100 MG SUMINAT belongs to the selective serotonin receptor agonist class of drugs. It’s mostly used to alleviate migraine headaches. It alleviates migraine symptoms and prevents the attack from worsening. Migraine is a common type of headache. Migraine is most commonly diagnosed during adolescence. Migraine is most common in people between the ages of 35 and 45. Migraine is thought to be caused by the enlargement (dilation) of blood vessels in the brain. Women are more likely to have it. The onset of a process deep in the brain that induces the release of pain-producing inflammatory chemicals throughout the blood vessels and nerves of the head causes it.
100 MG SUMINAT It works by constricting blood vessels in the head, stopping pain from spreading to the brain and blocking the production of chemicals that produce nausea and other migraine symptoms. Migraine attacks are relieved as a result of this.
Follow your doctor’s instructions for taking SUMINAT 100 MG. Depending on your medical circumstances, you should take SUMINAT 100 MG for as long as your doctor has given it. Dizziness, sleepiness, weakness, peripheral neuropathy (itchy and numb hands and feet), and flushing are all possible side effects (hotness in the ears, face, trunk, and neck). The majority of these SUMINAT 100 MG side effects do not require medical care and fade away with time. However, if the negative effects do not go away, see your doctor.
If you have an allergy to sumatriptan or any other portion of sumatriptan, or if you have an allergy to any other drugs, or if you have high blood pressure, please tell your doctor before taking SUMINAT 100 MG. If you’ve ever experienced chest discomfort, heart disease, a heart attack, liver illness, or depression, see your doctor right away. If you are over the age of 65, tell your doctor since it might cause negative effects. If you’re pregnant or nursing, call your doctor right away.
SUMINAT 100MG TABLET is used to treat migraine headaches.