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  1. Joseph Pluto
    August 11, 2016

    So, can they be used interchangeably, since the ingredients and quantity of ingredients are identical?

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  2. J Shannon
    August 29, 2016

    Simply put, put the dosages for migraine and standard on the same bottle. Same product in two different packages that are completely interchangeable is deceitful.

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  3. Tab
    June 25, 2017

    So will the extra strength, I have to use more tablets rather than using less with the migraine…? I would think you would take less pills with the “extra” strength. Little confused!?

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  4. Dana Young
    February 6, 2019

    I completely agree. How can they just slap a different label on the same exact formula of headache medication and call one extra strength excedrin, while the other one says “migrain” on it and charge a higher price for the migrain label? It is the SAME EXACT active ingrediates with a different color of label and name on the bottle. And what REALLY is crazy, is the dosage instructions!!!! Migrain is suppose to be stronger. Yet the directions for use tells you to not exceed 2 tablets a day while you can take up to 8 of the extra strength a day! Am I crazy? Or shouldn’t that be the other way around?

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