Is children's tylenol syrup (has acetaminophen 160mg) safe to use in pregnant for sore throat and ache instead of tylenol extra strength tabs.

Yes. Two teaspoons of the children's tylenol (acetaminophen) are equivalent to one regular strength tylenol (acetaminophen) pill. Tylenol (acetaminophen) is pregnancy category b, which means that it's regarded as safe to use during pregnancy.

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My spouse is having sore throat and mild fever. He just took two tablets of tylenol (acetaminophen) extra strength at one time. But fever rose up to 39.9c instead.?

Febrile illness. A fever of 39.9 c is quite high, but can happen with certain viral illnesses or other infections. Influenza is a common cause of high fever and sore throat at this time of year and fever can "break through" tylenol/acetaminophen. If fever persists or other symptoms develop, see your doctor! fever 2 hours after tylenol can often be controlled with 400 mg (2 otc tablets) of ibuprofen. Read more...