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How can nausea drugs help with migraines and headaches?

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Many people who have migraines often have nausea and vomiting along with their head pain. Those symptoms usually get better when you treat the migraine. But sometimes the nausea and vomiting are bad enough to keep a person from taking their migraine medications. In these cases, a nausea drug can relieve your symptoms and help you get the treatment you need. Most nausea medicines come in pill form, but if the problem is severe, you can take them as a rectal suppository.

Reviewed by Neil Lava on May 5, 2019
Reviewed by Neil Lava on May 5, 2019

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