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To monitor if there are any side effects, your doctor can give this medication in a hospital or clinic. If your migraine headaches persist or worsen, you should contact your doctor immediately.
Your migraine headaches may get worse if you take the migraine drug longer than your doctor recommends. This drug and other headache medications should not be taken for more than ten days per month. If you have more than four headaches per month, call your doctor. To learn more about the medication, contact your doctor. You may also be prescribed this medicine for another purpose. Ask your doctor for details.
You can take 10 mg more if headaches recur within 24 hours.
Clinical trials have not shown that the second dose of migraine medication is effective if headaches persist. If you do not respond to the first dose, do not try a second or subsequent dose.
Numerous clinical studies have shown that even patients who do not respond well to Rizatriptan treatment can still get relief from migraine headaches.
Rizatriptan must be taken within a minimum of two hours and not more than two doses per 24-hour period.
Tiredness or Fatigue
Numbness of an arm or leg
Slow or slurred speech
Sudden severe stomach pain
Pain, burning or tingling in the hands or feet
Allergic reactions like swelling of the face, tongue, lips, eyes, hands, or feet
Changes in vision
Heaviness in the chest
Palpitations or irregular heartbeat
Shortness of breath
A patient must not take Rizatriptan if they have any history of heart ailment, coronary heart diseases, blood circulation issues, angina, high blood pressure, the low blood supply to the heart, history of stroke or heart attack, bowel problem, and if your headache appears to be far from the migraine headaches that you were always experiencing.
Never take this anti-migraine medication if you have taken drugs that are categorised as MAOI or Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitor such as phenelzine (Nardil), socarboxazid (Marplan), furazolidone (Furoxone), selegiline (Eldepryl, Emsam, Zelapar), or tranylcypromine (Parnate), and irasagiline (Azilect) in the past two weeks.
To ensure you are eligible to take Rizatriptan, let your doctor know immediately if you have any other medical conditions such as:
High Blood Pressure
Kidney Disease (If you have undergone dialysis)
Coronary Heart Ailment
Have undergone hysterectomy
Have high cholesterol
Let your doctor know if you are taking antidepressant drugs like Prozac, Sarafem, Celexa, Cymbalta, Luvox, Paxil, Pexeva, Zoloft, Desyrel, Oleptro, Effexor, Viibryd, and more.
Remember that this drug is intended to treat only migraine headaches that have already begun and it will not prevent any headaches or reduce the incidence of migraine headaches. Right after taking the Rizatriptan tablet, allow two more hours before taking the next dose or tablet. You are not allowed to take more than 30 mg of Rizatriptan in a 24-hour period.
Do not take Rizatriptan if you are pregnant, plan on becoming pregnant, or breastfeeding. Children below 12 years old are also prohibited from using the medication.
If you are driving, operating machinery, or are performing tasks that require your focus and full attention, refrain from taking Rizatriptan. The drug can cause users to be dizzy or nauseous and is dangerous for use by people who are driving or operating machinery.
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