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Doctor insights on: Tylenol Withdrawal

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Does anyone know how long headaches from tylenol withdrawal last?

Complicated: Chronic tylenol usage has been associated with chronic daily headaches, events occurring at least 15 days per month. These patterns can escalate and often require preventative medicines. If handled early, the process can reverse rapidly. See your doctor and get this handled asap. ...Read more

Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Tylenol (Definition)

Tylenol is thename brand for acetomenofin and is used for pain relief and for fever reduction . It adds the the effect of many narcotic drugs without having to raise the narcotic dose. Can cause liver problems in excess. Should take n-acety cysteine supplement ...Read more


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What might be the symptoms of withdrawal from motrin/tylenol if there is withdrawal from these meds?

What might be the symptoms of withdrawal from motrin/tylenol if there is withdrawal from these meds?

None: I've never heard of a patient experiencing withdrawals from either of those medications. The only thing i can think of might be a recurrence of pain if you have been taking either of them for awhile. ...Read more

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Been on tylenol with codeine for awhile, what are the withdrawal symptoms?

Like the flu: Withdrawal symptoms from opioids depend on the person. The severity of symptoms is variable. Comparing it to a bad stomach flu for a few days is probably the best comparison. There is also a feeling of doom and gloom which passes. ...Read more

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Can psych med withdrawal cause throat or respiratory muscle dysfunction or depression? Also felt need to take tylenol for aching knees afterwards

Can psych med withdrawal cause throat or respiratory muscle dysfunction or depression? Also felt need to take tylenol for aching knees afterwards

Withdrawal : Discontinuation of pyschiatric meds needs to be done very slowly and under the supervision of a qualified psychiatrist as the side effects of withdrawing too early can be serious. Some people do in fact feel depressed when they discontinue too early. Check with your prescribing doctor. Best. ...Read more

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What are common symptoms of acetaminophen withdrawal? How are these symptoms (including widespread pain) best managed?

What are common symptoms of acetaminophen withdrawal? How are these symptoms (including widespread pain) best managed?

Acetaminophen: I understand your concern, Acetaminophen is used for relief from headache, pain and fever. Depending upon severity of pain, tolerance for the pain and stresses in life, dosage, frequency and duration of use can be more leading to. have rebound headache and pain from withdrawal. See Physician for Acetaminophen benefits and side effects, gradual withdrawal, and Therapy for stress in your life ...Read more

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I want help asap! will tylenol help with an Adderall comedown?

I want help asap! will tylenol help with an Adderall comedown?

Tylenol: If you are experiencing headaches as a withdrawal symptom, tylenol may be helpful. It is not likely to help the behavioral effects of coming off adderall. ...Read more

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Why does a cup of coffee w tylenol help kick my headaches faster? And is it a safe combo? I need this a few x ' s a month.

Why does a cup of coffee w tylenol help kick my headaches faster? And is it a safe combo? I need this a few x ' s a month.

OK: You are making your own "Excedrin" (some others add caffeine to the acetaminophen as well). This provides another mechanism to help reduce headaches, and is fine. If your headache improves with just coffee, it may be at least partially from caffeine withdrawal. Just don't overdo the caffeine or the Tylenol (3 grams/day for chronic use recommended max.). ...Read more

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Can u take tylenol 3, 8 hours after takin half of a .25 zanax?

Can u take tylenol 3,  8 hours after takin half of a .25 zanax?

They don't interact: lots of issues with xanax in terms of possible abuse. Can have withdrawal from moderate to high doses taken consistently with tremor, anxiety, seizures. Tylenol in high doses can be poisonous to the liver But there isn't any interaction between teh two meds. ...Read more

Withdrawal (Definition)

Symptoms upon abrupt discontinuation or decrease in intake of substances such as ...Read more


Dr. Alvin Stein
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Acetaminophen (Definition)

Acetaminophen (tylenol) is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory which is a ...Read more