Oranges - Do they give you migraines?

Seaine at 03h06
Oranges - Do they give you migraines?

Hi everyone I am just wondering, I know I have seen posts before about lemons or oranges causing migraines. Can anyone who has experienced this describe it?

I have recently changed my Triptan - from Frova to Imitrex. Imitrex is far cheaper than Frova and that's my only reason for switching. I actually like Frova better.

But anyways, ever since I've been on Imitrex it seems like maybe my digestive system isn't working as great. I never noticed anything [......]
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