What are Migraitan
migraine relief tablets?
a film-coated tablet containing Sumatriptan 50mg,
which helps to quickly alleviate migraine symptoms such as throbbing pain in
the head, nausea and sensitivity to sound and light.
the medication Sumatriptan, a
5-HT1-receptor agonist, which stimulates the brain's serotonin receptors to
ease symptoms of cluster headaches and migraines.
What's the difference between Migraitan
the branded version of the generic medication, Sumatriptan. Both
contain the same active ingredient 'sumatriptan succinate' in the same
strength, which is specifically designed to relieve migraine attacks. The
strength, quality and effectiveness of the active ingredients are medically
equivalent, the main difference being the generic alternative is more
affordable. The other difference is that we additionally stock the higher 100mg strength tablets of generic Sumatriptan; Migraitan is only available in a
How should I take Migraitan tablets
and when should I take them?
Swallow one Migraitan tablet
whole with water as soon as you feel the first signs of a migraine headache.
The Migraitan tablets
should begin to work 30 - 60 minutes after taking.
If your migraine improves but then returns at least 2 hours
after taking the first tablet, you may take a second tablet.
You should not take a second tablet if the first tablet has
not provided any relief.
Who is Migraitan suitable
- Migraitan is only
appropriate for people who have previously been diagnosed with migraine
Who is Migraitan not
- Not suitable for
those under the age of 18 or over the age of 65
- Not suitable
during pregnancy or breastfeeding
- Not suitable for
those with lactose intolerances as this product contains lactose
- Do not take if
you have previously had an allergic reaction to Sumatriptan
What are the possible
side effects of Migraitan?
- Feeling or being sick (although this may be
due to the migraine itself)
- Feeling dizzy or unsteady on your feet
- Feeling hot or cold
you experience any of the following symptoms persistently or increasingly, do
not take any more of the medication and tell your doctor straight away:
- Tightness or tingling in the face, arms, chest
- Unusual feelings of heaviness in the face,
arms, chest or legs
- Feelings of cold or warmth in the face, arms,
chest or legs