- You should inform your doctors if you have liver diseases and alcohol addiction and abuses issues before taking Tylenol, taking alcohol with this medication can cause liver issues
- You should not take this medicine if you are allergic to ingredients and contents of this medicine
- If you are taking medicines such as phenobarbital, acetylsalicylic acid, blood thinners, phenytoin, cholestyramine, carbamazepine isoniazid, and then you should inform yru doctors before taking this pill or a better understanding of how you must approach, you should inform about every medicine that you are taking to your doctors
Directions to use:
- You should always take Tylenol according to what your doctor has prescribed and do not take more or less than what is prescribed.
- For adults the recommended dosage would be 325 mg to 650 mg in every 4 to 6 hours and the maximum amount can be 4000 mg in any given day
- You should consult doctors for giving dosages to children for an accurate amount
- When you are taking this pill, your urine glucose test can show negative repeatedly
- If you are pregnant, then you should inform your doctors before using this pill or medicine and breastfeeding mothers should also inform doctors before taking this medicine
- If you miss your doses, then make sure that you take it as soon as you remember but make sure that you do not overlap with your next dose, never take two doses at one time
Side effects and cautions:
This medicine can show side effects at times and the effects could be in the form of jaundice, dark urine, nausea, hives, loss of appetite, welling of the face, lips, diarrhea, abdominal pain, shortness of breath, black, tenacious stools, itching, and more, you should immediately consult your doctor for medical attention in these cases.