Maxalt 10mg (Rizatriptan) Tablets


  • Relieves Migraines And Tension Headaches
  • Active Ingredient: Rizatriptan
  • Fast-Acting Relief In Just 30 Minutes
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Stop migraines in their tracks with Maxalt, the fast-acting migraine and severe headache relief treatment. Maxalt relieves common symptoms including: pain and pressure in the head, increased sensitivity to light or sound, nausea and vomiting. 

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    Maxalt Tablets Migraine

    Maxalt Tablets Migraine are used to treat the headache phase of a migraine attack in adults. The ingredient contained in Maxalt Tablets Migraine is called serotonin 5-HT receptor agonists. Migraines are usually a moderate to severe headache that is felt as a throbbing pain at one side of the head. Many people will have other accompanying symptoms that include feeling sick, being sick and increased sensitivity to light or sound. Maxalt Tablets Migraine work to reduce the swelling of vessels surrounding the brain. This swelling results in the pain of a headache or migraine attack. Headache Overview – NHS Website, Treatment & Symptoms

    Rizatriptan Maxalt 10 Mg Tablet

    Rizatriptan Maxalt 10 Mg Tablet is the generic version of Maxalt. It’s used to treat migraine attacks but doesn’t prevent them. Rizatriptan Maxalt 10 Mg Tablet and other tablets like it belong to a group of medicines called triptanes, which are used to treat migraine headaches. Available as a Rizatriptan Maxalt 10 Mg Tablet it can also be bought as an orally-dissolving tablet, which dissolves in the mouth. As an alternative to Maxalt, we also offer the above Rizatriptan generic. Priced competitively, two strengths are listed, 5mg & 10mg.

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    Maxalt Dissolving Tablet

    The Maxalt Dissolving Tablet is also available as an alternative to standard tablets. Orodispersible tablets can be used as an alternative for people who struggle with the anxiety of swallowing standard tablets. Simply place the tablet in your mouth and allow it to dissolve. If you suffer from pill anxiety here are a few things you can do to ease the process and reduce your anxiety.
    • Take the pill with water, you can take some pills with other drinks or food. Always read the instruction manual included.
    • When swallowing lean forward slightly.
    • Practice swallowing with small sweets or bits of bread. Increase the size as swallowing becomes easier.
    Some things will cause your anxiety to increase, don’t do the following:
    • Don’t throw the pills towards the back of your throat.
    • Don’t tip your head back too much when you swallow or are about to swallow, this can make swallowing more difficult.
    • Do not crush the pills, open capsules or alter any of the medication unless you have been told to do by your doctor.
    If you’re still having trouble taking standard tablets, your doctor can prescribe other versions, including the above Maxalt Dissolving Tablet.

    Migraine Tablets Rizatriptan

    Like with all medicine, Migraine Tablets Rizatriptan Side Effects can occur but these aren’t experienced by everyone. If you experience any Migraine Tablets Rizatriptan Side Effects, especially if any of them are getting progressively worse, immediately stop and speak to your doctor as soon as possible. Below is a list of Migraine Tablets Rizatriptan Side Effects experienced more, or less when people have used Maxalt Tablets Migraine. Common Side Effects
    • Tingling, headache, decreased sensitivity of skin, decreased mental sharpness, insomnia.
    • Fast or irregular heartbeat.
    • Throat discomfort.
    • Feeling sick, dry mouth, vomiting, diarrhoea, indigestion
    • Feeling of heaviness in parts of the body, neck pain, stiffness.
    • Pain in the abdomen or chest.
    Uncommon Side Effects
    • Bad taste in your mouth.
    • Unsteadiness when walking, dizziness, blurred vision, tremor, fainting.
    • Confusion, nervousness.
    • High blood pressure; thirst, hot flushes, sweating.
    • Rash, itching and lump rash; swelling of face, lips, tongue and/or throat which may cause difficulty breathing and/or swallowing, difficulty breathing.
    • Feeling of tightness in parts of the body, muscles weakness.
    • Changes in the rhythm or rate of heartbeat; abnormalities on an ECG test, very fast heartbeat.
    • Facial pain; muscle pain.
    Rare Side Effects
    • Wheezing
    • Allergic reaction, sudden life threatening allergic reaction.
    • Stroke
    • Slow heartbeat
    The patient information leaflet also has a list of side effects that currently have an unknown frequency that they occur at. With the available data a conclusion at which they occur cannot be estimated.

