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Is it safe to take extra strength Tylenol at the same time you are taking tramadol?

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masso 29 Nov 2017

Hello,

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tramadol interacts with more than 300 other drugs and 9 diseases.
Tylenol Extra Strength (acetaminophen) interacts with more than 80 other drugs and 3 diseases.

chuck1957 30 Nov 2017

BDUPAY; I see my good friend masso, gave you plenty of information. But also to cut it short yes you can take tylenol with TRAMADOL try to limit the tylenol if the pain is that bad the doctor should know and give you something else or tell you exactly how you should be taking the Tylenol with it one thing I do want you to know a recent change by thE F.D.A. THEY have lowered the amout of tylenol you can take in 24 hours is now 3 grams SO NEVER TAKE MORE THAN 6 EXTRA STRENGHT TYLENOL IN ANY ONE DAY OR GET INTO THE DOCTOR AND LET HIM OR HER KNOW YOU ARE STILL HURTING STILL TO MUCH. good luck..Chuck1957

healthy Christina 30 Nov 2017

I would say yes since my pain management Dr has prescribed for me personally tramadol and arthritis strength Tylenol. But since I have liver disease I can only take 1 Tylenol pill 3 times a day instead of 2. Each situation is different so check with your doctor to know how much you can take. I also know that Tylenol does nothing to touch my pain so I only use it for pain situation that I know it will treat like sudden muscle cramps then I can still use my pamprin when I get monthly cramps. I can then safely use it to reduce a fever that may come out of the blue due to illness or liver disease.

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