New Migraine Treatments 2021

Last updated: 13 November 2023

New Migraine Treatments 2021

You can legally access new medicines, even if they are not approved in your country.

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What is Migraine?

A migraine is a moderate to severe headache described as a beating pain on one side of the head. It can be accompanied by other symptoms, including sensitivity to sounds and light, or feeling sick (nausea, vomiting).

Although the exact causes of migraine attacks are still unknown, multiple studies have confirmed that release of calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) is increased during acute migraine attacks.

The inhibition of CGRP and its receptor has proved effective in migraine pain relief, which suggests that it does contribute to the onset of a migraine.2

Is there a cure for Migraine?

A migraine cure is not yet available, so treatment aims to relieve symptoms.

Among the medication typically used are:

  1. Painkillers
  2. Triptans, to help reverse changes in the brain that may result in a migraine attack
  3. Antiemetics to reduce nausea and vomiting

What are the newest treatments and medications for Migraine?

Several medicines have been approved for treating migraines. Here are some chronic migraine treatments:

Why access new Migraine medication with is registered in The Hague with the Dutch Ministry of Health (registration number 16258 G) as a pharmaceutical wholesale distributor. We have helped patients from over 85 countries to access thousands of medicines including. With a prescription from your treating doctor, you can count on our expert team to safely and legally guide you to access a new migraine medication in 2020. If you or someone you know are looking to access a medicine that is not yet approved where they live, we can support you. Contact us for more information.


  16. Vyepti (eptinezumab jjmr)-
  17. Ubrelvy (ubrogepant) -
  18. Nurtec ODT (rimegepant) -

Disclaimer: This article is not meant to influence or impact the care provided by your treating physician. Please do not make changes to your treatment without first consulting your healthcare provider. This article is not intended to diagnose or treat illness or to influence treatment options. is as diligent as possible in compiling and updating the information on this page. Howeve, does not guarantee the correctness and completeness of the information provided on this page.