Treximet

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What is Treximet?

Treximet 85 mg-500 mg Tab
Drug Name: SUMATRIPTAN/NAPROXEN - ORAL
Other Brand Names: Treximet
Uses: This product contains naproxen and sumatriptan. It is used to treat migraines when they occur. It helps to relieve headache and other symptoms of migraines, including sensitivity to light/sound, nausea, and vomiting. This product does not prevent future migraines or reduce how often you may get a headache. Naproxen is known as a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). It is used to relieve pain. Sumatriptan belongs to a group of drugs called triptans. It affects a certain natural chemical (serotonin) that narrows blood vessels in the brain. It may also block other pain signals in the brain.
Posts on Treximet (87)
My Dr gave me a sample of Treximet for my migraines; I normally take Relpax or Imitrex. Has...
Hi all: I have been suffering chronic, left-sided headaches since April 2005. They start...
Hello all: My neurologist prescribed Treximet for my headaches. She thinks they may be m...
Lately I have notice bilateral peripheral light flashes. Happening almost daily, but not ...
Two years ago I suffered from a head injury. I suffered from seizures that same night, but...
Last Thursday was seen in the ER with the worst migraine/headache I have ever had. Had left...
my daugher was recently changed from amitriptilyne to nortriptilyne and has experienced a g...
I get these terrible headaches usually to one side of my head but they usually only come th...
I'm a 25 y/o female. I've had migraines since I was 3 years old but they've progressively w...
I have chronic pancreatitis with pseudocysts & calcification, I also have an enlarged pancr...
Journals about Treximet(7)
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by Jking0302, Oct 17, 2011
insurance no longer covers frova, switching to treximet (noted as summatriptan and nap...
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by hmay42, Oct 09, 2009
So I woke up feeling like a dizzy, weak, headachey mess. I lost 4lbs in 12 hours (and...
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by hmay42, Jul 29, 2009
*POSSIBLE TRIGGERS: I have no idea... wearing a ponytail maybe? ** I started gettin...
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