Can you call me in some Relpax for Migraines?

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    I was wondering can you call me in some Relpax for migraine headache and can it be taken with Luvox? Leslie.


    Full Answer:

    Dear Leslie;


    No, we can't call in Relpax or any medication for you. It's illegal for doctors to prescribe for patients they haven't examined.


    For information ONLY - Some of the triptans can be taken with Luvox, but Relpax is contraindicated and should not be taken within 72 hours of Relpax. This is general information for you only, not an answer to your question. It is not safe for anyone other than your own doctor to answer this question. Not only do these two medications need to be considered, they also need to be considered in the context of all medications you take - prescription and over-the-counter - as well as your complete medical history.

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    John Claude Krusz and Teri Robert



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Published On: September 05, 2012