FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: RELPAX

User Comments:


For Migraine “Amazingly fast results”

Duchess (taken for 1 to 6 months) March 10, 2018


For Migraine “I’ve been taking Relpax for about 10 years now and I can honestly say I cannot live without it! Takes away my migraine and all my symptoms within the hour. Tried other medications that didn’t work and made me worse. Generic brands also did not work for me. Would recommend it to anyone. The only side effect I get sometimes is it can make me a little tired but I can handle that over a migraine any day.”

PaulsAEGal (taken for 10 years or more) January 22, 2018


For Migraine “The only medication that kicks my migraines. Generic is now available, will be trying that with RX renewal. Its very pricey so if the generic works looking to save $.”

MrsPep (taken for 5 to 10 years) October 22, 2017


For Migraine “Relpax has been a wonder drug for me..other than having to wait an hour for it to kick in, I’ve had no side effects at all. The only worry I have is the neurologist told me that it can stop working if you use it too often.”

Serenity2008 August 7, 2017


For Migraine “This was a wonder drug for me! Had tried so many things from daily Topamax (did nothing), imigran, the snorty (nasal spray?) thing (can’t remember its name), codeine, betapyn, acupuncture, special diets etc and this is the only drug that knocks off the migraine, deals with the nausea and leaves me functional at work. The only other drug I ever found effective was something called a ‘migraine cocktail’ that I was given on a work trip in a South African pharmacy – a little selection of about 6 tablets, 2 yellow, 1 pink, a few white. To this day I have no idea what was in it but it killed my migraine (probably nearly killed me, but it worked)! Outside of that, the Relpax is my absolute go-to. I have a script for both the 40mg (small migraines) and 80mg.”

bellajay (taken for 2 to 5 years) June 23, 2017


For Migraine “I’ve been taking Relpax since 2009. It has always taken away the migraine headache within about an hour of taking 40mg. For that, I’m grateful. What I’ve noticed is that WHEN I take it makes a big difference. If I take it at the first sign of a migraine, I always get a rebound headache the next day. I find that if I wait 12 hours, then take Relpax, the migraine goes away and doesn’t rebound. If it ever does rebound, I have to just tough it out. I need to rest a lot after taking it or I’ll get a rebound. And I have to take it with food. The one time I didn’t gave me horrible nausea.”

jojobaggins (taken for 5 to 10 years) April 2, 2017

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