Relpax contains eletriptan hydrobromide, a medication used to treat migraine headaches. You can buy Relpax through this website with an approved prescription from our doctor.
Is Relpax suitable for me?
Relpax is not suitable for everyone. Do not take Relpax if:
- You are allergic to eletriptan
- You have heart disease or any history of heart disease
- You have uncontrolled high blood pressure
- You have blood circulation problems
- Your headache is different to your usual migraine
- You have had a stroke
- You have severe liver or kidney disease
How should I take Relpax?
You should take Relpax exactly as instructed by your doctor or pharmacist. Read the information leaflet provided with your medication for additional information. Relpax does not have dosing schedule as it is used as needed. Typically, patients take one tablet with a full glass of water. If the headache does not go away another tablet may be taken after 2 hours. Contact your doctor if symptoms do not improve before taking any additional dose. Maximum dose in 24 hours is 80mg.
What are Relpax side effects?
Relpax side-effects include:
- tight feeling in the jaw and/or neck
- chest pain, especially a pain spreading to the shoulders/arms
- stomach pain and bloody diarrhea
- numbness and tingling or blue colour in extremeties (fingers and toes)
- dizziness, weakness