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Method of use: Injection, Oral Drops, Oral Gel, Pill
Prescribing mode: OTC
Paracetamol International Nonproprietary Name , or acetaminophen United States Adopted Name , is a widely used over-the-counter...
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Acetaminophen, Naproxen and Liver Damage

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Are you taking the paracetamol and naproxen at the...
" ...a fight. Are you taking the paracetamol and naproxen at the same time? Not ...both NSAIDs and so I'd perhaps be wary of liver damage with extended use. Something to... "

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2 mg. The DHC and naproxen I'm assuming are for pain relief...
" ...typo with the clonazepam. I believe it comes as .25, .5, 1 or 2 mg. The DHC and naproxen I'm assuming are for pain relief right and prescribed? Those ...of. The risk with paracetamol is liver da... "

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and maybe start taking naproxen as well.....Either way that...
" ...amount of tylenol you are taking so often is going to cause liver damage. After 4500mg in a day of acetaminophen, it starts to cause liver damage. I know ...start taking naproxen as... "

is the acetaminophen cut off for long term daily use? 4,000...
" ...questions: Is it only acetaminophen that damages the liver? What about ibuprophen, naproxen and such? These are ...before but what is the acetaminophen cut off for long term daily use? 4,000 is ... "

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to the fact that acetaminophen does not work for me....
" ...with Naproxen(Aleve.) As was mentioned acetaminophen can cause liver ...the fact that acetaminophen does no... "

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help urgent I took 8 paracetamol, 1 ibuprofen and 1...
" ...I took 8 paracetamol, 1 ibuprofen and 1 naproxen, what will ...ibuprofen and Naproxen. I'm pretty sure paracetamol is generally safe but I think overdose on it causes liver damage. The first... "

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Long term use of acetaminophen can cause liver damage,...
" ...for a long period of time. Long term use of acetaminophen can cause liver damage, but not addictive. Naproxen is an anti inflammatory which will help your father... "

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Long term use of acetaminophen can cause liver damage,...
" ...for a long period of time. Long term use of acetaminophen can cause liver damage, but not addictive. Naproxen is an anti inflammatory which will help your father... "

of course this is based on paracetamol alone, not how it...
" ...Elevated liver enzymes Thyroxine: Abnormal liver function Paracetamol: Only ...this is based on paracetamol alone, not how it reacts with other drugs) Duloxetine: Liver damage (itching, abdo... "

cramping. I also take paracetamol too (as you can mix...
" ...also take paracetamol too (as you can mix and match without boxing up your liver). I would avoid drinking alcohol as you don't want to damage your liver or get a GI bleed. I find that if I... "

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