About The Registry
About The Registry
What is the Migraine Pregnancy Registry?
Eli Lilly and Company has created this registry to learn more about the experiences of pregnant people who have taken migraine medicines (including Lilly medicines) during pregnancy. We designed this registry to help pregnant people and their Healthcare Providers better understand the benefits and risks of migraine treatment during pregnancy.
Who can participate in the Migraine Pregnancy Registry?
People who are or were recently pregnant and having migraines may participate in the registry.
What do I have to do to participate in the registry?
- Once you have provided consent, we will contact your Healthcare Provider.
- You do not have to do anything else other than let us know if you change Healthcare Providers.
- Your Healthcare Provider will provide the registry with information about your pregnancy and your baby’s first year.
What information does the registry collect?
When you enroll/register:
- Information about you such as age, race, and gender
- Important medical information including all pregnancies
- Your own and your partner’s family medical history, and medicines you have taken
During pregnancy follow-ups:
- Updates to pregnancy information
- Medicines you take during pregnancy
- Information about your baby’s birth, including birthweight and health
- Infant growth and development, including physical exam results at 2, 4, 6, 9, and 12 months
What will the registry do with my information?
The information you provide will be entered into a database using a unique registry identification number to protect your privacy. Information that identifies you and your baby will never be entered into the database or shared with anyone not involved with this registry.
I’m interested. How do I enroll?
Contact us to let us know you would like to enroll.
- Agree to participate in the registry.
- Provide your Healthcare Provider(s)’ contact information. The registry will reach out to your Healthcare Provider(s) to confirm that you have enrolled.
- Sign release forms to allow your Healthcare Providers to provide ongoing information about your pregnancy and its outcome.
Other important information
- No medicines of any kind will be provided to you by this registry.
- We will never ask you to change anything about your current medical care.