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Is Tylenol Aspirin Free
What can I take for headaches, if I am allergic to ibuprofen, aspirin, tylenol, (acetaminophen) acetominophen and penicilin?
Headaches: Go see a doctor for an evaluation. You may need a prescription. ...Read more
History & labs: Of course if patient tells you they drink vs take/took Aspirin or tylenol, (acetaminophen) but also the liver function tests usually are initially elevated in different patterns between the two. If the damage progresses to failure, it becomes a moot point in short term critical care of patient. ...Read more
Absolutely: It could very well cause fatal consequences. ...Read more
No, acetaminophen: Tylenol is the most widely promoted & purchased brand of acetaminophen, see: http://www. Rxlist. Com/tylenol-drug. Htm, https://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/Tylenol, http://courses. Chem. Psu. Edu/chem36/Chem36H/IndivExpt1/461%20Acetaminophen. Pdf & http://fp. Ucalgary. Ca/FMResidentSecure/Articles/acetaminophen.pdf for a variety of information on th acetaminophen molecule. ...Read more
What happens if you take 16 aspirin and 20 tylenol (acetaminophen) how long is it till it is out of your system?
Get medical help: It will be too risky to chance letting your body clear out the drugs by itself, and the risk is death or lifelong liver damage, to name a few. You have a closing window of time to get medical attention, and what treatment will involve is preventing the damage from occurring. Give this free phone number a call now, and they will guide you: 1-800-222-1222. ...Read more
Which is safer for the body if used occasionally: tylenol (acetaminophen) or aspirin I've tried both, feel like I've had similar results with both that's why?
Both: Acetominophen (tylenol) intake should be limited to less than 4 grams daily. In excess, liver damage may occur. Aspirin can trigger asthma attacks, GI bleeding, allergic reactions, and intake should be limited to less that 3 grams daily. Occasional use and alternating them may be best. ...Read more
How long does aspirin and tylenol (acetaminophen) stay in ur system? For example usually it says take every 6 hours so does that mean after that it's gone within?
Depends on dose: A one-time dose is normally gone within that time frame. However, regular use of medications create a "steady state" baseline which takes longer to be metabolized. How long depends on your metabolism. For example, kidney or liver disease cause drugs to not be cleared as effectively, and the medication can build up in your system. Also, effects of Aspirin on platelets can last up to a week. ...Read more
I took 9 grams of aspirin and 10 grams of tylenol (acetaminophen). Home remedies to survive? I'm 5'1, and about 110-115 pounds. It's been in my system 28-30 hours.
Please go to ER: It sounds like you tried to kill yourself; I am happy to hear you have changed your mind. If you really want to survive & not have permanent kidney & liver damage then please go to the er asap! -this is beyond the scope of home remedies.That Aspirin dose is not lethal but the tylenol (acetaminophen) dose is potentially fatal; dying from acute liver failure is not a good way to go-but it's not too late. See comment. ...Read more
It depends: Which ever one works best for you. ...Read more
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Is there any common (otc) drug/medicine like aspirin or tylenol (acetaminophen) that will kill you in high doses?
Everything: In high enough doses, essentially every medicine becomes a toxin / poison. There is a toxicology book that addresses this: "the dose makes the poison.". ...Read more
No: Mechanism of tylenol (acetaminophen) not exactly known but it is not considered an anti-platelet medication and so does not cause an increased tendency to bleed unless overdose occurs and liver function is impaired. Liver is responsible for many clotting factors. Routine tylenol (acetaminophen) does not predispose to significant bleeding risk. ...Read more
It's been three hours since I took one 500mg pill of Tylenol, (acetaminophen) would it be safe to take two pills of 325mg Bayer aspirin?
Is it true that medicines such as tylenol, (acetaminophen) aspirin, and clariton really lose its effectiness or do harm after it expiration date?
Yes.: They are not harmful, but do lose potency. ...Read more
Effect on baby: Aspirin and Ibuprofen are related anti-inflammatory pain medicines. They should be avoided in pregnancy, especially in the 2nd and 3rd trimesters because they can close an important valve in the baby's heart. This valve normally closes at the time of birth which is why they can be taken post-partum. Tylenol (acetaminophen) is a pain reliever that does not have this effect on the baby and is safe in pregnancy. ...Read more
Most likely. . .: Use http://www. Drugs. Com/drug_interactions. Html to look for drug-drug interactions. You'll need to be more specific re Tylenol Sinus as there are at least 8 different versions! Each w/different combination of medications. In general, NSAIDs such as aspirin, ibuprofen & naproxen, can safely be taken in conjunction w/acetaminophen, assuming appropriately dosed. But don't take ibuprofen w/naproxen. ...Read more
It is best to protect the liver from toxicity that comes from overdosing with tylenol (acetaminophen).
N acetyl cysteine should be taken by anyone who takes tylenol (acetaminophen) regularly and by any one who have any liver issue if you need tylenol (acetaminophen) for pain relief.
also take milk thistle also called silibinin or silymarin to help the liver. ...Read more
How bad is taking tylenol (acetaminophen) or aspirin each day, if done according to label? I know it's not good, but I get headaches almost each day, maybe rebound?
