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Migraine tablet being dropped into a glass of water. Migraine is caused by temporary widening of the blood vessels in the brain, which gives symptoms of severe headache and often photophobia (dislike of bright light). Migraine is treated with analgesic (pain-killing) drugs. This is an aspirin-based tablet. Aspirin is often combined with other drugs, for example caffeine and paracetamol, in migraine remedies.
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