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Tylenol Pm And Alcohol L
Tylenol/Alcohol: I would not recommend drinking the same night u take the tylenol-pm. ...Read more
How much alcohol?: alcohol makes acetaminophen (tylenol) more toxic, so it depends on how much you are drinking. In general, safe drinking limits in women are no more than 1 standard drink (5 oz wine, 1 1/2 oz distilled spirits, 12 oz beer) per day, and no more than 7 drinks per week, and never more than 3 on one occasion. At a safe level, alcohol is not likely to cause harm, with or without the tylenol. ...Read more
Can u urine become discoloured after takin a regular tylenol (acetaminophen) and tylenol (acetaminophen) pm together?
Ibuprofen 800 6:30am with norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen)
Ibuprofen 400 2pm
Ibuprofen 800 10:30pm with norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen)
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I take ambien 10 and temazipam and 200mg seroquel xr and still can't sleep, will taking Tylenol (acetaminophen) pm help?
NO: You are having either drug resistance to medication or an improbable case of chronic insomnia. I suggest a sleep study to rule out obstructive sleep apnea . Ask about Rozerem (ramelteon) and Belsomra, new, non- addictive forms of sleeping medication. Ambien and temazepam are both quite sedating and potentially addictive. Speak to you prescribing physician. ...Read more
> side effects: Taken exactly as directed, it's not very dangerous especially at bedtime. But don't do things that require attention, concentration, best judgement or alertness. Don't make a habit of it w/out discussion w/ your Dr. Best! ...Read more
100% non-alcohol?: If it is absolutely alcohol free - there's no problem. If it's merely low alcohol - there might be so be certain. Make sure no one you drink with doesn't understand how very important it is - sometimes friends just think you're being too careful and will try to pass one on you. Be clear about it and you'll be ok. ...Read more
Yes.: The Benadryl in Tylenol (acetaminophen) PM may enhance the sedative effects of the Ambien, so You should be very careful. Take the Tylenol (acetaminophen) PM first and give it an hour and if you are still awake, take Ambien. People who had used this combination had complained of a hangover the next day. If your insomnia persists, it might be best to get a sleep study in order to get down to the roots of your problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If prescribed: but I have a feeling that it isn't prescribed, at least for you. There is no "Percocet 30" because Percocet contains tylenol (acetaminophen) as well, and the 30 mg strength means it is plain oxycodone. There is no reason to mix it with Codeine unless you are going for abuse, i.e. getting high. If you are not tolerant to opioids, 30 mg is a sedating dose, and adding 30 mg of Codeine adds to the sedation. So, NO. ...Read more
No: No caffiene in either.Get a more detailed answer ›
Is it bad to take 10 30 mg tablets of fiorinal with codeine (aspirin butalbital caffeine and codeine) in one month?
NO BUT KEEP THE: Amount as low and infrequent as possible. ...Read more
I took 1 tramadol (ultram) 50 mg yesterday evening with ibuprofen and tylenol (acetaminophen). Today I feel nausea,shakiness and fatigued. Is this normal?
Pain, pain, pain: There are no bad interactions between these drugs - but - that's still a lot of pain medication to need. Whatever caused your pain might be responsible for some of how you feel today. There's no reason to think it just went away. Pain meds don't fix anything. Since you have a sensitive body, I'd recommend an exam to find and treat the basis of that pain if possible. Best! ...Read more
Is it safe to to take flexeril approx 5 hours after taking norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen)? I take 15mgs norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen) 2 or 3 times a day. Trying to wean off of norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen).
Depends: Flexeril is a muscle relaxant with sedative properties. Driving and using alcohol are not recommended. Narcotics such as Norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen) can cause respiratory depression. Some medical conditions can complicate the use of medications, so care must be taken when using this combination of drugs. Therefore, it is best to consult your treating physician. ...Read more