Buy Zomig Rapimelts Online in the UK
Triptans are a class of medications that include Zomig Rapimelt, which contains the active ingredient zolmitriptan.
Migraine headaches are treated with Zomig Rapimelt. Blood vessels in the head that are enlarged may be the source of migraine symptoms. It is thought that Zomig Rapimelt reduces the widening of these blood vessels. This helps to relieve the migraine headache as well as associated symptoms like feeling or being sick (nausea or vomiting) and sensitivity to light and sound.
You should reduce migraine symptoms within 2 hours of taking a dose, although some people may feel relief sooner.
Only when a migraine attack has begun does Zomig Rapimelt start to help. It won't protect you from getting a migraine attack. Although, this medication is equally effective whenever the tablets are taken during a migraine attack
Please follow your doctor's or pharmacist's instructions when taking this medication. If you're unsure, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
As soon as a migraine headache appears, you can start taking this medication. After an attack is in progress, you can still use it.
- One pill is the suggested dosage (2.5 mg).
- Follow the directions on the foil to open the blister pack. The tablet should not be forced through the foil.
- The tablet should be placed on your tongue so that it can dissolve and be ingested along with saliva. You can swallow your medication without drinking any water.
- If the migraine persists after two hours or if it returns within 24 hours, you may take another tablet.
Inform your doctor if the medication does not sufficiently relieve your migraine symptoms. Your doctor might alter your treatment.
Zomig Rapimelt Side Effects:
Common (may affect up to 1 in 10 people):
These side effects are usually mild and go away after a short time.
- Abnormal sensations such as tingling in your fingers and toes or skin that is sensitive to touch.
- Dry mouth.
- Muscle weakness or muscle pain.
- Problems swallowing.
- Feeling weak.
- Feeling sleepy, dizzy or warm.
- Uneven heartbeat.
- Feeling sick (nausea) or being sick (vomiting).
- Stomach pain.
- Heaviness, tightness, pain or pressure in the throat, neck, arms and legs, or chest.
Uncommon (may affect up to 1 in 100 people):
- A very fast heartbeat.
- Increase in the amount of water you pass (urine) or in how often you need to pass water.
- Slightly higher blood pressure.