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  1. M.N.
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    Is Relpax effective for auras alone? I used to get migraines irregularly when I was younger until about age 50 when I would get rare auras without headaches. Just in the past two weeks I have gotten auras, the last ones (today) never really going away… had to go about with sunglasses or rest with eyes closed. (I am now 62.) If I venture outside for long (even with sunglasses) it comes back again.
    Seems to be light-triggered, but I’m guessing it is more complex than that. Who should I have check this out… primary dr.? eye dr.? neurologist?
    People’s Pharmacy response: Start with the PCP; he or she will help you figure out if the eye doctor or neurologist should be next.

  2. df
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    Relpax is the only medicine to help my migraines. Imitrex wasn’t effective enough and maxalt was short lived with a strong mint flavour that was difficult to tolerate when feeling ill from the migraine.

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