500mg Acetaminophen 65mg Caffeine

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Diane Says:


I have taken aspirin free excedrin for headaches for years,. Now that is off the market I have tried similar generic brands that do not work. I now have to take my prescription meds all the time. What can I do to help this situation?????



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Verwon Says:

Have you discussed the problem with your doctor?


What prescription medications do you take?


In reality, it is no better to have to take an over the counter medication, any more often than it is to take prescription medications. They all carry risks and can cause complications.


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