Imetrix

MikeUsman mikeusman at aol.com
Tue Jul 12 07:29:06 EST 1994


In article <2qrg6c$25h at search01.news.aol.com>, dbm2360 at aol.com (DBM2360)
writes:

>I am looking for any and all information regarding the treatment of
migraines
>with Imetrix and more specificly the known side effects caused by
Imetrix.

>Does anyone know about Imetrix?

Imitrex (note spelling) is is injectable sumatriptan succinate, a
serotonin agonist used for the treatment of migraine made by Cerenex
pharmaceuticals (Div. of Glaxo).  The most common side effects are odd
sensations, e.g. tingling, numbness, etc, dizziness, flushing and
irritation at the injection site.



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