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Tylenol With Codeine Warnings And Recalls
Not significantly: Tylenol (acetaminophen) #3 may help dull the pain. If you are going to take an opioid, Codeine is the opioid that is recommended. However, opioids are habit forming and carries their own dangers. Nsaids may help as well, but ergots and triptans are usually the drugs of choice to break a true migraine. Both tylenol (acetaminophen) and Ibuprofen also can lead to rebound headaches if they are not true migraines. Hope that helps! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: None of the generics were recalled, so any of them are perfectly safe to use. Be sure if you are using for a child, though, that you know the dose to give based on child's weight and how much is in each tsp of the formulation you actually have. ...Read more
Are there any difference in overdose effects from tylenol (acetaminophen) and tylenol (acetaminophen) pm?
Does fiorinal with codeine (aspirin butalbital caffeine and codeine) give you the high feeling like hydrocodone?
Med interaction: Tylenol (acetaminophen) 3 has a morphine class of medicine, which can make some people sleepy or depress the body's functions: decreased breathing, slow down the gut and decrease the heart rate. This is especially true in large amounts. If you add diphenhydramine, another sedating medication, could be detrimental if the dose is too high for you. ...Read more
I'm on Buspar (buspirone) and Celexa. What painkillers (Tylenol, Ibuprofen, Excedrine, etc) are safe to take with these medications to combat a headache?
Headache: I understand your distress, Buspar (buspirone) is a medication for Anxiety; Celexa is for Depression. Both Buspar (buspirone) and Celexa can cause headache. See a Psychiatrist for Diagnosis, Medication benefits and side effects, gradual decrease and then discontinuing these medication; Therapy for stress in your life to cope with unpleasant feelings and symptoms, Do Breathing and Music Relaxation, Yoga, Meditation ...Read more
Pain Relief: When pain is moderate to severe, providers may turn to narcotic pain relievers. Codeine is the key ingredient in tylenol (acetaminophen) #3. It has can make you sleepy/affect judgement/nausea/vomiting/dizziness etc...The list goes on. Effects are varied by person, age, tolerance etc. Be aware, tylenol (acetaminophen) also has side effects and should be avoided in large doses or in persons with liver disease. Check drug.Com. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can I take amitriptyline 25 and fiorinal with codeine (aspirin butalbital caffeine and codeine) together? Thanks in advance.
Headache treatment: Yes, you may take them together. Amitriptyline needs to be taken evening/evening. It is used to prevent migraine. Fiorinal (aspirin butalbital and caffeine) is used to treat the headache pain (abortive therapy). You should noty take more than 2 days a week to prevent rebound headaches. ...Read more
Yes, but . . .: Just b/c you can, doesn't mean you should. Chat w/prescribing doc re potential drug-drug interactions (http://www.drugs.com/interactions-check.php?drug_list=71-8487,53-17161) btwn Hydrocodone (part of Norco) & Doxylamine (part of some Nyquil products). Also, don't exceed 3g/d acetaminophen (found in both Nyquil & Norco). Also, be sure to avoid alcohol w/either/both. Get well soon! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Recommend caution: I would not recommend it if you are naive to either medication just because of how sedating the doxylamine and Codeine are in general. The sedating effects in each may compound each other. If you need the pain killer and the sleep aid, and they are prescribed as so, i would recommend staggering the medications to avoid peaks of the medication occurring at the same time. ...Read more
Similar to morphine: Codiene is classed as an opiate. The parent drug of this class is morphine. The side effects are similar for all drugs in the class and include itching, nausea, vomiting, euphoria, drowsiness, dry mouth, depression, urinary retention (difficulty urinating) and constipation. A potentially serious side effect is respiratory depression or a slowing of respirations leading to respiratory arrest. ...Read more
Doesn't tylox (oxycodone and acetaminophen) have the same basic ingredient as tylonol 3, codiene?
Mix?: They can be taken together if both are prescribed to you. ...Read more
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