Muscle aches effect of Sumatriptan

We have 152 consumer reports for Sumatriptan. Muscle aches effect occurred in 3%.

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Sumatriptan Circle Diagram 5 consumers of 152 reported about Muscle aches

  1. Robin L. Robinson says:
    3.0 rating

    Sumatriptan for Migraine

    Sumatriptan, when taken early, works very well and also fast. With me always the same side effects occur. Cold sweat on the skin, extreme thirst, bone or muscle pain, tiredness, low resilience. Otherwise, I tolerate the drug well and do not need any drops of stomach.

    Side effects: Thirst; Sweat; Muscle aches; Fatigue
  2. Bettina M. Gonzales says:
    4.0 rating

    Sumatriptan for Migraine

    Sumatriptan 50 mg works for me after about 1 to 2 hours, then I’m well over the day. For about a year I have quite a joint pain, muscle pain, and especially tingling and numbness in the right arm to the hand. I’m not sure if it could possibly be Sumatriptan. I have been taking Sumatriptan 8 to 10 times a month for a year.

  3. Gracie D. Diaz says:
    4.5 rating

    I have been suffering from migraines all my life. Although taking a beta-blocker for several years, but Sumatriptan was after 40 years, the miracle cure. Before, nothing helped – aspirin, paracetamol, iboprofen, ergolonaride … the whole program. If the migraine strikes me then I take half a tablet (which is sufficient in 90% of the cases) or the other half if necessary afterwards. Unfortunately, I struggle after taking about 1-2 hours under severe nausea which then sets again. After a whole pill I have muscle pain in the neck and arms sometimes in the legs, so I’m glad if half a tablet is enough.

    Side effects: Muscle aches; Nausea
  4. Ronald R. Wolf says:
    4.5 rating

    Sumatriptan for Migraine

    Take Sumatriptan for years (migraine for 32 years) and it’s the best remedy I’ve got so far. Had to change constantly before, because habituation occurred. It is best to take the tablet with liquid at the very first sign. Then the side effects such as dizziness, poor concentration, mild nausea, muscle pain are not so strong. The effect usually starts after 15-20 minutes and lasts for a relatively long time. One side effect, which I have not read here, is the following: the skin is very sensitive in the next few hours and even lukewarm water is perceived as boiling hot. But all this is more bearable than the terrible headache. As long as Sumatriptan helps me, I will not change. One more tip: Foot reflexology massage helps – even to relax!