Novartis Pharmaceuticals announced Dec. 2002 that Sansert (methysergide) is no longer going to be available in the United States. This will create problems for those who have found that the only preventative med that is effective is Sansert. With most discontinued meds, such as certain types of Cafergot/ergotamine, the compounding pharmacists are able to make up the med. However, this will not be possible to do with Sansert. We will need to search for alternatives, and there are a number of alternatives.
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