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Lasmiditan (Reyvow) is an agent that is utilized for acute migraine treatment. It works slightly differently than triptans which I discuss on this episode.
Lasmiditan is a relatively new agent and cost will often limit its use at this time.
Rosuvastatin and sulfasalazine are two common medications that may have concentrations increase when lasmiditan is used. I discuss this in detail on this episode.
Lasmiditan is an oral tablet that is only recommended to give once per day which differs from commonly used triptans where the dose can be repeated.
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