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Demazine and migraines
Can Demazine trigger a migraine?
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How are you? Demazin ( chlorpheniramine and phenylpropanolamine ) is usually indicated for nasal congestion and sinusitis associated with allergies, hay fever, and the common cold. There are not enough studies showing its relationship with triggering migraine attacks. The side effects vary from one person to another but may include any of the following: dryness of the eyes, nose, and mouth; drowsiness or dizziness; blurred vision;  difficulty urinating; or even excitation in children. Migraine, on the other hand can be triggered by a variety of conditions. A headache journal is often recommended to identify the triggers. It is best to take the medicine as prescribed by your physician. Take care and regards.
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