Immitrex

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Imitrex® (sumatriptan succinate) is a prescription drug used for the treatment of migraine headaches once they start. The medicine, which is part of a class of migraine medications called 5-HT agonists (or more commonly known as "triptans"), comes in a tablet form, a nasal spray, and an injection. You should take your Imitrex dosage as soon as possible once a migraine starts. If the migraine comes back or does not go away, you may take a second dose after waiting at least two hours from the time you took the first dose of Imitrex tablets or Imitrex Nasal Spray, or one hour after the first dose of Imitrex Injection. Some possible side effects of Imitrex that you should report to your healthcare provider include bloody diarrhea, seizures, and changes in vision (including loss of vision).
 
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