Welcome to Qoctor’s online prescription service, which provides treatment for Migraine. Before proceeding, we recommend you take a few minutes to learn more about this condition- there’s lots of helpful health information below.
Migraine is not the same as a headache. It is a more complex condition, which usually causes a severe throbbing headache, often associated with sensitivity to light and nausea or vomiting. Symptoms may last for hours or days. Some people get odd sensations several hours before the headache, like a change in mood or appetite. Others may get an “aura” 20-60 minutes before the headache. An aura most often involves a disturbance of vision, but less commonly may cause numbness of the arm and/or face, or problems with speech. Click here to find out more about migraine auras. If you have not been previously diagnosed with migraine or you you get these symptoms for the first time, an ambulance should be called, as it could be a stroke.
Prescription medications known as “triptans” can be very effective at stopping a migraine if taken early in an attack. If you’ve been diagnosed with migraine by a doctor and have been prescribed a triptan in the past, Qoctor can provide your repeat prescription online.
Our products & prices
Qoctor can guide you safely through the process of getting medication for Migraine.
You can choose to have a paper prescription sent to your home, workplace or local pharmacy. Or for added convenience, order your medication online- Qoctor can send it to you via express delivery, wherever you are in Australia!
- Qoctor’s online doctor fee is just $19.99- this includes standard postage for your prescription or medication.
- If you’re just getting a paper prescription, that’s it!
- If you order medication for delivery, the pharmacy price of the product you choose will make up the rest of the cost
- If you want express delivery for any of these, it’s an extra $4.99
- And we’ll always let you know about cheaper generic versions, where available!
Simply select one of the medications below and we’ll take you through a series of important questions to make sure it’s the right choice for you.
If you ever notice your headaches are worsening or changing, you should see a doctor in person.
Compare medications and select the one you want
Qoctor prescribes a number of triptans for migraine. Different triptans suit different people- there’s no “best triptan”. So if the first one doesn’t work or causes side effects, it may be worth trying another one. It’s advised you try a triptan for 3 migraines before moving onto the next.
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|Generic Eletriptan||Eletriptan||40mg||4||5||$19.99 – $39.98||none||19.99|
|Generic Naratriptan||Naratriptan||2.5mg||2||5||$19.99 – $33.49||none||19.99|
|Generic Rizatriptan||Rizatriptan||10mg||2||5||$19.99 – $27.99||none||19.99|
|Generic Sumatriptan||Sumatriptan||50mg||2||5||$19.99 – $49.98||none||19.99|
|Generic Sumatriptan FDT (Fast Disintegrating Tablet)||Sumatriptan||50mg||2||5||$19.99 – $54.98||none||19.99|
|Generic Sumatriptan Nasal Spray||Sumatriptan||10mg||2||5||$19.99 – $42.98||none||19.99|
|Generic Zolmitriptan||Zolmitriptan||2.5mg||2||5||$19.99 – $29.99||none||19.99|
|Imigran||Sumatriptan||50mg||2||5||$19.99 – $49.98||Generic Sumatriptan 50||19.99|
|Imigran FDT (Fast Disintegrating Tablet)||Sumatriptan||50mg||2||5||$19.99 – $54.98||none||19.99|
|Imigran Nasal Spray||Sumatriptan||10mg||2||5||$19.99 – $42.98||none||19.99|
|Maxalt||Rizatriptan||10mg||2||5||$19.99 – $28.99||Generic Rizatriptan 10||19.99|
|Naramig||Naratriptan||2.5mg||2||5||$19.99 – $33.49||none||19.99|
|Relpax||Eletriptan||40mg||4||5||$19.99 – $39.98||none||19.99|
|Zomig||Zolmitriptan||2.5mg||2||5||$19.99 – $31.49||Generic Zolmitriptan 2.5||19.99|
Common Questions and Answers
Health Library- Headaches & Migraine
5 headaches that worry doctors Headaches are very common. From tension headaches to migraines, your average GP will see a few patients with a headache every day, and most are nothing to worry about. But there are a few warning signs that doctors look out for, which may mean your headache is more serious, and needs more investigating. Here are 5 of the “red flags” that should never be ignored. Learn more about our online doctor services A “Thunderclap Headache” If a headache comes on very suddenly and severely, it may be a subarachnoid haemorrhage. This is a serious bleed in the brain, which can be fatal. Early diagnosis can be life-saving. People who have had this type of headache often say it felt like a blow to the back of the head- the worst headache of their life. Some people lose [...]
A migraine is not just a bad headache! It can be a much more complex condition-and some people experience symptoms that are pretty strange. Migraine usually involves a severe throbbing headache behind one eye, difficulty being in the light, and nausea or vomiting , and an episode can last from hours to days. Sometimes people get odd sensations many hours before the headache occurs, like a change in mood or appetite. Click here to get your online medical certificate now So what's an aura? Just before the headache starts, some people develop an “aura”- this most commonly involves a disturbance in vision- which may include flashes of light, blind spots or shimmering lines. A migraine aura may also cause numbness which affects the arm and then face (though usually there are visual symptoms too). Even less commonly, it may involve difficulty speaking. Sufferers feel the [...]
Migraine is a common condition affecting about 1 in 5 Australians at some time in their life. It is much more common in women than men. Some people get migraines very frequently, others get them rarely. Migraine usually causes a severe throbbing headache behind one eye, difficulty being in the light, and nausea or vomiting. Symptoms may last for hours or days. The 3 types of migraine (1) Migraine without aura (common) (2) Migraine with aura (common) (3) Hemiplegic migraine (rare) Click here to get your online medical certificate Whats a migraine aura? Just before the headache starts, some people develop an “aura” lasting 20 to 60 minutes. An aura most often involves a disturbance of vision. Less commonly, migraine sufferers will develop numbness during their aura, which may affect the arm and then face (though usually there are visual symptoms too). Even less commonly, an [...]