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Is Tylenol (acetaminophen) with codeine a milder pain killer...just got it after root canal for a few days?

Tylenol (acetaminophen) w/ Codeine. There are different strengths of Tylenol (acetaminophen) with Codeine, but I'm thinking for a root canal, you probably received Tylenol (acetaminophen) #3 which contains 325 mg Tylenol (acetaminophen) and 30 mg of codeine. This is perfectly acceptable for root canal pain which would require a bit more than plain Tylenol (acetaminophen) but not something as strong as Vicodin or Percocet. You should do fine with what your dentist gave you. Read more...

Scientists have discovered any negative side effects of the pain killer fioricet (acetaminophen butalbital and caffeine)?

Addiction. There are barbiturates and they can cause addiction or dependency on the drug. Better than taking any drug for pain is finding out what is causing the pain ad getting rid of the cause rather than treating the symptom. Need more information on the type of pain to recommend resolving the cause. Read more...

Is combination of tramadol hydrochloride nd acetaminophen an effective nd safe medicine as pain killer in parkinson for an aged female for long term?

Should be. Tramadol and tylenol (acetaminophen) in prescribed and recommended doses for the elderly should be safe to take and effective. Read more...
NO. Severe pain to need tramadol is a little unusual in parkinson's disease. Long term pain medications are not a good idea as they cause resistance to meds as well as causing addiction. Pain pills are for acute treatment in most cases do see a neurologist to find out the source of the problem, there are other ways of treating pain than giving analgesics. Read more...

Which pain killer is safe to use with chronic gastritis? Have been using Acetaminophen for Menstrual Cramps with no relief.

NSAIDs. You need a NSAID for dysmenorrhea ( menstrual cramps). There are some combination products available now that include a NSAID such as ibuprofen with a medicine to protect your stomach. Discuss this with your doctor since a prescription is required. Hope this helps and your next period is better. Read more...

What is the more powerful pain killer rather than ultracet (tramdol and acetaminophen) for teeth problem?

Options. If you are having difficulty getting pain relief from narcotics for teeth, it is unlikely that you will get achieve it by taking more powerful medications than ultracet (tramdol and acetaminophen). Often the nerves are exposed in the mouth causing severe pain and the source of the problem should be fixed rather than trying to take more medications to mask it, which may not help anyway. Read more...
See a dentist. Rather than taking more powerful opioids (which can lead to dependence and addiction and a world of hurt!), just go to a dentist and get the problem taken care of. Just about any tooth pain can be treated these days by the right dentist or oral surgeon. Read more...

Takin a lots of pain killer (norco, (hydrocodone and acetaminophen) kepra, metformin, stool softener) have a constipation and rash on the face. What shoul I do to help my skin?

Rash. The rash on your face will need to be evaluated by a doctor as you do not provide a description of it. It can be from a skin condition or a side effect of a medication your are taking. Talk to your doctor about it. Read more...
Side effect. Rash could be side effect of one of the meds. Try to remember time frame of when rash started and if it corresponded to starting one of these meds (like kepra). Talk to your doctor about it as well. Good luck. Read more...