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Acetaminophen

Also called: Tylenol

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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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No.
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I don't know anything about your medical history to give you an "okay". Certain types of cancer, especially those that may involve the...
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Assuming they were ALL prescribed to you for a particular reason, and assuming you are taking the proper dosage, the drugs are compatible.
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Tylenol (acetaminophen) is not an NSAID. It will help pain, but not inflammation.
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Each tablet has 325 mg of acetaminophen......
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No, but it can sure destroy your liver. Why overuse acetaminophen?
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7.5-325 is stronger. The 7.5 indicates the amount of hydrocodone in it so it is stronger. The 325 is the amount of acetaminophen in the...
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It is not likely that the acetaminophen (Tylenol) component of your medication is causing the "crawly skin" sensation. You will need to...
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Hi, Just try leaving off the drugs for a while, let your body reboot itself back up, but it would have been nice of you to say just why your taken...
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It is normal for it to take a good 2-3 weeks before kids are back to normal after. Was he on a prescription that was stopped? My sister just had hers...
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You do not have to treat a fever, especially one this low. Fever is the body's normal response to fighting off an infection or inflammation. It...
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