Migraine Medicine Directory
Migraine medicine is a welcome help to people with migraines. Some migraine treatments deal with the condition’s symptoms like pain, nausea, and light sensitivity. Other medicines prevent these painful attacks. In addition, there are treatments that stop attacks at the first sign. Your doctor will help you find the right medicine for your headache. Follow the links below to WebMD's comprehensive coverage on migraine medicine, migraine treatments, news, pictures, and much more.
Drugs to Treat Migraine Headaches
WebMD provides a list of medications used to treat migraine headaches, including preventive and abortive drugs.
Which Drugs Can Keep Me From Getting a Migraine?
WebMD describes the drugs and other therapies that can help you prevent migraine headaches.
Botox Injections for Migraines: How It Treats Migraine Headaches
Is botulinim toxin (Botox) a treatment for chronic migraines? Find out how well it works, how you take the shots, and side effects.
Headache Prevention Using Antidepressants & Other Drugs
Antidepressants are sometimes used to prevent and treat headaches. WebMD offers a list of drugs doctors may prescribe - along with possible side effects.