If you've ever suffered a migraine, you know that one of the worst symptoms is the queasy feeling that accompanies your throbbing head. That nausea makes it hard to swallow anything, let alone a pain reliever and a glass of water.
To the rescue: a one-dose shot of a pain reliever called sumatriptan. The injection, marketed by Dr. Reddy, a pharmaceutical company in India, looks more like a magic marker and can only be prescribed by a health professional. But you give yourself the shot in the arm or leg, and then toss the container away.
The Food and Drug Administration has just approved this disposable injection, so chances are it will be available soon. Talk to your doctor to see if this injection is right for you.
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