They are... amitriptyline, taken daily, Zolpidem tartrate when I haven't had sleep because of headache, and Hydrocodone (vicodin) when the migraine is unbearable.
I checked with the interactions between the medications you requested. Below is a link that can help explain about the "moderate" warning associated with taking these meds together. Hope this helps you. Have a wonderful new year.
My Dr switched me to Imitrex a few years ago for migraines. It can be taken as a nasal spray so won't aggravate nausea and vomitng that comes with Migraines a lot of the time. The first time I took it, was in a walk-in emergency clinic. Dr kept me a little bit to see my response. the migraine It was gone in an hour!!!
It is not a narcotic so was not"hung over" from the medicine.
I got a script to have it at home for next time. Never had to go to ER again for Migraines. I don't know if Imitrex could help you or the answer to your specific Q. Only that Imitrex eliminated those middle of the night trips to hospital for pain shots. Then I was also on Inderal for years as a prevention. Thankfully as i got older the headaches have disappeared!!
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