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Drugs for Migraine and Other Headache Pain Relief - WebMD

8/21/2014
06:20 | Author: Caitlin White

Over the counter migraine medications
Drugs for Migraine and Other Headache Pain Relief - WebMD

Pain relievers are typically the first drugs recommended by doctors for migraine and headaches. Many of these medications are over-the-counter, or available.

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Heartburn, gastrointestinal bleeding, bronchospasm or constriction that causes narrowing of the airways, anaphylaxis (life-threatening allergic reaction), ulcers Fenoprofen Nalfon.

Dry mouth, drowsiness, dizziness Metaxalone Skelaxin.

Treatment of tension headache; migraines.

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OTC medicine for migraine headaches

6/20/2014
04:00 | Author: Caitlin White

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OTC medicine for migraine headaches

Over-the-counter migraine remedies can be bought without a prescription from a doctor. Over-the-counter medications, also called nonprescription drugs, are.

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Over-the-counter medicines may relieve severe migraines, study

4/19/2014
02:00 | Author: Caitlin White

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Over-the-counter medicines may relieve severe migraines, study

Over the counter medications ibuprofen and Excedrin both relieve the have had a big impact on treating migraine,” he told Reuters Health.

A bottle of 100 doses of Excedrin Migraine costs about $15 at the drugstore, compared to $14 to $46 per pill for brand-name prescription triptans, according to Consumer Reports.

But he cautions that it should be taken reasonably and appropriay.

Over the counter medications ibuprofen and Excedrin both relieve the pain and symptoms of severe migraines better than placebo, according to a new study.

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The migraineurs had been randomly assigned to three groups, two of which received doses of Excedrin or ibuprofen as well as placebo tablets marked to look like one of the medications.

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What39s the Migraine Medicine Pharmacists Prefer? - US News

2/18/2014
12:20 | Author: Caitlin White

Over the counter migraine medications
What39s the Migraine Medicine Pharmacists Prefer? - US News

Here are migraine triggers, symptoms and the over-the-counter medications that can bring relief.

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The majority of surveyed pharmacists – 67 percent – prefer Excedrin Migraine, which earned the "No.

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Over-the-Counter-Drugs for Acute Migraine Attacks - Medscape

10/27/2014
08:40 | Author: Caitlin White

Over the counter migraine medications
Over-the-Counter-Drugs for Acute Migraine Attacks - Medscape

Six of every 10 patients with migraine treat their headache exclusively with over-the-counter (OTC) products. Overreliance on OTC agents contributes to.

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