what to use for migraines and headaches now that Midrin and its equivalents are gone

Patients are asking what to use for migraines and headaches now that Midrin and its equivalents are gone.

Midrin (acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene) and its generics were unapproved drugs and are no longer being produced. Manufacturers will have to get FDA approval to reintroduce them.

This is making many long-term Midrin users unhappy...and has patients searching for suitable alternatives for headaches.

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