Acute Treatment for Migraine
There is no universal method for managing migraine, and treatment varies from patient to patient. How do you know when an acute treatment is the right treatment? Our educational resources cover different types of acute treatments (sometimes referred to as rescue treatments), treatment considerations, guidelines and more to give you the information you need to provide your patients with proven methods of relief.
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Research Summary: Rational Polypharmacy for Migraine
Research Summary: A narrative review of the importance of pharmacokinetics and drug–drug interactions of preventive therapies in migraine management
Research Summary: Acute Treatment of Migraine in Children and Adolescents
OTC Migraine Treatment: Q&A
How Doctors Determine Acute Migraine Treatment Plans: Q&A with Stewart Tepper, MD, FAHS
The Traffic Light of Headache
Treating and Preventing Migraine
Over-the-Counter Medications vs. Prescription Medications
How Gepants and Ditans Complement Existing Therapies
Understanding Migraine Medications | The American Migraine Foundation
Migraine Emergency Survival Guide | The American Migraine Foundation
What to Do When Migraine Treatment Fails?
What to do After a Migraine Diagnosis
Download our free Emergency Room Guide for migraine patients
Production of Excedrin Migraine Discontinued Until Further Notice (UPDATED)
Cluster Headache Treatment Options
Commonly Used Acute Migraine Treatments
Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) for Acute Migraine Treatment
Oral and Intranasal Triptans for Migraine
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