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Table. 3.

Table. 3.

Assessment of preventive medications for migraine13

Established efficacyProbably effectivePossibly effective
Antiepileptic drugsaAntidepressantsACE inhibitors: Lisinopril
Divalproex sodiumaAmitriptylineα-agonists
Valproate sodiumaVenlafaxineClonidine
Topiramateaβ-blockersGuanfacine
β-blockersAtenololAntiepileptic drugs: Carbamazepine
MetoprololNadololβ-blockers
PropranololNebivolol
TimololPindolol
Triptans: FrovatriptanbAntihistamines: Cyproheptadine
OnabotulinumtoxinAcAngiotensin receptor blockers: Candesartan

ACE = angiotensin-converting-enzyme.

Not for use in women of childbearing potential who are not using an appropriate method of birth control.

Short-term prevention of menstrual migraine.

For prevention of chronic migraine.

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