Took Two Expired Excedrin Tablets

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Yamz Says:
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Hello. I took 2 Excedrin Extra Strength tablets yesterday for pain in my neck, shoulder & arm from maybe sleeping wrong... I noticed I started feeling real nauseated & dizzy. So I went to lay down & that didn't work, so I ate dinner to see if it would stop, but no, it just got worst & I vomited everything. This morning I still feel the same & ate 1 bowl of cereal & still feel nauseated/tired, just like eewwwww.....What should I do?


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Verwon Says:

Those can be normal side effects of this medication, according to FDA reports. IT can also cause headache, nervousness, and insomnia.

Unfortunately, only time will allow it to improve, but if it continues for more than another day, or two, you should consult your doctor to be safe.

has there been any change? How are you feeling, now?

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