Can You Take Aspirin and Tylenol Together?

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You can take small doses of aspirin and Tylenol together to treat to treat arthritis, back pain and muscle aches. Large doses of acetaminophen (Tylenol) with aspirin can cause health issues, so talk to your doctor before combining the two.
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Aspirin (rectal): Interactions
Do not take this medicine with any of the following medications: cidofovir ketorolac probenecid This medicine may also interact with the following medications: alcohol alendronate bismuth subsalicylate flavocoxid herbal supplements like feverfew, More »
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Q&A Related to "Can You Take Aspirin and Tylenol Together?"
Tylenol is simply the brand name,but it's a non-aspirin product,so why would you take both? I wouldn't recomend using both. You can alternate,though. Always follow the direction on
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1. Take aspirin and Tylenol separately. Read the labels to make sure you take the appropriate dosage. The maximum amount of acetaminophen for adults is 1,000 mg per dose and 4,000
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It's fine to take aspirin together with Tylenol, but
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Nothing would happen if you take a pill of each, it would just have an additive effect. Tylenol doesn't have any anti-inflammation effects like aspirin though. Otherwise, there won't
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