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Eletriptan (Relpax®) is a triptan drug developed by Pfizer for the treatment of migraine headaches. It is available in strengths of 20 and 40 mg as a tablet. more at Wikipedia

Treatment Success Rate

Top 5 Communities
Condition Members Success
Migraine Headaches
536
59%
Fibromyalgia
2
100%
Rhabdomyosarcoma
1
0%
Post-Traumatic Stress D...
1
0%
Overall, 59% (543 Members) find Relpax helpful
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Relpax Reviews

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did not work
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Works great but is very expensive.
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Works well
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the only one that currently works
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It worked but I cant deal with the side effects
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It works and then it doesnt work.
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Worked well, but made me sleepy so I couldn't take it @ work etc.
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This works wonderfully with almost no bad side effects..though it is very expensive!
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worked for 1 year then stopped
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Always knocks out a migraine but I cannot take too often
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Discussions

  1. Discussion: Relpax vs. Maxalt vs. Zomig
    As an FYI, Imitrex is available to my knowledge: --As a nasal spray --in tablet form (50 or 100) --in a tablet with Aleve already in it (but my d... [More]
  2. Discussion: Relpax vs. Maxalt vs. Zomig
    Imitrex did nothing for me. Are you talking about the shot or tablet? I have a neurology appointment in 11 days. I guess my best bet is to ask for ... [More]
  3. Discussion: Relpax vs. Maxalt vs. Zomig
    I've had success with all three drugs. But each drug made me feel different as it worked. They aren't as strong as Imitrex in your system, they take a... [More]
  4. Discussion: Relpax vs. Maxalt vs. Zomig
    I replied to your other post about the meds making us sleepy. I had the same experience with Relpax. It was a little slow to kick in and I didn't li... [More]
  5. Discussion: Relpax vs. Maxalt vs. Zomig
    I have always used Relax as my drug of choice to get rid of a migraine. Lately, it either takes a long time to be effective or the migrane comes back ... [More]