You are not alone, there are approximately 10 million migraine sufferers in the UK. It is a common neurological condition in the developed world.

Migraines affect 1 in 5 women and 1 in 15 men in the UK. A reason for women experiencing migraines more frequently than men might be hormonal changes in the body, which is why some women may experience migraine attacks around the time of their period.

Migraines can occur at any stage in life, however, people mostly experience their first migraine in early adulthood.

Although migraine is not life threatening, we know how it can impact on your quality of life. Which is why MIGRALEVE™ products work to treat symptoms of migraine and provide relief. Click  here  to find out which treatment option may be best for you.


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Symptoms of a Migraine

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Potential Migraine Causes

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Treatment and Relief

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Always read the label. Ask your pharmacist for advice.

MIGRALEVE contains paracetamol, buclizine and codeine. MIGRALEVE Pink contains paracetamol, codeine and buclizine. MIGRALEVE Yellow contains paracetamol and codeine.

Can cause addiction. For three days use only. This medicine can make you feel sleepy. Do not drive while taking this medicine until you know how it makes you feel.

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