I take 2 50 MG tramadol for pain daily at the same time somewhere I heard Tylenol with it increases it's effectiveness
Can I take 1 50mg tramadol with 1 500 MG Tylenol?
Question posted by davidk1996 on 6 March 2015
Last updated on 2 February 2021 by Julieact
I haven’t heard that taking Tylenol with it will enhance the effects. It would be great if it did! I personally DO NOT receive pain relief from Tylenol. I have migraines, arthritis and fibromyalgia.
Okay so I talk to my pharmacist and he told me and I cannot emphasize enough over this is that you cannot take more than one tramacet and one Tylenol 500mg extra strength the only reason I am typing this it's because I don't see very much information over the net so I wish the best of luck to you and hopefully this answers your question now if you were to ask me why it is because our livers were not designed to take that much Tylenol because tramacet already has acetaminophen so it will put a damper into your liver
My doctor is a young man who is very current on the latest drug situations and he has put me on 2-50 mg tablets of Tramadol and 6-500 mg Tylenol per day for my Osteoarthritis pain. It really does help although it does not completely relieve the pain. To the person who has the "biggest hoax" comment. Thats idiotic. If I ahve a headache or other minor to medium aches and pains Tylenol does a great job.
Taking Tylenol doesn't increase the effectiveness of the Tramadol. You will get pain relief from the Tylenol in a short time... and that will help until the Tramadol kicks in which can take up to an hour.
Ultracet is ultram (tramadol) plus Tylenol in one pill so yes why not? I take the 50 mg tramadol and one 500 mg Tylenol. I also take zanaflex. They are all safe to take together. Be aware zanaflex makes you dizzy.
I apologize for being disagreeable. The answer to the original question is yes, you can take Tylenol but you should only take regular and you should let your doctor know. And, it does enhance the effectiveness of Tramodol. This is a well documented fact.
Tylenol does not generally upset the stomach and, as a long term sufferer of spinal stenosis, I can say Tylenol does help somewhat with back pain for me. I can't take nsaids because they upset my stomach so I take 50 mg of Tramadol and Tylenol and do notice, in my case, that there is a marked improvement in pain relief.
Thank you because I didn't want to take too much
yes, you can take them together. The rule is not to exceed 3 grams of tylenol in a 24hour period. That saying, it is "technically safe" to take 1000mg (2 extra strength) up to 3 times a day. I personally would try to keep it to a minimum of 2 times if possible. For years they called 4grams safe... now they say 3. Take it for what that is worth.
Hi, i used to take Paracetamol (Tylenol) alongside Tramadol - 2 x 500mg tablets, and it did help my pain. I also sometimes took Ibuprofen alongside. Both are safe to be taken with Tramadol so long as you don't exceed the recommended dose
Be careful how much Tylenol you take. Either yesterday or the day before, it was announced the Tylenol is more dangerous than previously thought.
You can, but one does not enhance the other at least not specifically to Tramadol.
You can add Tylenol if you wish but i don't know about it increasing the effectiveness. Tylenol is pretty much useless for anything except fever reduction. Just be careful if you do take Tylenol and keep an eye on the dosage, it's hard on the stomach and also the liver. Take it with food to help keep it from irritating your stomach. Good luck!
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