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Side effects of migraine medication exedrin - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   I just have a quick question
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User :   I have had the flu all week, Today when sitting on my couch I started to experience mindgrane symtoms, so i decided to take some Excedrin Migraine as I do most of the time, alot of the time it doesnt work and my face gets numb and I end up vomiting, Today I took some layed down for a hour and my Face got numb but the mindgrain is gone, was wondering if that was normal
Doctor :   I am sorry.Can you explain what mindgrain is ?
User :   my bad i spelled it wrong, Migraine
Doctor :   oh, ok
Doctor :   Exedrin contain caffine which can cause such effects like numbness
User :   Alright so that Numbness is normal.
Doctor :   i suggest you to avoid exedrin and go for some other pain relieving measures
Doctor :   yes,
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