    Rizatriptan 10 mg Tablet

    You should try and avoid taking Rizatriptan 10 mg Tablet:
    • If you are already taking a 5-HT agonist (sometimes referred to ‘triptans’), such as Sumatriptan, naratriptan or Zolmitriptan.
    • If you are taking a momamine oxidase inhibitor such as moclobemide, phenelzine, tranylcypromine, linezolid, or pargyline or if it has been less than two weeks since you stopped taking an MAO inhibitor.
    • If you use ergotamine-type medications such as ergotamine or dihydro-ergotamine to treat your migraine.
    • If you use methysergide to prevent a migraine attack.

    Rizatriptan Benzoate Tablet

    Rizatriptan Benzoate Tablet does not contain aspirin, but is used when other pain relievers such as aspirin and acetaminophen don’t relieve headache symptoms. The following are Rizatriptan Benzoate Tablet ingredients:
    • One 5 mg Rizatriptan Benzoate Tablet contains 5 mg Rizatriptan as 7.265 mg of Rizatriptan benzoate.
    • One 10 mg Rizatriptan Benzoate Tablet contains 10 mg Rizatriptan as 14.53 mg of Rizatriptan benzoate.
    • Other ingredients: mannitol, microcrystalline cellulose, crospovidone, aspartame, magnesium stearate, colloidal silicon dioxide, peppermint flavour.

    How Does Maxalt Work?

    A common question we are asked is “How does Maxalt work?” When someone experiences migraine symptoms, it’s believed that this is caused by the widening of blood vessels in the head, albeit temporarily. Taking a Rizatriptan 10 mg Tablet is understood to reduce the widening of these blood vessels and constrict them, helping relieve the headache and other symptoms of a migraine attack. A Rizatriptan 10 mg Tablet should not be used to prevent a migraine attack. Only use it when a migraine attack has started. Further information about “How Does Maxalt Work?” can be found in the patient information leaflet. If this is your first time using this medication it may be useful to found out more about how Maxalt works from your doctor.

    How Many Maxalt Can I Take In A Day?

    The below guide will answer “How Many Maxalt Can I Take In A Day?” Do not take more than two doses of Maxalt in a 24 hour period. For example, do not take more than two 10 mg or 5 mg tablets or oral lyophilisate in a 24 hour period. You should always wait at least two hours between doses. Taking more Maxalt than you should will result in an overdose. Signs of an overdose include dizziness, drowsiness, and vomiting, fainting and slow heart rate. Still unsure about “How Many Maxalt Can I Take In A Day?” Speak with your local pharmacist or doctor. If your condition continues to decline and never improve when taking Maxalt or other headache relieving medication, seek medical attention.

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    • Oxygen delivered by mask
    • Injectable Sumatriptan
    • Intranasal lidocaine
    • Steroids
    • Occipital nerve block

    How Long Does It Take For Maxalt To Work?

    A common question we are asked is “How long does it take for Maxalt to work?” Upon noticing headache symptoms you should immediately take a Maxalt tablet. Rizatriptan 10 mg Tablet usually starts to work within 30 minutes of taking a tablet. If the migraine improves but then comes back, wait at least two hours before taking another dose.

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  • Migraine

    A migraine  is usually a moderate or severe headache felt as a throbbing pain on one side of the head.

    Many people also have symptoms such as nausea, vomiting and increased sensitivity to light or sound.

