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Sumatriptan 50mg Tablets

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Sumatriptan 50mg Tablets
2 Tablets
Treats migraine
Relief from nausea
Relief from sensitivity to light and sound
Contains Sumatriptan 50mg
Recommended for 18-65 year olds
See full details below


MIGRAITAN® is used to treat migraine. These tablets contain Sumatriptan succinate as active substance, which belong to a group of medicines called ‘triptans’ (5HT1-receptor agonists).

Migraine symptoms may be caused by the temporary swelling of blood vessels in the head due to a temporary imbalance in the body’s natural chemicals.

The tablets are believed to work on this imbalance and reduce the swelling of these blood vessels. The tablets help to take away the headache and other symptoms of a migraine attack such as feeling sick (nausea) and sensitivity to light and sound. They start to relieve migraine headache about 30 minutes after you take them


Sumatriptan is the active ingredient Migraitan. The tablets are believed to work on the imbalance of natural chemicals like serotonin and reduce the swelling of these blood vessels


Please read product information leaflet before use

Adults (18-65 years of age)

The recommended dose is a single 50 mg tablet that should be swallowed whole with water. It is advisable that Sumibril/Migraitan be taken as soon as possible after the onset of a migraine headache although it is effective at whatever stage of the headache it is taken.

If there is a response to the first tablet but the symptoms recur, a second tablet may be taken. However, this must be at least 2 hours after the first tablet. No more than two 50 mg tablets (total dose 100mg) may be taken in any 24 hour period or to treat the same attack.

If there is no response to the first tablet, a second tablet should not be taken for the same attack


Do not take MIGRAITAN®: • if you are allergic to Sumatriptan or any of the other ingredients of this medicine (listed in section 6) or to sulfonamide antibiotics • unless you suffer from migraines (a doctor or pharmacist needs to confirm this) • if you are trying to prevent a migraine attack – only take it when your migraine headache begins • until you are sure this is a migraine and not just a headache • if you are under 18 or over 65 • if you have heart problems including heart failure, a previous heart attack, angina (chest pain), or an irregular heartbeat. • if you have had a stroke or a mini-stroke (also called a transient ischaemic attack or TIA) • if you have high blood pressure or are being treated for it • if you have kidney or liver disease • if you have epilepsy or are prone to seizures (fits) • if you have circulation problems in your legs and have cramp-like pains in your legs when you walk, or if your doctor has told you that you suffer from peripheral vascular disease • if your doctor diagnosed one of the rare forms of migraine (hemiplegic; basilar or opthalmoplegic migraine) Do not take Migraitan® with these medicines: • antidepressants called monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs), for example, phenelzine, isocarboxazid, tranylcypromine. If you take these or if you have taken them in the last two weeks, don’t take Migraitan®. (If you are taking antidepressants and are not sure what they are, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.) • certain other migraine treatments. Do not take Migraitan® if you have taken a medicine containing a triptan (including other sumatriptan-containing products, zolmitriptan, rizatriptan, naratriptan) or medicines containing ergotamine or methysergide within the last 24 hours. After taking Migraitan® you should wait at least 24 hours before taking a medicine containing a triptan (including other sumatriptan-containing products, zolmitriptan, rizatriptan, naratriptan) or at least 6 hours before taking a medicine containing ergotamine or methysergide. Warnings and Precautions Your pharmacist will have checked the points listed below to make sure this medicine is right for you. • if you have three or more risk factors: - you are a man over 40, or a woman who has had the menopause - you are very overweight - you are a regular smoker (more than 10 cigarettes a day) - you have diabetes - you have high cholesterol - you have a close relative who developed early heart disease – either your father or brother developed heart disease before the age of 55, or your mother or sister developed heart disease before the age of 65. If three or more of the points above apply to you, you may be at higher risk of heart disease – see your doctor without taking Migraitan®. If you are not sure, your pharmacist or doctor can help. • if your headaches usually last longer than 24 hours, or become more frequent • if you generally have four or more migraine attacks each month • if you do not recover completely in between your migraine attacks • if you are over 50 and this is your first headache of this type • if your migraine attacks get worse or become more frequent, or your symptoms change • if your migraine includes symptoms such as - weakness on one side of your body - clumsy and un-coordinated movements - reduced level of consciousness - a recent rash with a headache - double vision - tinnitus (ringing in the ears) - seizure (fit)- like movements If any of the points in this list apply to you, and you haven’t already talked to a pharmacist or doctor about these, get their advice before taking Migraitan®. Other medicines and MIGRAITAN® Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking, have recently taken or might take any other medicines. Some antidepressants and some migraine medicines mean you can’t take Migraitan® . See above under “Do not take Migraitan® with these medicines.” • Antidepressants called SSRIs or SNRIs (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors or Serotonin Noradrenaline Reuptake Inhibitors) – for example citalopram, fluoxetine, paroxetine, fluvoxamine, sertraline, duloxetine and venlafaxine. Using Migraitan® with this group of medicines can make some side effects more likely. If you experience uncontrolled twitching or jerking of the muscles, sweating, and/ or changes in mental status such as confusion or agitation after using Migraitan® , tell a doctor straight away. If you are not sure if you are taking an SSRI or SNRI, check with your doctor or pharmacist. • Tricyclic antidepressants – for example doxepin and amitriptyline. Using Migraitan® with this group of medicines may make some side effects more likely. If you are worried, talk to your pharmacist or doctor. • Certain types of contraceptive pill – women with migraine who are taking a combined oral contraceptive pill have a higher risk of stroke. If you are taking these contraceptive pills and you only recently started to have migraines (in the last 3 months), or your migraine symptoms have got worse, or you have migraine with aura (attacks that start with disturbed vision or a change in sensation such as ‘pins and needles’), talk to your doctor. • St John’s wort (a herbal remedy – Hypericum perforatum) – using St. John’s Wort with Migraitan® may increase the likelihood of you suffering side effects. If you are worried, talk to your pharmacist or doctor. Pregnancy, breast-feeding and fertility If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, think you may be pregnant or are planning



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