For those living with migraines everyday can be a struggle. A migraine doesn’t last just for an hour it can affect sufferers for days at a time. Finding a suitable cure for migraines can be difficult as many migraine medications have side effects that exasperate the symptoms of this dreadful headache.
Every migraine sufferer is different and while some may find drugs like CoCodamol work for migraine others may prefer NSAIDS that reduce swelling and inflammation. Relpax is a prescription only drug that works by narrowing the vessels to the brain responsible for some types of migraine.
Relpax is a prescription only pain killer that is used to treat a migraine that is already underway. It cannot prevent a migraine from occurring or reduce the frequency of migraines in a sufferer, long or short term. Many migraine sufferers find it is their go to medication when suffering from a migraine as it can often offer relief quite quickly.
The active ingredient Eletriptan can reduce the symptoms associated with migraine such as nausea, light sensitivity and headache.
Relpax is not an effective prescription pain killer for the common headache or tension headache. It will only treat a migraine once the migraine is underway. It Is very important that you have had your migraines diagnosed by your GP before taking Relpax. It could cause unwanted side effects if taken when a migraine is not in full force.
A tension headache can be debilitating and sometimes as painful as a migraine but it is important to tell the difference before taking this medication. Migraines can usually be identified as:
A tension headache in comparison feels like a tight band around the head and can usually be treated with paracetamol or prescription pain relief such as codeine.
There are factors to take into consideration before taking Relpax as it may interfere with other prescription medicines and cause unwanted side effects. Some of these consequences could be quite severe which is why you need to adhere to the guidelines.
Relpax is not suitable for those who:
You should not take Relpax if your migraine seems to differ from those you usually experience.
Relpax can react adversely with other medications. Do not take Relpax if you already take:
If you are in any doubt contact a medical professional or your GP.
You should also tell your GP before taking Relpax if you:
As with all medications Relpax does have side effects that can be avoided as long as you read the patient information leaflet and disclose information to your prescriber.
Side effects associated with Relpax include:
Other less common side effects that may need medical intervention include:
Always speak to your GP if you are worried or confused about the possible side effects.
You can buy Relpax without prescription through Prescription Doctor. This migraine medication is effective at diminishing the symptoms of migraine once the attack is in full swing. You should make sure that you are experiencing a migraine and not a tension headache.
Our UK registered prescribers are on hand to write you a prescription for Relpax today. Once written you could receive your migraine medication by tomorrow. All of our prescription medicine is delivered in completely discreet packaging that offers you complete privacy and gives no hint to the contents within.
Our free delivery service gives you a tracking number so you can follow your parcel from our UK Registered Pharmacy direct to your door. You will receive a one hour delivery window in order for you to enjoy the convenience of a delivery that doesn’t disrupt your entire day. Buy before 3pm Monday to Thursday and receive your medicine within 24 hours.
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