Not harmful, not good: Taking Aspirin or tylenol (acetaminophen) every day is not harmful in that it will not kill you, and if you are obeying the label it is unlikely that you will do any serious damage to any organs. You are correct, however, that taking tylenol (acetaminophen) or any otc pain med (or fiorcet, percocet, vicodin, etc). Frequently can put you in a rebound cycle which will make treating your headaches very difficult. ...Read more
How many hrs after you take a full dose 500 mg tylenol (acetaminophen) & 500 mg aspirin is it safe to drink just one 12 ounce beer? Thank you, just wanted to be safe.
No problem: That should be no problem provided you have no underlying liver disease. ...Read more
Sudden sharp pain in right chest started 24 hours ago, hurts to breathe, can't sleep because of pain. Go to emergency room? 42 yrs, male, inactive...Took tylenol and aspirin and the pain is much better if the pain goes away should I just forget it?
This may well be a musculoskeletal pain related to prior activity, but other causes are possible. A blood clot traveling to your lungs can cause this type of pain. Particularly if you have a history of blood clots, you should have this looked into by your doctor. Bedrest, cigarette smoking, a family history of blood clots, fractures in the pelvis or legs, heart failure, obesity, recent surgery, blood that is more likely to clot (hypercoagulability), cancer, taking Estrogens or birth control pills all increase the risk of blood clots forming. Blood clots in legs veins are most common in adults over age 60, but can occur at any age. Sitting for long periods when traveling can increase the risk of blood clots. This most often occurs when one or more of the risk factors listed above are also present.
Warning signs of a blood clot traveling to your lungs include: unexplained sudden onset of shortness of breath, chest pain or discomfort that worsens when you take a deep breath or when you cough, feeling lightheaded, dizziness, fainting, rapid pulse, sweating, coughing up blood, or a sense of anxiety or nervousness. ...Read more
YES: If you have to take the tyelnol more than weekly for your headache; see your doctor to find out the cause of the headache. Tylenol (acetaminophen) is removed by the liver so make sure you don't have liver problems or other medications that may interact with the tylenol (acetaminophen) or cause problems for the liver in combination. Your doctor should be able to help you identify potential problems. ...Read more
Been taking NSAID (tylenol/aspirin) for over 10 years often every day. I want to stop. How likely do I have liver and kidney damage?
Depends....: Duration of use is important, but you haven't told us the frequency (once a week, once a day) or dose (1 pill a week, 20 a day?), nor have you shared your co-morbidities (particularly underlying liver or kidney diseases) or predisposing factors (alcohol intake, etc.). Testing is easy to allay your concern--please pursue same through your local doctor. ...Read more
I played tag outside 10 days ago. Since then, my head hurts if I shake left/ right/up/down. Tried aspirin/Tylenol& rest. No change in condition. : (
Tag at your age?: Ok hope you had fun, did you get tagged real hard in the head? If not might be dehydrated from the day spec. If in the sun, drink some water/gatoraid, take excedrin and rest with ice pack to head, quiet room, if worse than ever, blurred vision, imbalance go to er [have someone take you] you better not smoke or your doomed ...Read more
Migraine management: Any headache must be viewed as a valid medical disorder and the headache assessment must be comprehensive. Once a diagnosis of migraine has been made, effective management of migraine involves three specific strategies: 1) patient education, 2) nonpharmacological management, and 3) pharmacological (medical) management. Rec.: see an orofacial pain or headache specialist for evaluation. ...Read more
Is ultracet better for controlling arthritus pain than coated aspirin or extra-strength tylenol (acetaminophen)?
Different pain meds:
Ultracet (tramdol and acetaminophen) is a combination of Tramadol (Ultam) is an opoid pain medication and acetaminophen (Tylenol) and is a stronger pain med than Aspirin and Extra strength Tylenol. We do not use Aspirin for pain that much as it can cause stomach bleeding if taken in therapeutic doses.
Depends on the pain level. Ultracet (tramdol and acetaminophen) is stronger than extra strength Tylenol but can be habit forming and can cause constipation ...Read more
I'm taking aspirin ec and need to know what to take for pain. Had knee replacement 5 weeks ago. Is Tylenol (acetaminophen) only OTC option?
Most likely: All other OTC pain meds have anti inflammatory medication Taking aspirin along with them could increase your risk of bleeding and other complications ...Read more
Taken OTC meds like tylenol, (acetaminophen) aspirin often, 4 yrs, which cud have caused high bun and creatinine #s, I eat a lot of protein. Can these #s b lowered if I cut back on protein and OTC meds? Is it late?
Lab monthly: Stop the pills.Get a more detailed answer ›
Reading again abt link btwn ibuprofen & cardio/stroke risk. Any other options for occasional ache/pain relief besides aspirin, Tylenol or ibuprofen?
Minimal risk: One needs to read carefully. This data is retrospective and to a large degree overblown. The increased risk for any NSAID for increases in vascular disease is less than one percent with constant use. There is higher risk of bleeding, salt retention, and gastritis, and more risk of vascular disease from poor nutrition and lack of exercise than episodic and occasional use of these agents. ...Read more