Anyone have experience with use of Frova and nocturnal migraines?

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30 Jan 2010

I found this information...
The most common side effects associated with the use of FROVA are dizziness, tiredness, feeling of tingling, hot flashes, headache (other than migraine headache), dry mouth, hot or cold sensation, pain in joints or bones, chest pain, and indigestion

http://www.frova.com/default.aspx

Just the side effects says headaches but not migraine. So I am to believe they ment for your question yes.
You can call the compan that makes this product.

You can write to us at:
Attn: Customer Service
Endo Pharmaceuticals
220 Lake Drive
Newark, DE 19702

You can fax your inquiries to:
Fax: (877) 329-ENDO (3636)

You can call us at:
Phone: (800) 462-ENDO (3636

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