I was given a Watson 3220(acetaminophen,butalbital, caffine and codeine)to take for migraine headaches but it hasn't really been helping me so I was just wondering if I could take the two together and see if they help? Any information would be greatly appreciated thank you :)
I've found that often my pharmacist knows more than my doctor. I have often gotten relief for my severe migraines by taking acetaminophen, butalbital and caffeine (called Fioricet or Esgic). No codeine in it. And that along with Maxalt have also helped my migraines which my pharmacist said that there was no conflict between the two. Maxalt is a triptan in the same class as your sumatriptan. And a doctorate pharmacist that I met with at my doctor's office also said that there were no conflicts between the triptan and the acetaminophen, butalbital, caffeine pill. I don't know about the codeine, but I would trust what Kaismama told you because she is the greatest resource.
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