What can I take instead of Excedrin migraine?

March 17th, 2020

This is the question that migraine sufferers who have been taking Excedrin have been asking now that the production of Excedrin migraine has been discontinued until further notice.  According to the American Migraine Foundation, both caplet and gel-tablets of Excedrin Extra Strength and Excedrin Migraine will be temporarily unavailable as GlaxoSmithKline works to resolve an inconsistency in how the ingredients are weighed. They go on to say, that this could actually be the ticket to reducing your migraine attacks because taking over-the-counter or prescription medications too frequently can actually cause Medication Overuse Headache (recurring migraines).  Not only does overuse make the medication less effective over time, it also causes pain between attacks and may trigger more frequent attacks.  Lastly, overuse can cause episodic (occasional migraines) to be come chronic.What can I take instead of Excedrin Migraine?


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