You should be able to. They warn against certain anti-depressants and excedrin, as they can make you bruise or bleed more easily, but since it's an anticonvulsant, you should be fine. (I take both and I've never had issues.)
You take Relpax at the very onset of a migraine. If that does not work in a couple of hours, yes you could take some Excedrin.
NO. Do not take them together. Bad side effects will happen due to drug interaction.
It is best not to mix medications. Some meds do not mix well together.
When it comes to drug interaction, you should call your local pharmacy & speak to the pharmacist. He/She will be able to tell you "for sure" whether there is a problem mixing the two drugs. Better to be safe than sorry.
According to my doctor, lamotrigine therapy prevents from there being a manic reaction to the citalopram which is frequent in some patients.
Yes, you can take Excedrin and antibiotics together. Excedrin generally contains three ingredients - acetaminophen (Tylenol), aspirin, and caffeine. None of these should interact with antibiotic.
Excedrin and Theraflu both contain acetaminophen, the pain-killing ingredient in Tylenol. Acetaminophen is very dangerous in high doses, and it's even more dangerous when alcohol is in your system. Combining Excedrin and Theraflu is therefore not a good idea.
No, you can only take drugs when a Doctor has prescribed them for you. To do anything else puts your life at risk.
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Excedrin PM is designed to make you sleepy. If you take it in the morning, it may make you lethargic.
Yes, you can take methadone and Excedrin Migraine together. Methadone is a synthetic opiate medication used to treat pain and also combat the withdrawal symptoms of heroin. It is used to treat heroin withdrawal because it puts an opiate in the system of the patient, but does not provide the euphoric rush that heroin does. Excedrin Migraine contains acetaminophen (Tylenol), aspirin (an NSAID), and caffeine. None of the ingredients in Excedrin Migraine should interfere with methadone use.
Yes but the caffeine in Excedrin will keep you awake instead of help you sleep.