Migratine

Active Ingredient(s): Acetaminophen + Dichloralphenazone + Isometheptene
Category: Migraine / Tension Headache



Migratine Overview

Amidrine, Midrin, Nodolor, Duradrin, IDA, Migquin, Migrin-A, Migrazone or Epidrine is a combination drug consisting of paracetamol, dichloralphenazone and isometheptene used to treat migraines and severe, refractory headaches.[1] Components Paracetamol, also known as acetaminophen, is a common over-the-counter pain reliever and fever reducer. Dichloralphenazone is a prodrug of two pharmacologically distinct agents: the sedative agent, chloral hydrate, as well as antipyrine,...

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red and white capsule with epi 101 printed on it

SUPPOSED TO BE FOR MIGRAINE? ## Yes, that is exactly what it is, a generic for a medication called Migratine. It contains Dichloraphenazone 100mgs, Acetaminophen 325mgs and Isometheptene 65mgs.

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red pill with I-max 100 what is it?

I have call the phramcy and no one know what this pill is. I gave it to my husband by mistake, It is my step fathers and he said it was a pain killer. I gave him 3. What should I do? ## Well, as long as he did not o.d. then he should be fine. The pill you're describing is called Migratine which is a combination of drugs used to treat migraines.

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Acetaminophen + Dichloralphenazone + Isometheptene
  • Capsule: 325mg + 100mg + 65mg
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

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