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Acetaminophen

Also called: Tylenol

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No interactions were found when I used this checker.http://www.webmd.com/interaction-checker/default.htm
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It is safe to take the two medications, taking the two could possibly slow down your breathing, but if you are getting Nausea, you should call your...
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Hi Just try stopping the drugs then if she goes back to normal that's what we all want and her? yesTry that and see how she goes.Good Luck
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It depends on the dosage and duration, of course, but hydrocodone is an addictive narcotic. Acetaminophen is Tylenol, but too much Tylenol can cause...
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One has regular codeine, and the other has a synthetic form of codeine (Vicodin). The both are effective pain-control medications.
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There can be several reasons: 1. Your urine level of hydrocodone is so low that it is not detected by the lab. 2. The lab is not testing for...
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Codeine (contained in Tylenol #4) causes constipation, so yes, a stool softener may be helpful if you are taking this potent narcotic for a prolonged...
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Yes; there are no interactions between, or contraindications with,  Xarelto and acetaminophen.Of course, since Xarelto is a prescription drug...
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In short, the answers to your quesions are:  1) Yes, you can take the acetaminophen/hydrocodone now without the Fiorinal interacting. ...
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It is ok to alternate the medicines stated above as long as you use the correct dosages but you don't want to use this method for giving the...
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Your not being able to be treated with acetaminophen due to allergic reactions may be a blessing in disguise. Acetaminophen has been associated with...
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Yes, these two medications are compatible.
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A better job should have been done in explaining the 2 discharge prescriptions. Norco (Generic) and Vicodin (Brand) are...
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Yes...these two drugs are compatible at the recommended dosages.
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To answer your question directly, I would not take more than the maximum daily recommended dose of any product containing acetaminophen for more than...
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