic method or a new drug or a different technique on a particular person, with migraine, to see how the person rejoins, behaves and reacts to the evaluations done on him.
Phases of a clinical trail
- Pilot Phase- This is essentially done on a very small number of patients and is often known as the set mark to involve larger amount of people to study their reaction and patterns to the already proven drug, process of technique. This is a phase that sets the basic requirement as to what else can help the trail look and function better in medical perspective.
- Repeat Trails- This particular phase involves the best taken methods from the pilot trails batch and application in this trail is completely based on the learning from the first trail along with some more advanced approach for the ongoing phase.
- Observational trails- This involves a group of people for a long time and this kind of trail only observes how a person is behaving on the same drug over an extended period of time.
Being a part of migraine clinical trial is beneficial and often there has been a remarkable improvement by applying the medicines available in the trail.