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Is it safe to take alvedon 500 mg with arthritis in both your arms and legs?
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Dr. Robert Gluck
Surgery - Hand Surgery
In brief: Arthritis
Alvedon is acetaminophen, also referred to as apap, or in my part of the world better known as tylenol.
While it's generally considered safe and is widely used without problem, safety is always a relative consideration and any medicine has potential side/adverse effects, so always best to check with your doctor if you're not sure. As to arthritis, consider other meds & non-med treatment as well.

In brief: Arthritis
Alvedon is acetaminophen, also referred to as apap, or in my part of the world better known as tylenol.
While it's generally considered safe and is widely used without problem, safety is always a relative consideration and any medicine has potential side/adverse effects, so always best to check with your doctor if you're not sure. As to arthritis, consider other meds & non-med treatment as well.
Dr. Robert Gluck
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Dr. Jason Marchetti
For most people, it is recommended to not take more than 2000mg of APAP daily. Combining with alcohol or other substances that are processed through the liver can increase liver injury risk. Individuals with liver disease are typically told to not take any APAP.
Dr. Michael Laccheo
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
In brief: Yes
Alvedon is a brand name for acetaminophen, more commonly known as tylenol.
Although all drugs have risks, Acetaminophen is commonly prescribed for different types of arthritis and is available over-the-counter in 500 mg.

In brief: Yes
Alvedon is a brand name for acetaminophen, more commonly known as tylenol.
Although all drugs have risks, Acetaminophen is commonly prescribed for different types of arthritis and is available over-the-counter in 500 mg.
Dr. Michael Laccheo
Dr. Michael Laccheo
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