Zomig Dosage

If you are taking Zomig tablets, the usual starting Zomig dosage is 2.5 mg or less during a migraine. For people who are using Zomig Nasal Spray, the starting Zomig dose is 2.5 mg during a migraine. With Zomig ZMT tablets (which dissolve in your mouth), Zomig dosing starts at 2.5 mg during a migraine. Besides the form of the drug that you are using, a few other factors that can affect your Zomig dosage include your response to Zomig, other medical conditions you may have, and other drugs you may be taking.

An Overview of Zomig Dosage

The dose of Zomig® (zolmitriptan) your healthcare provider prescribes will vary depending on a number of factors, including:
 
  • Your response to Zomig
  • Other medical conditions you may have
  • Other medications you may be currently taking.
     
As always, do not adjust your Zomig dose unless your healthcare provider specifically instructs you to do so.
 
Dosing for Zomig Tablets
The usual starting dosage of regular Zomig tablets for migraine headaches is Zomig 2.5 mg or less during a migraine. To get a dose of less than 2.5 mg, a 2.5 mg tablet will need to be cut in half. Zomig tablets should be swallowed with a drink of water or another beverage.
 
Dosing for Zomig ZMT
The usual starting dose of Zomig ZMT® tablets for migraine headaches is Zomig ZMT 2.5 mg during a migraine. It is not recommended that you try to cut the Zomig ZMT tablets in half (as they are delicate and often crumble).
 
When opening the Zomig ZMT tablets, peel back the foil lining of the blister. Do not try to push the tablet through the foil, as it is delicate and may crumble. Place the tablet on the tongue, where it will quickly dissolve and be swallowed with saliva (you do not need to take a drink of water).
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