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84 yrs. Stable cfh, afib, bph. Take ccoreg, cardura, lisinopril, coumidin. Tylenol (acetaminophen) does not seem to help. Can I take Advil or ibuprofen?

84 yrs. Stable cfh, afib, bph. Take ccoreg, cardura, lisinopril, coumidin. Tylenol (acetaminophen) does not seem to help. Can I take Advil or ibuprofen?

Talk to doc: The combo at your age with hf, Lisinopril and potential for Lasix (furosemide) is not good. All non steroidal anti inflammatory meds cause sodium retention which could unbalance your hf. One dose is probably ok, but check with your doc first. ...Read more

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Is it safe to take tylenol (acetaminophen) with lisinopril and lasix?

Is it safe to take tylenol (acetaminophen) with lisinopril and lasix?

Yes: I'd recommended doses, taking these medications together should not pose a significant problem. ...Read more

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Am taking flecainide and lisinopril at the same time? Can I take acetaminophen with diphehydramine

Am taking flecainide and lisinopril at the same time? Can I take acetaminophen with diphehydramine

Yes and yes.: Flec (heart rhythm control) and Lisinopril (high blood pressure control) often prescribed together. So are Acetaminophen (pain reliever) and Diphenhydramine (anti allergy med). ...Read more

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I take lisinopril 10 mg once a day for my blood pressure. Is it safe to take it and tylenol (acetaminophen) together?

I take lisinopril 10 mg once a day for my blood pressure. Is it safe to take it and tylenol (acetaminophen) together?

Yes: These medicines should not interact with one another. Lisinopril is generally a well tolerated medication with minimal drug interactions :) ...Read more

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My 80 year old grandma take hydrochlorothiazide and lisinopril. She has severe cough right now and is starting iophen-c nr. Is tylenol (acetaminophen) safe for her?

Yes: Unless your grandma has intolerance to or liver problem tylenol (acetaminophen) should be ok. Ask your doctor to make sure this is not front the Lisinopril as this medicine can cause chronic cough in some people. ...Read more

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What is lisinopril used to treat?

High blood pressure: Lisinopril is a medication that is mainly used to treat high blood pressure (HBP) in adults and children, in whom it’s FDA-approved over 6 years of age (although it may sometimes be prescribed “off-label” to children who are younger). It is also prescribed to people who have heart failure or who have had a heart attack, even if they do not have HBP, to prevent future events. ...Read more

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How much acetaminophen is too much?

How much acetaminophen is too much?

It depends: This is an important question. Too much acetaminophen is dangerous. According to Epocrates, a drug information program, most healthy adults can get up to about 1, 000 mg in 4 hrs, and 4, 000 mg (4 grams) per day safely. Children should get less, based on their age or weight. Read labels carefully, and ask your doctor or nurse if unsure. ...Read more

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What are other names for lisinopril?

What are other names for lisinopril?

Generic: Lisinopril is the generic name for this ACE inhibitor. The brand names are Zestril (lisinopril) and Prinvil. ...Read more

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What is Prinivil (lisinopril) used for?

What is Prinivil (lisinopril) used for?

Prinivil (lisinopril): Prinivil (lisinopril) is an ACE inhibitor for treatment of high blood pressure & heart failure. ...Read more

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Is it ok to take acetaminophen everyday?

Is it ok to take acetaminophen everyday?

Yes but why?: Do you have some chronic discomfort that needs analysis. Acetaminophen will mask pain and given you comfort in moderate doses. But a chronic pain should be discussed with your family doctor so the cause, if present, can be more directly treated. ...Read more

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How to know if I overdosed on acetaminophen?

How to know if I overdosed on acetaminophen?

Tylenol (acetaminophen) overdose: abdominal pain
appetite loss
coma
•convulsions
•diarrhea
•irritability
•jaundice
•nausea
•sweating
upset stomach
•vomiting. ...Read more

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How would 50 grams of acetaminophen affect me?

How would 50 grams of acetaminophen affect me?

50 Grams: This would be the equivalent of taking a bottle of 100 tablets of extra strength tylenol. This has the potential of being anywhere from fatal to cause permanent liver damage. If you know anyone who consumed this much acetaminophen, see that the patient gets to the emergency department asap. ...Read more

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What should I do if I took too much acetaminophen?

What should I do if I took too much acetaminophen?

See below: Depends on how much is 'too much'. If one extra tablet one time, probably ok. If more that 2 extra tablets, should go to er. If 1 or 2 extra on multiple occasions should see your doctor. Also if you drink alcohol, it could be more serious. Tylenol (acetaminophen) can cause serious liver damage, & alcohol can make it worse. ...Read more

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Ingested over 30g of acetaminophen, should I be concerned?

Ingested over 30g of acetaminophen, should I be concerned?

At one time? If so: I would recommend you go to the hospital immediately as 30 grams can severely damage your liver and you will need to be seen by a physician immediately for possible treatment. ...Read more

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My BP is 154/98 and I take lisinopril, should I be alarmed?

My BP is 154/98 and I take lisinopril, should I be alarmed?

Isolated reading or: Average? If in doubt call your physician. Not dangerous but if average reading....Inadequately controlled on current dose. ...Read more

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Taking 80mg lisinopril and 2.5 amliopine still BP 175/95. Suggestions?

Blood pressure: Blood pressure management often requires titration of multiple medications. Discuss with your doctor and follow the recommendations you receive. The amlodipine is still low dose and addition of another medication working in a different manner may also be considered. ...Read more

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Is lisinopril a statin drug?

Is lisinopril a statin drug?

ACE inhibitor: No Lisinopril is belonging to a class of medications called ace inhibitors. These medications are commonly prescribed for elevated blood pressure but are also commonly prescribed in patients with diabetes or after a cardiac event. Never stop or change a medication without first consulting your physician. ...Read more

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Is 3000mg of acetaminophen fatal?

Is 3000mg of acetaminophen fatal?

Acetaminophen: Normally not, assuming there is no liver dysfunction and no additional Acetaminophen ingested prior. Sometime in the not too distant future, the fda will set the maximum amount amount that can be taken in 24 hours to be 3, 000 mg. ...Read more

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What is propoxyphene/acetaminophen?

What is propoxyphene/acetaminophen?

Darvocet: A pain killer which has been removed off the market due to association with cardiac toxicity. ...Read more

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What is propoxyphene/acetaminophen?

What is propoxyphene/acetaminophen?

Treat pain: But propoxyphene (or Darvon) is no longer available in the US. This product, which is chemically quite close to methadone, was felt by many authorities to be an expensive and potentially dangerous placebo, and many studies of darvon failed to show any real analgesic effect outside of the apap (tylenol) part. Was shown to cause heart rhythm problems and was taken off market in 90s in US. ...Read more

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Acetaminophen effects on the elderly?

Acetaminophen effects on the elderly?

Acetaminophen elders: Acetaminophen is extremely safe and is the safest mild pain or fever medicine that elderly persons can take. The only concern would be if the elderly person has severe chronic liver disease or chronic alcoholism or takes more than 3000 mg a day for a long period of time. ...Read more

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Does lisinopril have histamines in it?

Does lisinopril have histamines in it?

No but: It doesn't have histamine but it can cause a histamine like reaction with angioedema, cough, and upper respiratory tract irritation. It does this through a different (not histamine related) mechanism. ...Read more

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