Patients with migraine attending a specialist clinic often have more than one type of headache. One hundred and two patients attending the City of London Migraine Clinic for the first time were asked: “What type(s) of headache do you think you have?” A separate diagnosis was made by the doctor, who was blinded to the self-diagnosis. On clinic diagnosis, 27 (26.5%) patients were found to have migraine plus an additional non-migraine headache. When compared with the self-diagnosis, 15 (56%) of these had correctly self-diagnosed two types of headache. Many migraineurs can distinguish migraine from non-migraine headaches when they have both.