Is there a new shot or nasal spray for migraine headaches?
The triptans that are available now have been available for some time now. It doesn't look like there is much interest from the pharmaceutical companies in making sure that every triptan that comes out also comes out with an injection, dissolving tablet, or nasal spray.
Keep in mind that just because you have tried one triptan medication does not mean you will respond the same to all of them. Many people respond better to one than another.
Imitrex: tablet, nasal spray, injection
Zomig: tablet, nasal spray, orally disintegrating tablet
Maxalt: tablet, orally disintegrating tablet
Treximet is the newest of the bunch. It contains Imitrex along with the main ingredient in Aleve (which can help it last longer, reduce inflammation better). If you absolutely need to have your triptan as an injection, you may want to try taking Imitrex as an injection, and then once the nausea dies down - taking a couple Aleve (or prescription Naproxen).
they can be received in a shot form (inactivated) or nasal spray (activated)
According to the CDC, it will not be a problem. In fact you could take the two shots at the same time. It is the A-H1N1/09 nasal spray that can't be taken at the same time as the seasonal nasal spray.
Actually you can take them at the same time. You can not mix the vaccines in the same shot, but you can take them in separate shots at the same time. You can also take one by nasal spray and the other by injection at the same time. The only combination that doesn't work is to take both the seasonal vaccine and the H1N1/09 vaccine by nasal spray at the same time. The nasal spray… Read More
Yes. Every time I take my shot I have the most horrendous migraine which lasts 2 weeks or more. It took me awhile to realize it was the allergy shot doing it because it does get rid of itching eyes sinusitis etc., Do think that if one is prone to migraine the serum itself acts like a tyramine-food monoamine substance in the blood stream of the migraine prone person,. I will no longer be taking… Read More
Depo Provera is a hormone shot. Many Migraines and headaches are hormonally related. If the Depo Provera is triggering your headaches, when it wears off it should usually stop triggering them. Sometimes the problem is more complex however, and for appropriate diagnosis and treatment of Migraine and headache disorders, please seek the help of a board certified Headache Specialist.
Having them now, its awful! Some say you get them when you come off the HCG and others say you get them the days you take the shot. That really doesn't help clear things up. :)
Yes, the shot, but not the nasal spray made with live attenuated viruses in the vaccine. See the related questions below for many more details about autoimmune disease and impaired immune systems in the flu.
you can get a nasal spray vaccine instead of a shot hydrate alot to wash the sickness out of the system there are three types of influenza type a type b and type c
Well, in our school, we had the choice of the nasal spray or the shot. You had a choice and I as a smart person chose nasal spray. So im not really sure if it hurts, but I think it is the same as any other injection. Hope I helped! PS: I live in Eagle River Alaska PPS: Yoshi rox! No one loves Yoshi more than I do!
In the US, pregnant women can get the injection but not the nasal spray vaccine. The virus in the vaccine that is made to be used in a shot is dead/deactivated. The virus in the vaccine that is made to be used as a nasal spray is weakened (attenuated), it is not strong enough to make you sick, but there have not been clinical trials or approval for use of nasal spray vaccinations for swine… Read More
No. The shot contains a killed version of the virus, and while the nasal spray does contain a live version of the virus, it has been modified to be too weak to be able to cause the flu.
there are two 2 differenct vaccines for the swine flu because people who are needles phobic prefer the nasal spray whereas everyone else would prefer the shot. I prefer the shot only because research it works better than the nasal, i would rather have pain and not the swine flu. wouldn't you?? (note this is my opinion ask your doc for more info.) hope this helps =]
If they do not have the flu themselves, then no, you will not have virus to shed and no one with a healthy immune system can get the flu from someone because they just had a shot. The virus that is put into the vaccines is either totally inactivated ("dead") or it is weakened by a chemical process so that it can not give someone the flu. The 2009 Swine Flu vaccine is made from… Read More
There is a drug called Tamiflu that is an anti-viral drug that is used to help your immune system fight the flu. Flu vaccinations prevent the flu but they do not fight the flu if you already have it. The vaccines can be administered either by injection as a flu shot or can be given by intra-nasal route with a nasal spray preparation.
