Is Excedrin Extra Strength still available?

Is Excedrin Extra Strength still available?

Is Excedrin® being discontinued? No, Excedrin® products have not been discontinued. We experienced a temporary supply issue with Excedrin® Extra Strength and Migraine products, which has since been resolved.

Is Excedrin Extra Strength the same as Tylenol?

Both Excedrin Extra Strength and Tylenol® Extra Strength include acetaminophen, an analgesic that relieves pain and reduces fever. But Excedrin Extra Strength contains two additional active ingredients, aspirin and caffeine.

Is Tylenol Extra Strength good for migraine?

*Clinical studies have proven that an acetaminophen and caffeine combination relieves headache pain more effectively than acetaminophen alone. For effective relief of: Headaches. Mild to moderate migraine pain.

Which is better Excedrin Migraine or extra strength?

Excedrin Extra Strength and Excedrin Migraine contain the same strengths of the same ingredients. However, their labeling is different. Excedrin Extra Strength is used to help relieve minor aches and pains associated with a headache, cold, arthritis, muscle ache, toothache, or premenstrual/menstrual cramps.

Which is stronger Excedrin Migraine or extra strength?

Which is better Advil or Excedrin?

Research shows that the ingredients in Excedrin Migraine are more effective at reducing migraine symptoms and kick in about 16 minutes faster than the ibuprofen in Advil Migraine. The two options may also cause different side effects, which we’ll discuss more below.

Is Tylenol Extra Strength good for headaches?

Containing 500 mg of acetaminophen, TYLENOL® Extra Strength Caplets help temporarily reduce fever in adults and children 12 years and older, and provide powerful relief of tension headaches, minor back and muscle pain, minor arthritis pain and more.

What can I take instead of Excedrin?

These non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are possible Excedrin Migraine alternatives that may help you cope with the pain of a migraine:

  • Ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil)
  • Naproxen (Aleve, Naprosyn)
  • Aspirin.

What is the best migraine medicine over-the-counter?

Which OTC drugs are commonly recommended to treat migraine headaches? NSAIDS — or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs — are the first line of treatment when it comes to migraines. These include ibuprofen, which is known by the brand names of Motrin and Advil; and naproxen, which is known as Aleve.

Can I take 3 Excedrin Extra Strength at once?

As far as frequency, you should not take more than 2 caplets or gel tabs within a 24-hour period. Talk to your provider If your symptoms persist or worsen.