Fioricet (Acetominophen, butalbital and caffeine pill) and Midrin (pentobarbital, isometheptene sulfate and pentobarbital) are a new type of combination migraine medications used for the treatment of severe migraine. Midrin is commonly used in conjunction with Fioricet for the treatment of mild to moderate migraine headache. It is recommended to take Fioricet with Midrin for best results.

Fioricet, like all drugs, has its side effects and interactions with other medications so it is best to talk to your doctor before taking any Fioricet product. Fioricet and Midrin can be taken together but it should not be used alone since Fioricet can interact with some medications. Fioricet and Midrin should not be taken simultaneously because it can increase your blood pressure and may make you .

Fioricet works by blocking the effects of gamma-amino butyric acid or GABA, which is produced when there is an imbalance in chemicals in the brain. GABA is usually found in the central nervous system and helps you relax and deal with stress. Fioricet reduces the effects of GABA in the central nervous system.

Fioricet has been shown to be helpful for treating some severe headache symptoms such as pain and swelling of the face, neck, back, shoulders and skull. Fioricet can help reduce the severity of migraine headaches that have caused sufferers extreme headache pain and nausea. Fioricet is commonly used in combination with other drugs for migraine treatment in order to reduce or even eliminate the frequency and intensity of migraine attacks.

Fioricet can cause serious side effects including drowsiness, sleepiness, dizziness, blurred vision, confusion, rapid heartbeat and fainting. Serious and more serious side effects of Fioricet include liver failure, respiratory problems, allergic reactions and irregular heartbeat. Liver damage can result in swelling and jaundice, a yellowing of the skin. Respiratory problems may include difficulty breathing, shortness of breath and a feeling of being lightheaded or faint. Allergic reactions may include headache, nausea and vomiting and sweating.

Fioricet should never be used in conjunction with benzodiazepines or other drugs that act in the same way as benzodiazepines. Fioricet should also never be used with other medicines that can make you drowsy or cause you to become lightheaded such as aspirin or nonprescription antidepressants. Fioricet should never be used with a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI).

Fioricet has no known side effects when used as directed by the prescribing doctor for migraine or headache relief and should be taken as directed. If you experience any unusual side effects, stop taking the drug and contact your doctor immediately. Fioricet should never be used in combination with any other drug or medication because they can cause serious or even fatal side effects.

Fioricet is an anti-depressant, which helps to reduce anxiety and panic attacks. It can help reduce the severity of migraine headaches that cause pain, dizziness, sensitivity to light and increased feelings of anxiety.

If you are pregnant, Fioricet may not be safe to take because it can cause harm to your unborn child if taken during pregnancy. Fioricet is not approved for use by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease.

Fioricet is not known to cause serious side effects and is usually considered a milder alternative to benzodiazepines, mild sedatives and minor tranquilizers. it is sometimes used to help relieve minor aches and pains and muscle spasms.

Fioricet is not known to cause drug interactions, but you should not take more than the recommended dose of this drug without consulting your doctor. If you are pregnant, Fioricet should never be used in combination with other medications and should never be taken in conjunction with MAOIs, lithium, tricyclics, benzodiazepines or other drugs that act in the same way.