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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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My husband has a prescription for migraine headaches: ASA 325/BUTALBITAL

My husband has a prescription for migraine headaches: ASA 325/BUTALBITAL 50/CAFF 40MG CAP. He recently had taken this drug for a headache and had 2 drinks (probably martinis or scotch) and was inebriated when normally the 2 drinks would not affect him this way. Should he refrain from drinking when taking this medication? He thinks not.
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