Antimigraine drug

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Zolmitriptan, a common antimigraine medication

An antimigraine drug is a medication intended to reduce the effects or intensity of migraine headache.

Examples include triptans[1] such as zolmitriptan [2] and ergot alkaloids such as methysergide.

Antimigraine medications are classified under "N02C" in the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System

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