Rizatriptan - is it addictive? and is it a narcotic?

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Anonymous

13 Apr 2012

Rizatripan is a med used for migraines & is not a narcotic. I have given you a link below to read about it & it's uses... Mary
http://www.drugs.com/cdi/rizatriptan.html

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