Frova Dosage

There is only one dose of Frova that adults should take once a migraine starts -- Frova 2.5 mg. Frova is not meant to be taken on a daily basis and you should not take more than three doses of Frova in a 24-hour period. Your healthcare provider may recommend taking a second dose of Frova if the first dose does not work. However, you must wait at least two hours after the first Frova dose to take a second dose.

An Overview of Frova Dosage Information

There is only one dose of Frova® (frovatriptan succinate) for adults with migraine headaches, regardless of age or weight -- Frova 2.5 mg, which is taken once a migraine starts.
 

General Frova Dosage Information

Some considerations for people taking Frova include:
 
  • Frova is not meant to be taken on a daily basis. Take Frova only when you have a migraine.
     
  • Frova should be taken as soon as possible once a migraine starts.
     
  • Swallow Frova tablets whole with a drink of water or other fluids.
     
  • If instructed to do so by your healthcare provider, you may take a second dose of Frova if your migraine does not go away after the first dose. However, you must wait at least two hours after the first dose before taking a second dose of Frova.
     
  • Do not take more than three doses of Frova in a 24-hour period.
     
  • Your Frova dosage can be taken with or without food.
     
  • For Frova to work properly, you have to take it as prescribed. Frova will not work if you take it differently than how your healthcare provider prescribed it.
     
  • If you are unsure about anything related to Frova or your Frova dosing, please talk to your doctor, nurse, or pharmacist.
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