Breast pain effect of Sumatriptan

We have 152 consumer reports for Sumatriptan. Breast pain effect occurred in 3%.

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Sumatriptan Circle Diagram 5 consumers of 152 reported about Breast pain

  1. Sally C. Robinson says:
    3.0 rating

    Sumatriptan for Migraine

    Dizziness, drowsiness, pulse tearing, drop in blood pressure, chest pain, shortness of breath, sweating Truly allergic reaction. Permanent damage in the gastrointestinal area that could not be resolved.

  2. Elena R. Ussery says:
    4.0 rating

    Sumatriptan for Migraine

    I took this medicine at 7:00 pm at the first sign of a migraine attack. The tablet is easy to swallow. Approximately 30 minutes later, my neck was stiff. This was followed by: diarrhea, tightness in the throat, strong pressure on the upper arms and chest, heart beats, icy hands, dryness in the mouth and thirst, dizziness and problems speaking. The blood pressure fluctuated between 152/103 to 174/110, pulse between 72 and 93. Everything somehow scary. After 3 hours but somehow fell asleep and the next day still dizziness, blood pressure 150/95 and pressure in the stomach – but absolutely no headache or other migraine signs. Nevertheless, I will not take this medi again. Other allergies or drug intolerance do not exist.

    Side effects: Thirst; Breast pain; Dizziness
  3. Melissa A. Brown says:
    4.5 rating

    Sumatriptan for Migraine

    I took the drug at the first signs of migraine. After about a quarter of an hour, the pain was gone. After half an hour for the first time, tightness and pain in the throat occurred. In addition, drowsiness and drowsiness, have only sounded. Driving a car or working would not have been possible anymore. In the night, after about 5 hours, palpitations, sweats, chest pain, nausea, inner agitation, dizziness, numbness and pain in the left arm occurred. My blood pressure was 170/110 mmHg and my heart rate was 168. I was about to call the ambulance. The morning after, my blood pressure was still around 130/100 mmHg. I am a nurse by profession and know me accordingly, but I really did not find these side effects funny. Although this drug has helped with the migraine pain, I would never take it again. Especially not after I read the leaflet. Heart attack, stroke … a miracle that this drug is even allowed!

  4. Agnes D. Conatser says:
    4.5 rating

    Sumatriptan for Migraine

    Although I have only had migraines for 2 years, I have been prescribed the medication for the first time since about a year after I got migraine. 2 tablets of 50 g and two of 100 g, first try it. I tolerate the 50g quite well. Effect usually occurs in half an hour, then always get a little tired after taking. The first time I took the medicine and the 100 g, I had bad side effects, tachycardia, body aches, chest pain. My colleague thought I would kill her because I did not react to her anymore. Meanwhile, I know that I have to definitely eat something and drink before. Even if it is difficult, especially if a wg. the migraine is bad. But honestly I am not always enthusiastic when I have to take the pills, especially since the migraine is sometimes over three days and I do not always want to take a tablet, for fear of getting a headache. Besides, I do not know if I’m going to have other problems in the longer term (eg stomach problems). I have already tried to take magnesium daily, have received acupuncture, do some exercise (yoga, cycling). Unfortunately, this has not helped yet. Was now still at the naturopath and now go to the gynecologist (the pill). I hope it improves soon, as it is getting worse (seizures more often and longer, side effects: thirst, nausea, dizziness, fatigue, irritability, speech disorders, sensitivity to light and noise). Because what my neurologist advised me, I do not want in any case, namely, namely, the dose of sumatriptan can indeed increase even more and if they do not help, we just try others.