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can i take excedrin while im taking feverfew?

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Dr. James Marx
Pain Management 48 years experience
How Much Excedrin?: A more important issue is how ofter you take the excedrin. You may be causing rebound headaches which in many ways are more difficult to treat than migraine. Feverfew is a popular herb that seems to prevent migraine.I am not aware of any major interactions as does st. John's wort, for example. It is probably more important to limit your Excedrin than worry about the feverfew interactions.
Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry 25 years experience
Anticoagulants: Excedrin contains aspirin which can effect blood clotting. Are you taking a lot of Excedrin or a lot of feverfew over time? If yes, this could effect bruising/ bleeding.

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