Yes, for short time. The previous answer is sound. To add: the 3,000 mg per day relates to the Tylenol (a.k.a. acetaminophen) component. Also check the decongestant drug that appears in both products. If it is the same, mind the daily dose. If different, it is harder to advise around doses, but know that there is little need for both, and they may raise your blood pressure. Safer take plain Tylenol with Claritin-D 24.
Yes . You can take both medications together, pls make sure that you take no more than 3000mg per day. Any decongestant should be used for short period of time only to avoid rebound congestion, watch out for dryness if prolonged use of antihistamines like claritin (loratadine). Pls see your dr if symptoms persist after a couple of days. Hydrate well.
Symptoms: sharp ear pain unless taking Tylenol, (acetaminophen) throbbing, slight hearing loss. No fever or drainage. Slight sinus congestion. What could it be?
Eustacean tube dysfx. When the nasal sinuses are congested, it may block the opening of the Eustacean tube, which connects from the back of the nasopharynx to the middle ear and cause pain. At times, fluid may also accumulate. If there is significant pain or hearing loss, see your doctor to evaluate for a middle ear infection. Saline nasal spray may help to alleviate congestion without endangering your pregnancy. Read more...