User Reviews for Tylenol to treat Sciatica
Tylenol has an average rating of 5.4 out of 10 from a total of 5 reviews for the treatment of Sciatica. 40% of reviewers reported a positive experience, while 40% reported a negative experience.
"Tylenol does nothing for my sciatica. The pain is there all the time."
"Tylenol is the only thing that helps my pain right now. Cannot function otherwise. Cannot sleep either. Even prescribed pain meds did not work as well."
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"Tylenol is the only OTC medication that helps my sciatica"
"Tylenol only gave me an upset stomach. Did nothing for my sciatica."
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"Tylenol did zero to help my Sciatic nerve pain, although it's helped in the past with other issues. - nothing else prescribed helped either but oddly enough Mocha flavoured monster drink would remove about 80% of the pain for about 5-8 hours. I have no idea why but it's the only relief I get.(except hot showers help too it seems)"