In each study, approximately 40 percent of patients taking Trexima were migraine-free at two hours, compared to about 20 percent on placebo. At four hours, about two-thirds of patients taking Trexima were migraine-free, compared to about one-third of those on placebo.
In more than 1,100 patients treating more than 3,300 attacks, the overall adverse event rate, corrected for attack, was 9 percent and 7 percent in Study 1 and 13 percent and 9 percent in Study 2, for Trexima and placebo, respectively. Adverse events reported in at least 2 percent of patients within 72 hours of taking Trexima were nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, somnolence and fatigue.
About Imitrex(R) (sumatriptan succinate) Tablets
Imitrex is a prescription medication indicated for the acute treatment of migraine in adults. Imitrex should only be used when a clear diagnosis of migraine has been established. Patients should not take Imitrex if they have certain types of heart disease, history of stroke or TIAs, peripheral vascular disease, Raynaud syndrome, or blood pressure that is uncontrolled. Patients with risk factors for heart disease, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes or smoking, should be evaluated by a doctor before taking Imitrex. Very rarely, certain people, even some without heart disease, have had serious heart related problems. Patients who are pregnant, nursing, or taking medications should talk to their doctor.
About Naproxen Sodium
Naproxen sodium is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug
(NSAID) and is contained in Anaprox(R), Anaprox DS(R), Naprelan(R),
Aleve(R) and in a number of over-the-counter medications. Naproxen
sodium is indicated for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis,