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Considering taking medication to treat Migraine? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Migraine. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Added Strength Headache Relief oral     Be the first to review it
Added Strength Pain Reliever oral     Be the first to review it
Alagesic LQ oral     1 User Reviews
Aleve oral     173 User Reviews
All Day Pain Relief oral     4 User Reviews
All Day Relief oral     Be the first to review it
almotriptan malate oral     3 User Reviews
Alsuma subcutaneous     5 User Reviews
Amerge oral     45 User Reviews
Analgesic oral     1 User Reviews
Axert oral     57 User Reviews
butalbital-acetaminophen-caffeine oral     189 User Reviews
butalbital-aspirin-caffeine oral     32 User Reviews
butorphanol tartrate nasal     27 User Reviews
Cafergot oral     43 User Reviews
Cambia oral     29 User Reviews
Capacet oral     Be the first to review it
Cataflam oral     35 User Reviews
D.H.E.45 injection     12 User Reviews
diclofenac potassium oral     78 User Reviews
diclofenac submicronized oral     1 User Reviews
dihydroergotamine injection     4 User Reviews
dihydroergotamine nasal     2 User Reviews
eletriptan HBr oral     16 User Reviews
Ergomar sublingual     8 User Reviews
ergotamine tartrate sublingual     2 User Reviews
ergotamine-caffeine oral     9 User Reviews
Esgic oral     21 User Reviews
Excedrin Extra Strength oral     27 User Reviews
Excedrin Migraine oral     57 User Reviews
Fioricet oral     369 User Reviews
Fiorinal oral     80 User Reviews
Flanax oral     1 User Reviews
Frova oral     69 User Reviews
frovatriptan oral     20 User Reviews
Headache Formula Added Str oral     Be the first to review it
Headache Formula oral     Be the first to review it
Headache Relief oral     3 User Reviews
Imitrex nasal     23 User Reviews
Imitrex oral     314 User Reviews
Imitrex STATdose Kit Refill subcutaneous     12 User Reviews
Imitrex STATdose Pen subcutaneous     23 User Reviews
Imitrex subcutaneous     21 User Reviews
isometheptene-caffeine-acetaminophen oral     2 User Reviews
isometheptene-dichloralphenazone-acetaminophen oral     30 User Reviews
Margesic oral     Be the first to review it
Maxalt oral     187 User Reviews
Maxalt-MLT oral     103 User Reviews
Mediproxen oral     2 User Reviews
Midol (naproxen) oral     1 User Reviews
Migragesic IDA oral     Be the first to review it
Migraine Formula oral     2 User Reviews
Migraine Pain Reliever oral     2 User Reviews
Migraine Relief oral     4 User Reviews
Migranal nasal     31 User Reviews
naproxen sodium oral     84 User Reviews
naratriptan oral     12 User Reviews
Nodolor oral     1 User Reviews
Pain Relief Extra Strength oral     2 User Reviews
Pain Relief oral     2 User Reviews
Pain Reliever Extra Strength oral     3 User Reviews
Pain Reliever oral     1 User Reviews
Pain Reliever Plus oral     Be the first to review it
Pain-Off oral     Be the first to review it
Pamprin Max oral     1 User Reviews
Prodrin oral     41 User Reviews
Relpax oral     205 User Reviews
rizatriptan oral     34 User Reviews
sumatriptan nasal     13 User Reviews
sumatriptan oral     102 User Reviews
sumatriptan subcutaneous     15 User Reviews
sumatriptan-naproxen oral     7 User Reviews
Sumavel DosePro subcutaneous     52 User Reviews
Super Pain Relief oral     Be the first to review it
Treximet oral     196 User Reviews
Wal-Proxen oral     Be the first to review it
Zebutal oral     13 User Reviews
Zipsor oral     55 User Reviews
zolmitriptan nasal     2 User Reviews
zolmitriptan oral     4 User Reviews
Zomig nasal     12 User Reviews
Zomig oral     153 User Reviews
Zomig ZMT oral     27 User Reviews
Zorvolex oral     8 User Reviews

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