Skip to main content

Table 1 Participant Profile in Demographics and Pain-related Items

From: Migraine-Specific Quality of Life Questionnaire Chinese version 2.1 (MSQv2.1-C): psychometric evaluation in patients with migraine

Variables All Participants (n = 174)
Age, mean (SD), y 38.5 (11.8)
 20–30, No. (%) 49 (28)
 31–40, No. (%) 57 (33)
 41–50, No. (%) 35 (20)
 51–60, No. (%) 26 (15)
 60–65, No. (%) 6 (3)
 Missing (refuse to provide) 1 (1)
Female, No. (%) 152 (87)
Body mass index, mean (SD) 22.6 (3.9)
 Range 15.0–40.1
Education, No. (%)
 High school or below 32 (18)
 College 115 (66)
 Graduate school 27 (16)
Marriage status, No. (%)
 Unmarried 75 (43)
 Married 92 (53)
 Ever married 7 (4)
Family income, New Taiwan Dollars
 Below 19,999, No. (%) 12 (7)
 20,000-59,999, No. (%) 71 (41)
 60,000-99,999, No. (%) 48 (28)
 Above 100,000, No. (%) 37 (21)
 Missing (refuse to provide), No. (%) 6 (3)
Migraine with aura, No. (%) 52 (30)
Average pain intensity, mean (SD) 5.5 (2.1)
 Mild (1–4), No. (%) 55 (32)
 Moderate (5, 6), No. (%) 59 (34)
 Severe (7–10), No. (%) 60 (34)
Worst pain intensity, mean (SD) 6.3 (2.1)
 Mild (1–4), No. (%) 33 (20)
 Moderate (5, 6), No. (%) 47 (28)
 Severe (7–10), No. (%) 85 (52)
Disability (MIDAS), mean (SD) 16.0 (33.3)
 Minimal or infrequent (0–5), No. (%) 84 (48)
 Mild (6–10), No. (%) 32 (18)
 Moderate (11–20), No. (%) 27 (16)
 Severe (21 or above), No. (%) 31 (18)
  1. Abbreviation: MIDAS migraine disability assessment scale