Aspirin Free Excedrin (Thread 250313)

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Patsy Says:


Could you please tell me when the aspirin free Excedrin will be back on the shelves? I am suppose to be off aspirin for 3 days before my injections with my back but I suffer such bad migraines so I can't stop taking the Excedrin Migraine for even 1 day! This is really becoming a problem for me! HELP!!!!



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Verwon Says:

HI, Patsy! Sorry about the migraines, I know they can be very miserable.

However, this website does not manufacture any products, either prescription or over the counter. It is an information only site, thus I don't have that information for you.

But I can tell you that Excedrin Migraine contains Aspirin, Acetaminophen and Caffeine, so an equivalent product to use without Aspirin would just be something that contains the Acetaminophen and Caffeine. Your pharmacist should be able to help you find something, if it's available.

Have you talked to your doctor about your migraines?

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