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Migraines are real and relentless. Whether they’re accompanied by nausea, an upset stomach, sensitivity to light and sound (or all three), they can be debilitating and beyond frustrating.
  • Rizatriptan (Maxalt) – reduces substances in the body that may trigger headache pain, nausea, sensitivity to light
  • Zolmitriptan (Zomig) – treats acute migraines
  • Sumatriptan (Imitrex) – relieves migraine pain and other symptoms

Migraines

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Treatment options

Rizatriptan (Maxalt)

What it’s for: Rizatriptan, also known as Maxalt or Maxalt RPD is a medication used to treat migraine headaches. It is part of a class of anti-migraine medications called 5-HT1 agonists, or also known as triptans.

How to use: Rizatriptan comes as a tablet or a quick dissolving film. Both work quickly to relieve the pain of migraine headaches. If the first dose does not provide relief, a second dose can be used 2 hours later.

How it works: Rizatriptan works by decreasing the size of blood vessels reducing pain transmission to relieve migraines.

Zolmitriptan (Zomig)

What it’s for: Zolmitritan also known as Zomig is a medication used to treat migraine headaches. It is part of a class of antimigraine medications called 5-HT1 agonists, or also known as triptans.

How to use: Zolmitriptan comes as a tablet, a rapidly dissolving tablet, and a nasal spray. All three are short acting and work quickly to relieve the pain of migraine headaches. If the first dose does not provide relief, a second dose can be used 2 hours later.

How it works: Zolmitriptan works by decreasing the size of blood vessels reducing pain transmission to relieve migraines.

Sumatriptan (Imitrex)

What it’s for: Sumitriptan, also known as Imitrex and Imitrex DF is a medication used to treat migraine headaches. It is part of a class of antimigraine medications called 5-HT1 agonists, or also known as triptans.

How to use: Sumatriptan comes as a tablet and a nasal spray. All three are short acting and work quickly to relieve the pain of migraine headaches. If the first dose does not provide relief, a second dose can be used 2 hours later.

How it works: Sumatriptan works by decreasing the size of blood vessels reducing pain transmission to relieve migraines.


It is recommended to try any triptan medication. However, if a medication is not providing complete relief, switching to a different triptan may help achieve relief of migraine headaches.

Important Safety Information

Important Safety Information

Migraines

What are migraines?
Migraines are a headache disorder characterized by common, recurrent and severe headaches that interfere with function. Migraines can be with or without an “aura”. An aura are symptoms that precede or accompany a headache including flashes of light or “strobing”, scintillations, or partial loss of vision. Migraines can also be accompanied by symptoms of photo- and phonophobia (light and sound sensitivity), nausea, and vomiting. Without treatment a migraine can last on average from 4-72 hours.
Causes of migraines:
Migraines can be caused by triggers, such as certain foods like alcohol, caffeine withdrawal, strong smells or scents, at the onset of menstruation for women, from fatigue or excess sleep, genetic factors, and family history, and are associated with depression, anxiety and sleep apnea.
Treatment:
The most common and successful treatment of migraines is with a class of medications called 5HT1 (serotonin) receptor agonists or “triptans”. Triptans are used for acute treatment of migraines and reduces the release of inflammatory neurotransmitters in the brain, as well as causing vasoconstriction (decreases the size) of blood vessels in the brain. Triptans come as tablets, oral disintegrating tablets, and nasal sprays, and provide quick onset to relieve migraine symptoms. The most common side effects are flushing, a temporary increase in blood pressure, dizziness, and with the nasal formulations, a bitter taste.

Other migraine treatments include non-steroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen and naproxen, which may reduce activation of pain pathways in the nervous system. Some medications can also be used as prevention, for those with a large number of migraine attacks per month. These medications include anticonvulsants/anti-epileptic medications, calcium channel blockers, beta-blockers, and some tricyclic antidepressants.