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What is Imigran used to treat?

Imigran tablets are indicated for the acute relief of migraine attacks, with or without aura. Imigran should only be used where there is a clear diagnosis of migraine. Imigran is indicated for the acute intermittent treatment of migraine.

What do Imigran 50 mg tablets look like?

Imigran 50 mg tablets are Pink, film-coated, capsule-shaped biconvex tablets, engraved 50 on one face and plain on the other A box contains either 2 or 4 tablets. The tablets have a film coating to protect the tablet and this gives the colour. Each Imigran tablet contains the active ingredient sumatriptan succinate.

How should I take Imigran Radis®?

If you are taking tablets: take one (50 mg or 100 mg) tablet with a drink of water, as soon as the headache phase develops. You can take Imigran Radis® tablets stirred into a small amount of water. If your migraine at first improves but then comes back, you may take a further dose, providing it is at least two hours after the initial dose.

What is the recommended dose of Imigran?

The recommended dose of oral Imigran is a 50mg tablet. Some patients may require 100mg. If the patient has responded to the first dose but the symptoms recur a second dose may be given provided that there is a minimum interval of two hours between the two doses. No more than 300mg should be taken in any 24 hour period.

What are Imigran tablets used for?

Imigran tablets are indicated for the acute relief of migraine attacks, with or without aura. Imigran should only be used where there is a clear diagnosis of migraine.

Can Imigran be used prophylactically?

Clinical particulars Imigran tablets are indicated for the acute relief of migraine attacks, with or without aura. Imigran should only be used where there is a clear diagnosis of migraine. Imigran is indicated for the acute intermittent treatment of migraine. It should not be used prophylactically.

Is Imigran Recovery available over the counter?

Previously only available on prescription, Imigran Recovery is a specifically designed migraine treatment which is available to purchase over the counter from your pharmacist. It contains the active ingredient sumatriptan. Sumatriptan acts like serotonin, the brain chemical that is found to drop in migraine attacks.

When should I take Imigran recovery for migraine?

Just one tablet can bring relief from migraine and treating the attack early gives you the best chance of recovery. Take the tablet as soon as you’re sure it’s a migraine and not just a typical headache. Imigran Recovery can still be effective even if you take it later in the attack.

How often can you take Imigran Radis?

No more than 300mg should be taken in any 24 hour period. Patients who do not respond to the prescribed dose of Imigran Radis should not take a second dose for the same attack. In these cases the attack can be treated with paracetamol, acetylsalicylic acid, or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Imigran Radis may be taken for subsequent attacks.

How do you take Imigran Radis for migraine?

Imigran Radis may be taken for subsequent attacks. Imigran Radis is recommended as monotherapy for the acute treatment of migraine and should not be given concomitantly with ergotamine or derivatives of ergotamine (including methysergide) (see section 4.3). The tablets should be swallowed whole with water.

What is Imigran Radis used for?

Imigran Radis tablets are indicated for the acute relief of migraine attacks, with or without aura. Imigran should only be used where there is a clear diagnosis of migraine. 4.2 Posology and method of administration

When should Imigran recovery tablets be taken?

Adults aged 18 years and over should take one Imigran recovery tablet as soon as possible after the migraine headache has started, though the medicine will also be effective if taken at a later stage during the migraine attack. The tablet should be swallowed with a drink and can be taken with or without food.

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