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Can I Take Pamprin And Tylenol Together
Combo therapy: The use of these two agents comes in very handy and obtains a better result when just one isn't enough. If you are doing this combination therapy for just a few days per month, then this should't be an issue. Just mind the dosage parameters on the labels as a general guideline for safety. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: One should avoid taking more than 1 type of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medication within days of each other. However, Acetaminophen is not an anti-inflammatory. You should limit your daily intake of Acetaminophen to 3grams(3, 000milligrams)--previous recommendations were 4grams. ...Read more
Pamprin: Yes you may take pamprin.Get a more detailed answer ›
After taking these for some years, midol, pamprin, & tylenol (acetaminophen) now make me break out in hives & give me slight tongue swelling. What can I take?
What is acetaminophen pamprin and is it safe for me to take for PMS symptoms, I live in UK so would purchase it online.
Pamprin: There are several versions of Pamprin (http://www.pamprin.com/home/) so I just looked up http://www.drugs.com/mtm/pamprin-es-multi-symptom-relief-formula.html which shows it has a diuretic (water pill) & antihistamine in add'n to acetaminophen, known in rest of world as paracetamol. As long as you have a healthy liver & don't drink to excess, acetaminophen/paracetamol is a safe pain reliever. ...Read more
Is it OK for me to take pamprin products, for PMS symptoms? I live in UK and would have to buy online, what exactly is acetaminophen is it safe?
Acetomenophen is the: commonly used analgesic (pain reliever) and anti-pyretic (fever reducer) brand name Tylenol (acetaminophen). If taking pamperin, which contains acetomenophen, take ONLY the recommended dose. Do not use if you have know liver disease. If your PMS symptoms do not include cramping or pain, acetomenophen will not be necessary, & would skip it. Discuss taking ANY OTC med with your doc before using to learn safety 4 U. ...Read more
Yes: Tylenol is a brand of acetaminophen (aka paracetamol in rest of world) which is a pain reliever & used to lower fever (anti-pyretic). Aleve is a brand of naproxen, an NSAID (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug), which is also a pain reliever & anti-pyretic. So you can take these two together. However, don't take Aleve w/Ibuprofen (aka Motrin, Nuprin, (ibuprofen) Advil) which is also an NSAID. ...Read more
Should be fine : That would be 300 mg Acetaminophen from the tylenol (acetaminophen) #3 and 500 mg (650 mg old) from the es tyl, for a total of 800 to 950 mg of tyl. As long as the tyl #3 was prescribed by your doctor and as long as you don't excess 3, 000 to 4, 000 mg of tylenol (acetaminophen) per day, this should not cause any problems. Must have normal kidney/liver function and avoid alcohol and other liver toxins. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Space them out: If you 'need' to take both, claritin in am and tylenol (acetaminophen) pm at night. Remember tylenol (acetaminophen) pm contains an antihistaminic (diphenhydramine) which acts the same as Claritin, so you need to be cautious not to exceed the recommended dosage. Diphenhydramine is first generation and is sedating, claritin is second generation, should be non-sedating, but may induce sedation in some individuals, be careful ...Read more
Yes: It is ok to take them together.It will be preferable if you let one of them work.If it does not work, may try other one. ...Read more
Yes: Tylenol (generic name: acetaminophen) and Motrin (generic name: ibuprofen) are different drugs, and can be taken together. Just make sure that you don't take more than the recommended dose of either drug, and that you don't take other medications (like cold medicines, or other pain medicines) that have Acetaminophen in them too. Also, avoid nsaids (like motrin) in pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You can but...: Most hydrocodone prescriptions contain apap aka Acetaminophen (tylenol). Your total apap intake is what you need to monitor. In general, in adults who do not have liver problems and are not heavy drinkers, you want to avoid taking more than 4000mg in any given day; 2000mg if you are taking frequently/daily. ...Read more