methysergide - oral


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WARNING: When used for an extended time, methysergide has infrequently caused abnormal thickening of heart valves and of the lining of the lungs/abdomen. Therefore, methysergide should be used only when the headaches are frequent and severe. Patients must be under close medical supervision.

Tell your doctor immediately if you develop chest pain, difficulty breathing, backache, trouble urinating, unusual tiredness, numbness or tingling of the hands or feet, or fast heartbeat.

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