Tylenol (acetaminophen) help herniated disc pain?

Yes. Tylenol (acetaminophen) is a mild non narcotic analgesic, it can help herniated disc pain, but complete depends on the severity of the disc problem and the degree of pain.

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I've been on at most 1800mg of Tylenol (acetaminophen) a day for 1 yr a half for a herniated disk and severe TMJ, should I be concerned about liver issues I'm 22?

1800 mg Tylenol/day. is well within the normal amount of it and at your young age I am sure its okay, but if you are concerned, then seeing your PCP and having some LFT's ( Liver Function tests) would satisfy the curiosity. Good Luck and Happy Holidays. Read more...
4,000 mg/max/day. 1800 mg of Tylenol (acetaminophen) in a day is a safe dose. Ask your doctor about about rehabilitation, exercise and alternative treatments for a herniated disc and TMJ. Read more...

Can taking 1000mg of tylenol (acetaminophen) a day for 2 years for TMJ and herniated disk, cause liver to be sick! Should I do a month cleanse and then return to meds?

Usually no. 1000mg of acetaminophen daily is a safe dose provided you do not abuse alcohol. One modest drink a day for most people is safe. Mouth cleanse for this purpose is unnecessary. Read more...
Unlikely. 1000mg a day is a low dose. However tylenol (acetaminophen) is a known cause of liver failure. Have your MD run some liver tests to check your liver function. Read more...

Debil. Migraines, clear MRI, small bulging disk, neck inj with short term + results, scheduled for Botox, muscles hurt always Tylenol (acetaminophen) 4 4x a day Help!

Complex history. RSchaefer ~ it seems you are in good hands having had the MRI and being scheduled for botox. The only Drs capable of dealing with this type of complexity are neurologists, so best advice I can give is check in with a well known Neurologist and then stick with him as best results come from ONE competent doctor assisted by subspecialists. thanks. Read more...