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Can You Take Betahistine With Tylenol
Sounds ok: If a person had no prior problem with taking Vimovo (esomeprazole and naproxen) by itself, or either of its ingredients by themselves; and had no problem taking Tylenol #1 (acetaminophen and codeine) by itself, or either of its ingredients by themselves; then she should be ok taking Vimovo and Tylenol #1 together. They may cause stomach symptoms. Be sure to follow one's doctor's instructions. ...Read more
Read label...: If the formulation you are referring to has diphenhydramine in it, be careful about excess sedation when taking it with melatonin. If it only has acetaminophen in it, then do not exceed 3 grams in a 24 hour interval. Read the instructions to determine how much to take in a single dose. Good luck! ...Read more
Codeine is the component of Tylenol 3 that would be tested. It would 3-5 days to be not detectable in urine.
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Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
I would try and avoid taking up to 3000mg of tylenol on a regular basis regardless of what source. While 3000mg/24 is an accepted dosing amount. The potential for cumulative toxicity is still significant especially if you take it regularly. Also, be very cautious if you have liver problems, consume alcohol or take other medications metabolized in the liver.
Hope that helps. ...Read more
I have a knot in my lower right back that hurts Tylenol won't help n I can't take ibprofuen what do I need to do?
Get examined: If you are still having issues I suggest a physical exam. If you are not allergic, I suggest Aleve, 1 tablet every 8 rs and simultaneous use of BioFreeze sport linamint, ...Read more
I had 2 Tylenol extra strength @
6:30 pm yesterday 7/28
I took 2 more @ 1:10 a.m 7:29
Is it safe to take 2 Tylenol Extra Strength Rapid release now?
Yes: Tylenol (acetaminophen) is OK, however, there is a long list of medications and foods that can interact with simvastatin, including antiviral medications, seizure medications, antibiotics - esp. erythromycin family, citrus - esp. grapefruit, stomach medications, some psychiatric medications, other cholesterol medications, some heart medications, etc. Check your medication list with your doctor. ...Read more
Bad drug: Liver and kidney toxic, better to avoid. ...Read more
You have to be careful
Some formulations if Tramadol are combined with acetominophen (Tylenol ) so you could damage your liver if too much
Also combining codeine with opioid -type drugs may have an additive sedation effect so generally not advisable tho you might be able to get away with it
Take Aleve or similar with either of those and it will help with pain without added sedation ...Read more
4 - 6 hours average: The half life is about 4 - 6 hours and that is the recommended interval between doses as it begins to wear off during that interval. Body size, presence of food and metabolism can change this some. ...Read more
Usually: For an adult without liver disease, the dose range is 1 or 2 tablets. If having pain beyond prescribed medication's relief abilities on a recurring fashion, talk to your prescriber about medication strength adjustment. ...Read more
Not good idea: You should follow instructions on the bottle and do not take more than 4,000 grams in a 24 hour period. It is harmful to the liver. ...Read more
Depends: It depends on her weight and how much she took. You need to contact the poison control center nearest you (1-800-222-1222) and/or take her to the emergency room immediately. ...Read more
No problems doing so.
The question to ask is whether it's all for the same cause of pain - if it is, then what doctors sometimes do is stay with one drug and increase its dose rather than adding another.
However, if they're for two separate causes of pain - like the indomethacin is for gout inflammation and hydrocodone/Tylenol for something else - then having both sounds especially reasonable. ...Read more
Yes: They are in different families / classes of medications. If your once daily medication is not providing relief on a regular basis, talk to your dr about adjusting dose or switching. ...Read more
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