When Tylenol is processed through the kidneys?
13 Jan 2014
Advil, Execedrin, and Motrin have Ibuprofen in them. Aspirin and Ibuprofen are not good for people with kidney disease. I have Chronic Kidney Disease Stage 3, and aspirin caused me to go into Acute Renal Failure. My Nephrologist told me, NO aspirin, NO ibuprofen. Advil and Excedrin were the only thing that helped me with headaches or arthritis pain and it has been very hard for me to stick to Tylenol. You can be sure if you take too much Tylenol, it can also cause issues with the kidneys, so I take 1/2 the dose of 500 mg. Drinking lots of water has helped more than anything. Most people don't take medication with a full glass of water. Just a sip will do they think. But to protect your body parts, use lots of water.
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