Many women suffer from menstrual migraine attacks, which are often more debilitating, longer, more likely to recur, and less responsive to treatment than migraines not related to the menstrual cycle. Continue Reading
Q. I’m starting to notice a couple of changes with my migraines and wonder if these are common. One is that I am getting mini-cluster headaches once or twice a day, 2 or 3 days before a big migraine attack, and the other is nausea with no migraine pain. I typically get the nausea after the migraine pain has begun, but is it possible it can switch? Continue Reading
Q. Even after a migraine attack my balance is still off, sometimes for days. Is this a common problem? Continue Reading
Frovatriptan succinate is the latest of the medications collectively referred to as the “triptans” to be approved by the FDA for treatment of acute migraine headache attacks.
The drug has been studied extensively in dose-ranging trials and double-blind placebo trials, controlled for efficacy and safety. Continue Reading