What are the recommendations for flu vaccinations in pregnancy from the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists?
In the US, pregnant women can get the injection but not the nasal spray vaccine. The virus in the vaccine that is made to be used in a shot is dead/deactivated. The virus in the vaccine that is made to be used as a nasal spray is attenuated/weakened ("attenuated" means it is not strong enough to make you sick), but there have not been clinical trials or approval for use of nasal spray vaccinations for… Read More
Yes. You can also get a nasal version where you have to sniff it. Personally, the shot didn't hurt.
It isn't possible for a flu shot to give someone the flu. The shot is made from inactive ("dead") virus particles that can not cause infection. They just provide the "pattern" of that particular virus strain to cause your immune system to react by making the right antibodies that will "kill" the same strain (pattern) of flu if a "live" particle ever does enter your body. It is unlikely, but possible, for the flu vaccine… Read More
It's a possibility.
First, the pediatrist has to use a shot to make your toe numb for when he cuts the ingrown toenail. So the shot doesn't hurt, he will spray some cold spray on it. the cold spray stings a little, but it helps not to feel the shot as much. Yes, that means you will feel the shot but it won't nesessarily hurt. After that, he will do his job in fixing your ingrown toenail.
Is there any danger for someone taking the drug interferon for melonoma being around a baby who just received an immunization shot?
With influenza vaccinations, if the child had the vaccine given by injection (flu shot) and not by nasal spray, then the vaccine would have been made from inactivated viruses and not from weakened, but still live, viruses. The live virus vaccines are the ones that have potential infection problems for the immunocompromised person.
Vaccinations can be given through several methods. The most popular of which is by syringe in the form of a shot. These are most often intramuscular, but some are also given as an intradermal injection (in the tissue between the layers of skin) and as subcutaneous injections. Another method is through nasal spray. And some vaccinations have been given with tines or scratches just into the top layers of the skin. There are also some… Read More
Is it safe for your child to get the H1N1 vaccine between his 1st and 2nd dose of the seasonal flu vaccine?
Yes, if they are getting both vaccines by injections. That timing of the two kinds of vaccinations (seasonal flu shot and swine flu shot) is not a problem, in fact they could be given at the same time. This is not true for the nasal mist vaccinations, however. You can NOT take a nasal flu mist for swine flu at the same time as you take a nasal flu mist for seasonal flu. They can… Read More
No. In some cases you are much less likely to. Scenario #1: You get a flu shot for the seasonal flu. If you are exposed to the A-H1N1/09 Swine Flu at any time before or after the seasonal flu shot, you will be no more or less likely to get A-H1N1/09 than if you hadn't had the shot. You will, however, be much less likely to get the seasonal flu after taking the flu shot… Read More
No, not when you have the flu shot since it is made with "dead"/inactive viruses or pieces of the virus and can't give you the flu, it will only cause your body to respond as if you had the flu (it is "tricked"). However, the nasal spray vaccine that is available in the US is made from live attenuated viruses. Attenuated simply means "weakened". They are chemically made too weak to give a person who… Read More
The nasal forms of the flu vaccines are used as an aerosol mist that you sniff, there is no shot or needle involved. They squirt it up your nose, and then the stuff goes down your throat. It's great if you hate shots, but you taste it all day down the back of your throat.
yes you can get a headache and you could also get a fevr with it....suscribe by a doctor
It is possible to symptoms OF the flu from a nasal mist, but not a shot. (Symptoms, not the actual thing) The shot is a few archaebacteria that have been mostly shutdown by disinfectants and medicinal combinations, whereas the nasal mist is still an active variation of the virus that is simply non-infectious. If you have any flu symptoms before or after your shot, it means the infectious version of the flu has entered your… Read More
You can take the H1N1/09 swine flu shot and a nasal mist for the seasonal flu at the same time. There would be no reason to take the swine flu shot at the same time as the swine flu nasal mist since both do the same thing, so that should not be done. You can take a swine flu nasal mist at the same time as a seasonal flu shot. You can NOT take a… Read More
the shot is a dead and deactivated virus. it can NOT make you sick with the disease. the mist is alive but weakened. it is not recommended for asthmatics because it could give them the disease.
