Migraine Sumatriptan Patch Zecuity Launched

Teri Robert @trobert Health Guide
  • Zecuity, the sumatriptan patch for migraine that was approved by the FDA over two years ago has now been launched and should be finding its way into pharmacies soon. Zecuity is sumatriptan, the same medication as Imitrex, in an iontophoretic transdermal system.   This patch is unlike any other p...

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Published On: August 28, 2015
3 Comments
  • zengmeiste
    Feb. 02, 2017
    It's been suspended and is no longer available :(
  • jnk
    jnk
    Sep. 04, 2015
    This is great, yet another tool for our fight against this terrible demon! There are some side effects to be concerned about, so read them carefully on the website. Just read about another one coming down the pipeline: Topofen-a gel rubbed on the skin, quickly absorbs the drug and prevents serious side effects. Keep your eyes out for that one, it is in Phase...
    RHMLucky777
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    This is great, yet another tool for our fight against this terrible demon! There are some side effects to be concerned about, so read them carefully on the website. Just read about another one coming down the pipeline: Topofen-a gel rubbed on the skin, quickly absorbs the drug and prevents serious side effects. Keep your eyes out for that one, it is in Phase II of testing.
  • Roni Jones
    Aug. 29, 2015
    Very interesting article Teri. a great read.! Even though I can't take Triptans, I like to become knowledgeable about them. Reading your articles is a good way to do so, you do not let big Pharma sway your decision making! Thank you for sharing your thoughts on this product. The patch contains the same medication as the pills, nasal spray and injections. But...
    RHMLucky777
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    Very interesting article Teri. a great read.! Even though I can't take Triptans, I like to become knowledgeable about them. Reading your articles is a good way to do so, you do not let big Pharma sway your decision making! Thank you for sharing your thoughts on this product. The patch contains the same medication as the pills, nasal spray and injections. But at a lot lower dosage. Can see where the transdermal system will be very helpful for those who have problems with nausea. But then so does the injectable version, so I guess my question is...What makes this version better, than the injectable? Does it work faster and better even at a lower dose, maybe because the patch stays on longer dispersing medication at a steady rate over a four hour period of time. Thanks for putting up with my endless questions! lol Roni