    Migraine is a common health condition, affecting around one in every five women and around one in every 15 men. They usually begin in early adulthood.

    There are several types of migraine, including:

    migraine with aura – where there are specific warning signs just before the migraine begins, such as seeing flashing lights
    migraine without aura – the most common type, where the migraine occurs without the specific warning signs
    migraine aura without headache, also known as silent migraine – where an aura or other migraine symptoms are experienced, but a headache doesn’t develop
    Some people have migraines frequently, up to several times a week. Other people only have a migraine occasionally. It’s possible for years to pass between migraine attacks.

    When to seek medical advice
    You should see your GP if you have frequent or severe migraine symptoms.

    Simple painkillers such as paracetamol or ibuprofen can be effective for migraine. However, be careful not to take too many painkillers as this could make it harder to treat headaches over time.

    You should also make an appointment to see your GP if you have frequent migraines (on more than five days a month), even if they can be controlled with medication, as you may benefit from preventative treatment.

    Causes of migraines
    The exact cause of migraines is unknown, although they’re thought to be the result of temporary changes in the chemicals, nerves and blood vessels in the brain.

    Around half of all people who experience migraines also have a close relative with the condition, suggesting that genes may play a role.

    Some people find migraine attacks are associated with certain triggers, which can include:



    Emotional triggers:

    Physical triggers:
    poor quality sleep
    shift work
    poor posture
    neck or shoulder tension
    jet lag
    low blood sugar (hypoglycaemia)
    strenuous exercise, if you’re not used to it
    starting their period

    Dietary triggers:
    missed, delayed or irregular meals
    the food additive tyramine
    caffeine products, such as tea and coffee
    specific foods such as chocolate, citrus fruit and cheese

    Environmental triggers:
    bright lights
    flickering screens, such as a television or computer screen
    smoking (or smoky rooms)
    loud noises
    changes in climate, such as changes in humidity or very cold temperatures
    strong smells
    a stuffy atmosphere



    Treating migraines
    There’s no cure for migraines, but a number of treatments are available to help reduce the symptoms.

    These include:

    painkillers – including over-the-counter medicationssuch as paracetamol and ibuprofen
    triptans – medications that can help reverse the changes in the brain that may cause migraines
    anti-emetics – medications often used to reduce nausea and vomiting
    During an attack, many people find that sleeping or lying in a darkened room can also help.

    Preventing migraines
    If you suspect a specific trigger is causing your migraines, such as stress or a certain type of food, avoiding this trigger may help reduce your risk of experiencing migraines.

    It may also help to maintain a generally healthy lifestyle, including regular exercise, sleep and meals, as well as ensuring you stay well hydrated and limiting your intake of caffeine and alcohol.

    If your migraines are severe or you’ve tried avoiding possible triggers and are still experiencing symptoms, your GP may prescribe medication to help prevent further attacks.

    Migraines can severely affect your quality of life and stop you carrying out your normal daily activities. Some people find they need to stay in bed for days at a time.

    However, a number of effective treatments are available to reduce the symptoms and prevent further attacks.

    Migraine attacks can sometimes get worse over time, but they tend to gradually improve over many years for most people.


  • Side Effects

    Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them. The following side effects may happen with this medicine.

    In adult studies, the most common side effects reported were dizziness, sleepiness and tiredness.

    Common (affects 1 to 10 users in 100)

    tingling (paraesthesia), headache, decreased sensitivity of skin (hypoaesthesia), decreased mental sharpness, insomnia
    fast or irregular heart beat (palpitation),
    flushing (redness of the face lasting a short time)
    throat discomfort
    feeling sick (nausea), dry mouth, vomiting, diarrhoea, indigestion (dyspepsia)
    feeling of heaviness in parts of the body, neck pain, stiffness
    pain in abdomen or chest

    For a full list of the side effects see the manufacturers patient information leaflet.

  • Further Information

    Further information can be found on the manufacturers patient information leaflet.