Migraitan 50mg film coated sumatriptan tablets
Migraine Treatment Maximum 2 doses in 24 hours For those previously prescribed sumatriptan
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What is Sumatriptan?
Sumatriptan is a medication used to treat migraine symptoms. If used quickly, it can help alleviate the symptoms before they become severe and many people find it far more effective than traditional painkillers for migraine headaches.
Sumatriptan belongs to a family of medicines called triptans. Triptans are a second-line treatment for migraines. They are used when traditional painkillers (e.g ibuprofen, paracetamol) are not effective at treating your migraine.
How does it work?
The cause of migraines is not well known but it is thought to involve temporary changes in the nerves and blood vessels of the brain. Triptans like sumatriptan seem to work to reverse these temporary changes in the brain. They are thought to work by causing a narrowing of the blood vessels of the brain, which may swell during a migraine.
You can visit the NHS website for information about migraine triggers.
You should take sumatriptan exactly as your doctor has told you.
Sumatriptan works best if taken when you feel the onset of a migraine. It should not be taken before the migraine, during the aura stage. A second tablet may be taken 2-3 hours after your first dose if you have noticed an improvement in your symptoms. You should not take more than 2 tablets in a 24 hour period.
Sumatriptan is available as Sumatriptan 50mg tablets or Sumatriptan 100mg tablets. People who try the 50mg tablets and find them ineffective may find the 100mg dose is more effective. It can begin to relieve migraine symptoms within 30 minutes of taking a dose.
One tablet at the first sign of a migraine.
Narrowing swollen blood vessels.
Up to 76% of users.
Can include facial flushing, nausea, drowsiness, dizziness, tingling.
The mainstay of migraine treatment is pain-killing medications such as Aspirin (Anadin Extra), Paracetamol or Ibuprofen. Sometimes taking painkillers too often can cause medication-overuse headaches. Feeling sick is common in migraine sufferers and anti-sickness medication can be used to relieve those symptoms.
Other medicines such as amitriptyline and propranolol are sometimes used to prevent migraines in people who suffer from them often.
At Simple Online Pharmacy, our doctors are able to prescribe other triptans for migraines:
Imigran (branded version of sumatriptan)
We also offer triptans in the form of nasal sprays and tablets that disperse on the tongue.
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Sumatriptan Side Effects
Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, but not everybody gets them. Some symptoms may be caused by the migraine itself. Please see the patient information leaflet for a full list of these side effects. Some common sumatriptan side effects include: Drowsiness Dizziness Feeling hot or cold Flushing of the face Nausea and vomiting (may be related to the migraine) Tingling or tightness in your face, arms, legs or chest Unusual feelings of heaviness in your arms, face, legs or chest pain If you experience any feelings of tingling, pressure or tightness after taking sumatriptan stop taking it and tell your doctor straight away. These sensations do not usually last for a long time but if they do seek medical attention immediately.
You can read the patient information leaflet for Sumatriptan online, at medicines.org.uk
Warnings and Precautions
Other conditions and Sumatriptan Sumatriptan should not be taken by people by people with the following medical conditions or circumstances: If you have had a heart attack, heart rhythm problems, angina or ischaemic heart disease If you have had a stroke or transient ischaemic attack If you have high blood pressure If you have liver disease If you have fits or seizures If you have circulation problems in your legs (peripheral vascular disease) If you have ever had an allergic reaction to sumatriptan or any of the ingredients You should tell your doctor if you have any of the above.
Check the patient information leaflet for further information. Interactions with other medicines The patient information leaflet contains a full list of medicines that can interact with sumatriptan. Examples include: Antidepressants called MAOIs Other triptans
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