I've had migraines since I was 15...I am now 67....and still getting them...if I get the aura/castellated lines /zigzag lines across my field of vision...I know I've got one coming and have about 15-20 minutes to take 2 paracetamol...which will head it off - (I also CANNOT drink coffee, which I love...it tastes foul...so I have to drink tea)....if I miss that window or wake up with migraine in progress...NOTHING tablet wise will absorb via my stomach....I can't take the injection ( not allowed) so my GP came up with the idea of motillium (Domperidone) suppositories...not the most pleasant cure...but it works - 20 minutes after inserting one I can absorb painkillers...and usually a couple of paracetamol works for me then. Unfortunately, It's now hard to get hold of...so my new GP tried prescribing Buccastem...which is placed between lip and gum and dissolves...and sometimes works....but not always. I asked my sister, who lives in France, if she could get Motillium Suppositories there...(The French used to use a lot of suppository medication) no joy, but she spoke to the pharmacist who recommended trying Vogalene (Metopimazine) suppositories... and they help. But I can hardly get meds in France as a regular way of coping.... so, does anyone know of a suppository I can get in this country to stop the stomach symptoms of non-absorption and nausea? PS...I come from a family with several migraine sufferers....bad luck with the genes eh?