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Acetaminophen

Also called: Tylenol

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I would say yes, seek immediate medical attention.Obviously, it's impossible to diagnose the situation in a forum like this, but your daughter...
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Acetaminophen can be liver toxic in high doses, usually very high doses perhaps taken as a suicidal gesture. The amount of acetaminophen that is...
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It does not take many acetaminophen (Tylenol) pills to cause serious liver damage. The absolute maximum daily dose of acetaminophen for adults is...
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What are you treating?  Fevers in children are not dangerous. As a matter of fact, fevers are therapeutic by helping to fight infection. The...
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Good question.I don't know that acetaminophen, alone, is contraindicated for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). However, acetaminophen in...
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It is probably something minor and easily treatable, but it sounds like more than a common cold.  I would definitely take her to the doctor and...
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Here is a list of some of the medications that interact with Celebrex.  Please call your doctor or pharmacist before mixing any types of...
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I found this drug interaction checker on Medscape.com. http://reference.medscape.com/drug-interactioncheckerIt will let you know if you need to...
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I would be careful when it comes to Excedrin, my Anut has taken it since I was young and she has really bad stomach problems. I dont know about...
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Those medications are chemically compatible to be taken at the same time, assuming you currently have clinical indications to take BOTH. It is never...
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Check the following link, its really helpful.http://www.drugs.com/drug_interactions.html
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There are many, many reasons to have a mild temperature elevation. As a matter of fact, dependind on the TIME OF DAY that you took the temperature, a...
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The correct dose of acetaminophen for children is based entirely on weight. If your child weighs X pounds, a doctor or pharmacist can do some quick...
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No. Those two medications can be taken together without interaction.
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You can take a pain reliever such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen while taking birth control pills or penicillin. There are no drug interactions...
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