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Old 02-15-2022, 09:40 PM #1
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Default CGRP antagoinsts?

Out of all the CGRP antagonists, what is the best? THe main ones I've seen are Nurtec ODT, Ubrelvy, or Quilipta? Which would be the best, the all use the same mechanism.
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dx: fatigue,, esophageal motility disorder, , SOB at times(asthma), insomnia, anxiety.

fatigue, insomnia


neurontin
omega 3 fish oil, b complex,
acid blocker(famotidine)
Lopressor
Levalbuterol(xopenex)
NAC
low dose aspirin


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Prozac
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