Acetaminophen

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Acetaminophen, known also as paracetamol, is the active ingredient in Tylenol and many other brands of painkillers. It is mainly used for pain and fever. Acetaminophen is a very ol...
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Does Acetaminophen cause Fatty Liver?

#43 in Acetaminophen discussions - 186 posts discuss Fatty Liver with Acetaminophen. Fatty Liver is #43 concern in Acetaminophen discussions.

Does Acetaminophen cause Fatty Liver?

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ty liver from taking paracetemol or something I wouldn't be...
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" ...a patient with hepatitis or cirrhosis presents with. I think if I'd got fatty liver from taking paracetemol or something I wouldn't be so worried. But it's the fact it was... "

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, no acetaminophen use, negative for hepatit...
| www.remedyspot.com
" ...Does anyone have any experience with elevated liver enzymes associated with resistance training/powerlifting? ...one drink/week, no Anabolic-Androgenic Steroid use, no acetaminophen use, negative for... "

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king acetaminophen that can cause elevated liver enzymes to...
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" ...with your liver or it's fatty liver, in which the Dr is ...can do a search for fatty liver and find tons of info ...But if you had been taking acetaminophen that can cause elevated liver enzymes too..or... "

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a cold, has taken paracetamol, has had a drink or two, or...
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" ...liver enzymes (even without a fatty liver) are nothing to worry about ...he's had a cold, has taken paracetamol, has had a drink ...I suspect the GP is being careful because he has already been diagnosed... "

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using larger doses of Paracetamol.Your diet should consist...
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" ...reflected in the form of fatty liver ( due to deposition of ...dishes, fast/junk foods, avoid using larger doses of Paracetamol. Your diet should consist of... "

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ound out I have 'Fatty Liver Disease'. Anyone else got t...
| www.huggies.co.nz
" ...Can't believe it, just found out I have 'Fatty Liver Disease'. Anyone else got this. It can be caused ...I am told not to have any alcohol or paracetamol, only Nurofen. Will have it for the rest of... "

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f she take 500 mg of Paracetamol . Her tests, Complete B...
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" ...paracetamol. Tests all normal. Is it good to control temperature with paracetamol? Dear Doctor, My mother ...temperature subside if she take 500 mg of Paracetamol . Her tests, Complete ...other organs are... "

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ed with a fatty liver. I am now on a strict diet and I...
| www.remedyspot.com
" ...doctor on the amount of acetaminophen you take on a daily ...more than 4000 mg's of acetaminophen a day. Any more could ...myself. I have been diagnosed with a fatty liver. I am now on... "

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le things like taking acetaminophen (or a long list of o...
| forums.steroid.com
" ...tests. They only are used to detect inflammation due to injury or damage to the ...from simple things like taking acetaminophen (or a long list of ...issues point to things like fatty liver do to chronic... "

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f drinks, or took a paracetamol, or ate X\" I can turn round...
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" ...pick up enlarged liver, some fatty livers, and scarring, but the only ...a couple of drinks, or took a paracetamol, or ate X\" I can turn round and say unmm no. Cheers. Hopefully more people on here... "

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