Whats the difference between fiorinal and fioricet?

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11 Jul 2011

Fiorinal is butalbital, aspirin and caffeine, fioricet is butalbital, acetaminophen, and caffeine.

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lala225 15 Jul 2011

but why is there 2 diff ingredients? is it for allergy? or because its a controlled substance? & is the fiorinal worse due to the aspirin? doesnt it cause more interactions with other meds?

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