Relpax vs frova

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This should prevent you from ever getting a menstrual migraine for that cycle. As I have said before, this sort of use of Frova (preventative vs acute) is not approved by the FDA yet, so a doctor might not agree to you using it like this, but it is worth asking your doctor about anyway... since it WILL be approved to be used like this very soon and since it can be used like this (as per successful clinical trials).
what country do you live in, or better yet do you have socialized health care like the U.K. and Canada vs. privatized health care like the USA has. If you live in a privatized health care country, do you have decent insurance or do you have to pay all costs out of pocket? The answer to these questions will tell me which path to pain management and resolution will be best for you based on your resources.
This is true for over-the-counter medications like Excedrin and BC powders, as well as prescription medications like Fiorinal, Midrin, and “triptans” like Imitrex, Zomig, Relpax, Frova, etc. Exactly why this occurs is unclear, but it is a well established clinical finding. Anyone who takes pain medications more than twice a week is in danger of perpetuating their headaches. Occasional usage of pain medications several times in one week is permissible, as long as it is not a regular pattern.
For my Migraines he prescribed me Relpax. It is an Emergency pill that I take ASAP. As soon as I feel the Migraine I pop the pill and about 45 minutes later it is gone. I have wasted 3 pills because I waited too long to take the Relpax. I think I will continue with what I am doing for now. Since I am at the MAX dose I will see how it goes for a while. Let me know if you have any feedback.
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