Relpax and/or Equivalent Eletriptan HBr Prescription Information
Relpax is the brand name for Eletriptan, an Oral medicationused to relieve the symptoms associated with Migraines, including headache, nausea and vomiting and light and sound sensitivity. While it will not prevent future migraines, eletriptan enables the patient to return to their normal daily routine and helps to reduce the necessity for other types of pain medication.
Relpax is a member of a group of medications referred to as Triptans, many of which are used to treat migraine and migraine-related symptoms. The migraine headache is the result of abnormal brain activity stimulating and inflaming the blood vessels on the brain's surface and surrounding tissues. Triptan drugs, such as Relpax, work by constricting these blood vessels, thus preventing the inflammation that causes a migraine.
Doctors order Relpax to be taken as soon as the first symptoms of a migraine attack are noted. 20 or 40 milligram doses may be taken, with no more than 80 milligrams of Relpax taken during a 24-hour period.Before they purchase Relpax, the patient's dosage will be determined based on their medical history and response to the treatment.
Buy Relpax and be sure to read all the information provided, noting the possible side effects and precautions that need to be taken. Common side effects associated with taking Relpax include dizziness, drowsiness, nausea and abdominal cramps; excessive tiredness and weakness and pain in the chest, neck or jaw. Though rare, more serious side effects do occasionally occur and should be reported to the doctor immediately. These include heart attack and abnormal heart beat; extreme blood pressure elevation; abnormal bleeding, stroke and seizures. If any of these severe side effects are noted, seek emergency medical assistance immediately.
A number of medications can interact with Relpax. Ergot-derived medications, such as DHE 45 and Ergomar, cause constriction of the blood vessels and may accentuate the similar effects of Relpax. It is recommended that patients who are on ergot-derived medications do not use Relpax within 24-hours of their last dose.
Some medications may actually increase the levels of Relpax in the body by preventing the liver from naturally eliminating it. These products, which include Nizoral, Biaxin, Norvir and Viracept, should not have been taken in the 72-hours before taking a dose of Relpax. Other medications that also block this important liver enzyme include Cardizem, Diflucan and the antibiotic, erythromycin. It has not been determined whether or not Relpax may be used safely during pregnancy or while a mother is nursing. The drug should be used during pregnancy only if there is no reasonable alternative; the medication may pass to the baby through breast milk, so a doctor should be consulted before and during use.
Relpax may cause some drowsiness and slow response time, so it is best not to do anything requiring alertness or rapid reflexes, such as driving or operating heavy machinery. Alcohol consumption should be limited, as it may accentuate such sedative effects.
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