Inability to focus or lack of attention due to migraine or triptans?

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Dec
2009
Inability to focus or lack of attention due to migraine or triptans?

I went to bed last night with a migraine, took Zomig and finally fell asleep. Woke up with it coming back full force; drank coffee, took exedrin, and other tricks we all have tried rather then "cave" and take the meds. Needless to say I ended up taking more Zomig, and finally the pain and other symptoms receded.

I have a question for others...I notice that even though the pain and other symptoms are gone, and I have [......]
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