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Aspirin

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Tylenol

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Based on 371,318 patient discussions on healthcare websites and blogs
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Aspirin (United States Adopted Name), also known as acetylsalicylic acid ( abbreviated ASA), is a salicylate medication, often used as an analgesic to relieve minor aches and pains, as an antipyretic to reduce fever, and as an anti-inflamma... Read more on Wikipedia
Tylenol is a North American brand of drugs advertised for relieving analgesic, reducing fever, and relieving the symptoms of allergy, common cold, cough, and flu. The active ingredient of its original, flagship product, paracetamol (called ''acetaminoph... Read more on Wikipedia
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By Richard
March 30, 2014
Richard wrote
Aspirin and hematoma
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September 20, 2013
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Claritin vs. Tylenol Sinus
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What patients are saying about Aspirin + Tylenol + Common Cold

160 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
yes to aspirin, maybe to tylenol, and no to ibuprofen....
...tells me yes to aspirin, maybe to tylenol, and no to ibuprofen....
I'd consider switching from aspirin to tylenol (much easier...
Quote: I'd consider switching from aspirin to tylenol (much easier on your stomach ...mind off of your hangover to parts south...
closer to an asperin than to Tylenol. It's a Non-steroidal...
Vioxx is closer to an asperin than to Tylenol. It's a Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory. These have their limitations as to the length of time some people can take them. Ask yor...
Aspirin. Can I switch to Tylenol? Could a low dose aspirin...
...found broken blood vessels, taking Aspirin. Can I switch to Tylenol? Could a low dose aspirin ...needed. I have descontinued taking aspirin and will switch to tylenol only from now on. What...
recommend tylenol before I recommended aspirin. What do...
...I would probably recommend tylenol before I recommended aspirin. What do you...
taking Aspirin for the fever. will switch to Tylenol. Yes I...
...have been tapering on Diazapam {Valium} after a crossover from Ativan. I started at ...continue the taper.....only taking Aspirin for the fever. will switch to Tylenol. Yes I ...
back and forth using tylenol on shot nite and next day,...
...tylenol altogether but relented during tx. Alternated with aspirin during tx. Didn't want the liver impact of tylenol or the platelete impact from aspirin - so went back and forth using tylenol...
kind of aspirin) to tylenol for a couple of weeks....
...the main reason for taking it. And i'm going to switch from salslate (the different kind of aspirin) to tylenol for a couple of weeks. It's good to rotate when you can and give your body a...
stop the aspirin. I am going to try Tylenol, but I hope...
...flutters. Since going off the Aleve, this heart problem has dropped to almost nothing. The trouble is that I switched to aspirin instead. Now ...stop the aspirin. I am going to try Tylenol...
ingredient in Tylenol from aspirin, which, over time,...
After drinking, take aspirin, not Tylenol.  There is a different ingredient in Tylenol from aspirin, which, over time, will ruin ...of fluids, take a couple aspirin, and deal with it.  Hangovers...
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