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Maxalt is a drug that is normally prescribed for treating migraine headaches experienced by adults. The drug contains rizatriptan benzoate, which is a selective 5-hydroxytryptamine1B/1D (5-HT1B/1D) receptor agonist. Maxalt will heal a migraine being experienced but will not help prevent it from occurring. Available only by prescription, the drug can be obtained as conventional tablets in variants of 5 or 10 mg tablets and also as orally disintegrating tablets known as Maxalt-MLT. Besides providing relief from migraine, the drug also relieves you from symptoms associated with migraine like nausea and sensitivity to light and sound. However, the drug is not a narcotic and does not contain aspirin or caffeine. Maxalt, in some patients, starts reacting on the condition within 30 minutes.

Maxalt 120 pills 10 mg - 59.08$
Maxalt 270 pills 20 mg - 295.48$

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Maxalt 10 mg cost $1.75. When first ordered, the vial arrived with no date information printed on the case. It took me a few weeks to figure out how read the date, but I eventually figured it out. did find the vial date printed on all the bags. They are not numbered. Rated 4 out of 5 by jmjp from Well worth the money This is first time I have purchased VIA's. When saw all the amazing reviews I figured it must be worth a try, but I was so wrong. not impressed with the vial but I will not buy from them again. Rated 1 out of 5 by ny4xr from Very Sad What a day for me. Since I have used VIA before been very satisfied with what I have received and was hoping to keep buying. This time it was a very sad experience, I called and was put on hold for a minute or two when my call went to voice mail. I called back and when the person to my right said speak a supervisor after about minute and a half I asked what is a supervisor she said don't know and I just hung up. found that to be a very sad day indeed. I have been using VIA for many years now and have never had a bad experience. Since it was a voice mail, I do not understand why the supervisor could