Common Cold

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common cold (also known as nasopharyngitis, acute viral rhinopharyngitis, acute coryza, or a cold) is a viral...
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Tylenol 7,913 Acetaminophen 5,367 Sudafed 4,301
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Aspirin
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Other name: Baby Aspirin (Baby Aspirin)
Other name: Acetaminophen (Acetaminophen)
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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...
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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...
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Addiction
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Withdrawal
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Tinnitus
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Shortness Of Breath
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Infertility
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Paranoia
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Addiction
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Liver Damage
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Contractions
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High Blood Pressure
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Blood Clots
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Diabetes
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Liver Failure
1
Loss Of Appetite
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Febrile Seizures
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About Aspirin
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...
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About Tylenol
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...
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meds. Tylenol does nothing for me for migraine....
" ...I was allergic to Aspirin, was taking Excedrin Migraine. It's a combo of Aspirin and Caffine. It worked well for ...prescribed meds. Tylenol does nothi... "

still take lower doses of Tylenol without a problem, but...
" ...FYI for those allergic to aspirin. I had an ...greater, chemically mimics aspirin and can cause reactions in some ...and I can still take lower doses of Tylenol without a problem, but It's i... "

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i could take. i'm allergic to tylenol which seems to be the...
" ...i'm pretty sure i'm getting a head cold. i'm so stuffed up ...i could take. i'm allergic to tylenol which seems to be ...no-no now. i'm also allergic to aspirin, ibuprophen, and benadryl. so,... "

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third tylenol is the trick. I seldom take tylenol/aspirin....
" ...the trick. I seldom take tylenol/aspirin. It's worth a try. Everytime I see a bee now, I get... "

I take acetimenaphine (\"Tylenol\") works great and causes...
" ...aspirin daily and have no problems. ...aches, I take acetimenaphine (\"Tylenol\") works gre... "

for me, TYLENOL does nothing for me. It's Ibuprofen or...
" American here, and aspirin does nothing for me, TYLENOL does nothing for me. It's Ibuprofen or bust... "

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is that tylenol isn't as effective as it used to be. I...
" ...is that tylenol isn't as effective as it used to be. I think i'm building a tolerance. but i'm allerg... "

I also am allergic to aspirin, motrin, aleve, et. al. The...
" ...allergic to aspirin, ...are tylenol - no good for inflamation and white willow bark - that doctors get this questioning look about... "

guessing the dangerous OCM is Tylenol. which is the only...
" I am guessing the dangerous OCM is Tylenol. which is the only pain ...take because am deathly allergic to all aspirin and aspirin related compou... "

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Even aspirin and tylenol have adverse side effects....
" ...shame that they gave you the wrong diagnosis and you were subject to harmful drugs... Helen, Even aspirin and tylenol have adverse side effects.... "

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