Two. In the 2010-2011 flu season in the Northern Hemisphere, the vaccine for the H1N1/09 virus is available included in the regular seasonal flu vaccination. There are two types of these vaccines, one for injection and one for nasal spray administration. There is no need for a separate swine flu shot this year like in the pandemic of 2009.
ROACH SPRAY! RAID IS BEST. OR H0T SHOT.
Hot Shot Bed bug and Flee spray
Depo Provera lists headache as a potential side effect.
Pyrethrins. you can buy it as a spray called hot shot.
1,2,3,4,5,6 When you're 7,8,9 or 10 you can choose what to get
You put on quick shot or you should use bug spray outside
It isn't possible for a flu shot to give someone the flu. The shot is made from inactive ("dead") virus particles that can not cause infection. Only the nasal spray vaccine might possibly, under rare circumstances, give someone the flu. The ability of flu vaccine to protect a person depends on two things: 1) the age and health status of the person getting vaccinated, and 2) the similarity or "match" between the virus strains in… Read More
More or less. The flu and influenza mean the same thing. Flu is just a shortened version of the word. The flu vaccine is sometimes given by injection into a muscle. The flu injection, flu shot, flu vaccination, influenza injection, influenza shot and influenza vaccination are all talking about the same thing. The only differentiating part is that when you say influenza vaccine, you may be referring to the vaccine that is given in the… Read More
As long as you don't have a high fever, mild cold symptoms should not stop you from getting the flu shot. However, it is better to wait until after the cold symptoms to use a nasal mist vaccination.
Is there a way to cure migraine headaches your Dad has this really bad He takes ibuprofen but sometimes it doesn't seem to even work?
Answer For best results see a headache specialist. A headache specialist has had special training in the diagnosis and treatment of headache disorders and diseases. There is no cure for Migraine, but there are treatments. WARNING: Do not take OTC supplements, herbal preparations or medicines without contacting your physician first. These work like drugs in our systems and can have serious or even fatal side effects when taken by people with certain conditions or taking… Read More
Spray all door ways window seals and guinea pig cages with hot shot kitchen bug killer DO NOT DIRECTLY SPRAY YOUR PIGGY'S! Also spray down drains and other moist areas
hi i have been on depo since 10,19,09 i was due 7,14,10 but did not get it bcuz i was getting migraine headaches so just today i find out i have a tubal pregnancy they said it had to b withing the past 3 month but dont know how it happen b cuz i was on depo prevera it unbelievable 4 me bcuz i did not think we can get pregnant while on depo but… Read More
Yes BUT I suggest you kill it with a head shot using match or hollow point pellets. If you don't kill it with the first shot it may spray you.
the effects of love are.. durosyness, tiredness, sleeplyness, i wanna shot my loverness, annoyness, headaches, heart broken, i can get cheated onness
It is best for everyone who can to get vaccinated whether they get the shot or the nasal mist. There are specific indications for who can not take the nasal mist attenuated live vaccine. Those most at risk for complications or death from the influenza virus should also be vaccinated if they are not among those who should not use a vaccine. If everyone could get the vaccination, we would all be better protected. See… Read More
If you shoot a skunk in the head, it may still spray. Although a skunk has the ability to control when is sprays, it is also a reflex response. If shot in the head, the result may be the skunk still twitching (If you hunt, you'll know what I mean). If you have to dispatch a skunk, the best location is a shot high on it's spine column. If the spine is severed, the skunk… Read More
Try spot shot spray it on, then rub the stain vigorously with a towel or rag. then let dry
# You squeeze the button # The liquid propellant mixes with the product # Both are shot out of a tiny hole on the button
I Use Vinegar. Or go to a store and get "Spot Shot" it's a spray that cleans carpet amazingly.
I would call a doctor to see. Good luck and God Bless:)