I've read some posts about pain meds being a problem both in nursing and nursing school (in terms of not wanting nurses/students to be on these medications while doing patient care). The most I can find on Migrazone (for migraines) is it has a "sedative" in it. Anyone have an idea if it's something the 'powers above' wouldn't want a nurse/student nurse taking?
I tried doing some searches, both on the forums here and the net but I
perhaps don't know the right place to search!
Oct 28, '05
Having delt with migraines for a number of years I can say your going to have more problems with the headache its self with work than with this med. It is one of the first line drugs that doctors try. A first I didn't know what it was, but after searching its also called Midrin. Personally and professionally I can tell you if it works good for you, but more often than not it is useless, your better off trying Excedrin its cheaper.
As far a worrying about the sedation- having talked with a neurologist the best treatment for migraine other than prevention actually it to induct sedation to allow one to sleep uninterrupted for 8-10 hrs.
Last edit by rjflyn on Oct 28, '05