I am just so frustrated. I hope you are not getting sick of my posts. difficult child is very fearful of a bad headache returning. Medication instructions from ER doctor: difficult child may take up to 3 advil at a time. difficult child may take up to 2 Excedrin Migraine at a time difficult child may take 2 tylenol #3's at a time. Advil and Excedrin must be 4 - 6 hours apart. Tylenol #3 may be given one hour after either Advil or Excedrin but must wait 4 - 6 hour for more tylenol #3. Suggested we try Excedrin first because caffeine is good for headaches. (we always did Advil first followed by Excedrin) Two hours after we returned home from ER he took Advil, afraid that his headache was returning. That early evening he took tylenol #3. Head was hurting and he was terrified it would get as bad as it was that morning. (I was sleeping when he took this) Just before I left for work husband went to get Excedrin Migraine for him as we were out. Friday morning difficult child calls to tell me easy child is over and asks if he can go to his house. (easy child also lives with two other guys) I tell him sure. About an hour later difficult child calls me and asks if he can take two Excedrin Migraine his head was hurting and it was starting to get bad. I asked him if he took it with him over there and he says yes. I asked if he had taken any medication prior in the day. he says no. OK. difficult child calls me an hour after this. He says "mom, easy child had this powder and it took my headache away in like five minutes!!" he was so excited. MY heart skipped a few beats. Me...what kind of powder? difficult child...I don't know, powder. me..let me speak to easy child please. easy child..hello.... me...WHAT POWDER.. easy child..it's called BC. It has aspirin and caffiene in it. Same as excedrin. Me..are you sure that is all. easy child..says ages 12 and older. Me...ok. bye So I am all worried. I googled it. Still I am worried. Too much medication. AND the fact that someone can say it will help your headache and he just does it. difficult child is usually so social, over at peoples houses and doing things. He has not left the house in about two weeks. Shaky - scared of a bad headache.