Phenazopyridine - can I take this with aspirin or tylenol?

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20 Dec 2009

Yes, it if okay to take phenazopyridine with aspirin or Tylenol. There are no known interactions between these medicines. However it does not mean that no interactions exist so if you do experience any odd symptoms please see your doctor.

http://www.drugs.com/interactions-check.php

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