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No: And that you are interested in snorting any drug has me concerned about your current abuse status. Firstly, not all drugs are absorbed through mucus membranes, and secondly the oral absorption of many drugs is just as good, and sometimes better and faster, than mucus membrane absorption. Tylenol (acetaminophen) has no mood-altering activity. But for whatever else you are snorting, please seek some help. ...Read more
No, but don't: Your liver can withstand many toxic insults. Fortunately that is not a huge one. However you only get one liver and can't live without it. Do not abuse its resiliency by exceeding recommended doses of medications. Talk to your dr if having excess pain. ...Read more
Vicodin: That depends on severity of pain, if it is used with other medications, and how long you've been taking it. For acute pain, duration usually 4-6 hours. ...Read more
Tylenol (acetaminophen): Great question - i only wish every person on this site would see the answer. If you take 7gm of Acetaminophen at one go - you will very likely go into liver failure. Current fda guide states no more than 4gm per day. Current pain society guidel is set at 2-2.5gm per day. Keep in mind this also includes any otc medication that also contains acetaminophen. ...Read more
Can you let me know how many tylenol (acetaminophen) pain reliever pills does it take to overdose?
Tylenol (acetaminophen) overdose.: The national poison control center (1-800-222-1222) can give you exact info. In an adult a dose > 10 grams of Acetaminophen (or 200mg /kg) may cause toxicity. Overdose symptoms can include: nausea, vomiting, sweating, coma, metabolic acidosis, right upper abdominal pain, liver failure, kidney failure, difficulty coagulating blood, multiple organ failure & death. ...Read more
Can I take acetaminophen (pain reliever) and pseuophedrine hydrochloride together? Thanks in advance.
Yes: Just pay attention to the package labels and don't exceed the daily doses of either. ...Read more
Chronic migraines , 2 a day almost faint sometimes and end up taking 6 tylenol (acetaminophen) pain killers in a row?
Prevention: The best way to treat severe migraines is by preventing them. A few categories of medicines can be useful if taken every day. Choice depends on personal preference and circumstance. Butterbur and riboflavin are over the counter and proven to work preventatively. Other over the counters can be harmful by causing analgesic rebound headache. Triptans can abort migraines but not prevent them. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hv bronchitis 8 wks developed into sinusitis. Headache + press behind eyes. How long will this last? Does it cause any vision loss? Tkg.Tylenol (acetaminophen) pain
Aggressive treatment: 8 weeks of bronchitis and now sinusitis tells me that you have upper and lower respiratory systems infected or inflamed. There needs to be culture of your sputum, lab, chest and sinus xrays. Prolonged antibiotics are indicated IF there is infection. Ancillary treatments are inhalers, decongestants , maybe steroids and lots of hydration. Vision loss is rare . Please see your physician ASAP. ...Read more
I was prescribed butrans patches to supplement/reduce need for norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen). Pain has increased enormously since then. Should i continue using patches?
Need Time: This medication is intended for patients requiring pain medications 24hours per day. Nocro is a short acting opioid and will not provide a consistent level of medication in your system. The transition to sustained released opioids can take time and be a little challenging for patients who have been on short acting opioids for a long period of time. You likely need a dose adjustment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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