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Online clinic


Explore our migraine range

Migraine relief for you

Let us help you find the right treatment

We’re here to listen and support you.

If you’re ready to explore new migraine relief options, we’ll work with you to find a medicine that’s right for you.

You’ll need to complete a consultation, so our pharmacists can assess which medicine is right for you.

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How it works

Tell us about your migraines

You’ll need to complete a short online consultation to let us know about your migraines and current health. It takes no more than 5 minutes to complete.

Select a treatment

Choose a migraine medicine from our range once you’ve completed your consultation form.

Get advice from our pharmacists

One of our pharmacists will review your responses to make sure the treatment you’ve chosen is right for your needs and lifestyle.

Have your medicine delivered for free

We’ll deliver your medicine to an address of your choice in discreet packaging so you can start to reduce the symptoms of your migraine as soon as possible.

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Why buy from Well?

  • Simple online consultation process
  • Tailored support from expert clinicians
  • Fast delivery to your door or local pharmacy
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More about migraine

Migraine is a disorder that causes headaches, as well as other symptoms like sensitivity to light and feeling sick. Learn more about migraines and treatment options below.

What is migraine?

Migraine isn’t just a headache. It can cause a wide range of symptoms and have a big impact on your life. No matter how severe your migraines are, there are ways to help manage them.

How do you know if you have migraines?

If you think you have migraine, you should talk to your GP. They’ll ask you about your symptoms and might refer you to a specialist if they think you need further help.

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What is the difference between a headache and migraine?

Migraines are a type of headache that can cause lots of different symptoms including:

  • Severe head pain
  • Sensitivity to light, smell and sound
  • Tiredness
  • Feeling or being sick
  • Problems with your vision including auras.

They typically affect women more than men.

Not all headaches are migraines. Usually, a doctor will diagnose you with migraines.

Are there different types of migraine?

There are lots of different types of migraine that affect people in different ways. However, one of the main ways that they are classified is migraines with auras and migraines without auras.

Auras are a symptom of migraines that can affect your vision. People who have them might notice flashing lights or blind spots.

How can migraines be treated?

Speaking to your GP or pharmacist about your migraines will help you find the right treatment for your needs. There are a variety of medicines available, some of them (like triptans) are designed to reduce the severity of your migraines, while others (including Botox and calcium channel blockers) help to stop migraines from happening.

The approach to treatment will depend on your lifestyle and medical history.

Approved by: Neil Raichura

GPhC Number: 2080353

Neil qualified as a Pharmacist in 2012. He has a postgraduate certificate in Independent Prescribing, with a special interest in minor ailments.