Unless you're diabetic or have significant problems with your blood sugar levels you have no reason to be concerned.
Drugs.com offers drug information that can be presented in various degrees of detail (e.g. "concise", "detailed", "med facts", "advanced", "professional", and also "side effects"). You can tell which you're looking at by the URL: www.drugs.com/cdi
indicates consumer drug information, a more general overview that only lists the most common and the most severe side effects. You can find the more comprehensive list at http://www.drugs.com/sfx
/zomig-side-effects.html (and http://www.drugs.com/sfx/imitrex-side-effects.html for Imitrex).
Taking Imitrex rarely causes hyperglycemia but may also cause hypoglycemia. Zomig however has only been found to cause hyperglycemia (again, rarely).
DX: NDPH, Recovered(?) CRPS
RX: Lamictal, Namenda, Wellbutrin XL, Oxycodone, Oxycontin, Concerta (Methylphenidate), Clonazepam, Rozerem, Magnesium (1200 mg/d), Riboflavin (400 mg/d).
PRN: Ketamine nasal spray
, Toradol IM, Celebrex, Haloperidol, Lodine, Zofran, Phenergan, Ambien CR
rarely: Migranal, Thorazine, DHE IM, Droperidol IM, Reglan, Provigil, triptans (Imitrex, Maxalt, Relpax, Zomig, Axert, Amerge)I can be contacted personally via email at korbnep:firstname.lastname@example.org.