Is it okay to take tylenol (acetaminophen) after drinking?

Yes. should be no problem if not allergic to it have no liver disease, and is taken in moderation.
Very little. It is not recommended to combine the two because both alcohol and tylenol (acetaminophen) are metabolized in the liver. Hepatic toxicity due to tylenol (acetaminophen) is very serious and can lead to problems as severe as liver failure requiring transplant or death. This is not common if taking the recommended dosage but the maximum dose is limited a lot briefly after drinking alcohol, depending on how much you drank.

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Can I take one tylenol (acetaminophen) for mild hangover? I almost never drink (avg<1 a month)but had a celebratory evening. I do take tylenol (acetaminophen) periodically.

Not good idea. Tylenol (acetaminophen) and alcohol combined not good for your liver. NSAIDs OTC is OK for headache.Hangover is always the unpleasant symptoms accompanied by headache nausea, fatigue, sensitivity to light and sound. Drink altos of water, rest and drink some Gatorade. Feel better. Read more...
Yes. Hangover and headache is usually caused by mild hyponatremia (low sodium). This is esepcailly happend with binge drinking and beer drinking. Replet salt (sodium) is the answer to headache and hangover. The easy way to take sodium is mix quarter to half spoon of table salt with half glass of water and drink it. Tylenol (acetaminophen) also helps but be careful too much of it can cause damage to liver. Read more...

How long after drinking a beer can I take tylenol (acetaminophen)?

You can not. Taking the recommended dose of acetaminophen, mixed with a small to moderate amount of alcohol, produces a 123% increased risk of kidney disease, according to a new preliminary study. The warning label included on Acetaminophen packaging does say not to take the medication with alcohol. Hope it helps. Read more...

Is ibuprophin or tylenol (acetaminophen) better to take for headaches when drinking?

Neither. Stop drinking and you will not get the headache, ''the problem is the alcohol is giving you the headache. Stop the cause rather than taking something to stop the complication symptom. Read more...

My AST is 28% and my ALT is 97%, what could be the issue and should I be worried? I also don't drink at all or take tylenol (acetaminophen).

Slightly elevated. Those numbers are slightly elevated. But interpretation requires much more information. Such as history, physical exam, rest of labs, other meds used, substances used, supplements used, physical activity (like work outs). Read more...
Check with your doc. If you have the liver tests ordered by one of the physicians. He/she should provide you with an answer. The answer for your question can't be really based only on the lab test results. It should include comprehensive physical and other peaces of your history. Read more...
LiverEnzymes,U/Lnot% These are 2 enzymes in high concentration inside liver cells, typically low in water outside cells (by lab measurement). I have seen these >40, 000 in people with type a hepatitis who lived. Any liver injury, infection, etc. Could ? these. Most common basis is low-fat, hi-carb/sugar (esp. Fructose) foods which liver converts to fat, leading to steatosis. Study fatchance.Html, nusi.Org ; my answers. Read more...

Is it safe to take one lortab (500mg of acetaminophen -tylenol) after having a drink 4 hours ago?

Yes. Moderation is the key to most things in life. It is not too much alcohol or too close to your med use, so should not be a problem. Read more...