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MIGRAINE HEADACHE
Migraine headache without aura has at least 5 attacks of any 2 symptoms of unilateral headache that is throbbing or pulsating in nature, moderate to severe in pain and activity aggravates pain. It is accompanied with either nausea and vomiting or photophobia &/or phonophobia. The symptoms last for 4-72 hours without signs of secondary headache.
Migraine headache with aura has at least 2 attacks with any of the fully reversible symptoms of flickering lights, spots or lines &/or vision loss, sensory symptoms of pins & needles &/or numbness and dysphasic speech disturbance but without motor weakness. Accompanied by at least 2 of the following symptoms of homonymous visual symptoms &/or unilateral sensory symptoms or at least 1 aura symptoms develop gradually over ≥5 minutes &/or different aura symptoms that occur in succession over ≥5 minutes.
Drug Information

Indication: Prophylaxis of migraine w/ or w/o aura. Symptomatic treatment of vestibular vertigo, due to a diagnosed functi...

Indication: Maintenance therapy for symptoms of cerebrovascular origins, labyrinthine & peripheral-circulatory disorde...

Indication: Monotherapy in patients w/ newly diagnosed epilepsy or for conversion to monotherapy in patients w/ epilepsy. ...

Indication: Relief of muscular conditions, tension headache, non-articular rheumatism & dysmenorrhoea.

Dosage: HTN 50-100 mg daily as a single dose. Arrhythmia Oral maintenance: 50-100 mg/day as a single dose. Angina 50 m

Indication: Inflammatory & degenerative forms of rheumatism: RA, juvenile RA, ankylosing spondylitis, OA & spondyl...

Indication: Symptomatic treatment of nausea & vertigo due to Meniere's disease & other labyrinthine disturbances, ...

Indication: Relief of fever associated w/ cold & flu, pain eg, teething, toothache, earache, sore throat, headache, mi...

Indication: Relief of fever & mild to moderate pain including headache, dental pain, post-op pain, dysmenorrhoea; musc...

Indication: Relief of headache, toothache, neuralgia, muscular pains, colds, influenza & feverish complaints.

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