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What Is The Max Dose Of Tylenol While Pregnant
Pregnant and been taking a lot of tylenol (acetaminophen) for tooth extraction pain. Have not exceeded max dosage of 4000mg/day. Should baby's liver be ok?
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Im 29 weeks pregnant and accidentally took a double dose of my usual two 500 mg tylenols (acetaminophen) within 4-5 hours. Will my baby be okay?
Yes: This should not cause any harm. From what you are saying, though, is that you took 2000mg of tylenol (acetaminophen) in one dose. The maximum dose for a person is 4000mg in one 24 hour period. So, if it is possible that you are even close to this dose in 24 hours then you must call your doctor immediately. ...Read more
Safe in pregnancy: Tylenol is safe in pregnancy, up to 8 tabs a day of extra-strength 500 mg tabs. There could be other reasons, allergy to med, e.g., for which you should not. I would discuss with your doctor about the symptoms you are treating, and/or if you are taking the medication for more than a few weeks. ...Read more
Pain Treatment.: Medical massages are generally safe and often provide some measure of relief. There are special maternity braces which can be used in the later stages of the pregnancy as well. Otherwise, only treatment recommended by your obstetrician should be tried. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually: dosages are recommended on the order of 325-650 mg at a time up to every four hours, with a maximum dosage of less than 4000 mg(or 4 gm) per day. But more and more physicians are recommending less than 3000 mg per day to help protect your liver. In the end, dosages should be reviewed with your OB, as often physicians recommend slight differences based on his/her experiences. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer