Maxalt Product Description
Maxalt is an anti-migraine agent, used to relieve pain symptoms during acute episodes of migraine headache. The use of Maxalt pills should be tailored to individual requirements. No more than two Maxalt pills 10mg should be taken during a day. An interval of at least 120 minutes is required between the next doses of this anti-migraine agent.
Note that Maxalt is not intended for preventing or controlling other types of headaches (e.g., hemiplegic migraine). An accurate diagnostic is required of migraine attacks with or without aura before using Maxalt pills.
If you take Maxalt pills regularly and forgot to take the next dose, do not take this anti-migraine agent, if there are no signs and symptoms of migraine at this point of time. Then you should adhere to the usual dosing schedule.
If headaches manifest every day around the same time, it should be noted that the abundant food delays the anti-migraine effect of Maxalt for 30-90 minutes. Food should be taken 60 minutes after Maxalt intake.
The antimigraine agent Maxalt must be stored at room temperature below 30°C, away from moisture and direct heat.
Maxalt Safety Information
Before the start of Maxalt-treatment, people should be informed that excessive or incorrect use of this anti-migraine agent can increase the intensity of headaches. You must stop taking Maxalt pills, when the effect of the painkiller disappears.
The information about migraine, published in this Maxalt overview, can not be used to replace medical advice or the services of a licensed therapist. The online pharmacy will not be liable for any damage, resulting from the use of antimigraine agent Maxalt.
Maxalt Side Effects
Maxalt usually causes short-term adverse effects of light intensity, which are directly dependent on the drug dosage used. The most frequent adverse effects of Maxalt are dizziness, asthenia, pain, somnolence, pressure sensation. The frequency and intensity of adverse effects, caused by this antimigraine agent, are the same in adults and in children.