Rehaler is for the great majority of migraine patients safe and with no long-term side effects. However, the treatment should for reasons of safety not be used by individuals with any of the contraindications listed below. If you are unsure whether you can use the Rehaler treatment, please contact us directly at
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List of contraindications
Pulmonary disease (e.g. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), pulmonary fibrosis, acute asthma, acute pneumonia or a bad cold).
Neuralgia/neuritis, epilepsy, intercranial hypertension, current or previous aneurysm in the brain, other brain- or nerve disease besides migraine, as well as patients previously operated in the brain (including stenting).
Pregnancy or breast-feeding.
Children below the age of 18.
Rehaler should not be used on an airplane and/or at 2000 meters or more above sea level.