Acetaminophen is simply Tylenol. It is an over-the-counter form of arthritis pain reliever. It is known to be one of the safest pain relievers on the market. You can take acetaminophen for many other conditions, but many people do take it for mild arthritis pain. Some of the side effects to Tylenol or acetaminophen is that it has caused some liver damage to some users, but that is a risk that you take when you take any type of medicines because medicine is absorbed by the liver. People can and have overdosed on acetaminophen. That is why it is important to have patience when it comes to your medicine. You need to give it time to be absorbed into your blood stream. That can take anywhere from ten minutes to an hour, depending on your body and the type of medicine that you are taking. Another thing is that you need to track your daily intake of acetaminophen. If you take too much because you don't remember taking it, then you will be in jeopardy of an over dose.

Acetaminophen is also put into many other drugs that are used as pain pills. As for over the counter drugs, it is used for arthritis pain, headaches, colds, sinus problems, and flu medications. It is also in prescribed drugs like percocet and Vicodin. These are two major painkillers that can cause and over-dose. Shouldn't it make sense that a small dose can do the same? You should never take more than 4,000 milligrams per day. This is the same as having eight Tylenol. You should be careful and make sure that you never go past the 4,000 milligrams

It is one of the major medicines that are taken for arthritis. You should be careful on how much you take and ask your doctor if you should take it on a regular basis. You should always consult your doctor before taking any type of medication even if it is over-the-counter. Make sure that you do not go over your limit and let the medication have time to do its job. Eventually you will feel the relief of the pain.

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