Is Tylenol 3 a Narcotic?


Tylenol 3 is an opioid, which also means that it is considered a narcotic. Narcotics require a new prescription for each refill and are closely monitored by the doctor. Some doctors require patients to check-in with them to discuss their pain before they will refill a narcotic.
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Tylenol 3 is a pain reliever combining 300 mg of Tylenol with 30 mg of Codeine for mild to moderate pain. Because of the Codeine, it is only given by prescription and can be addictive
I'm not a doctor, but to the best of my knowledge most narcotics do not contain aspirin or Tylenol. Aspirin, Tylenol, ibuprofen and many other over the counter pain relievers are
There are 300 mg of acetaminophen in Tylenol 3. In comparison, a regular strength Tylenol has 325 mg of acetaminophen and an extra strength Tylenol has 500 mg. The other active ingredient
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