four non narcotic pain relievers (I use Tylenol) three cups of sweetened coffee
Mix & drink.
Aug/26/2007 11:08 pmdamekiri
Acetaminophen / paracetamol is actually a very dangerous drug. I don't think it's too good of an idea to recommend that people take more than the dose stated on the label. There are cases of people with no previous untoward reactions, dying from an overdose, when all they've had is three of four tablets. It's a far more dangerous drug than drug companies will generally let on.
Aug/28/2007 12:08 amaven
I also heard somewhere that tylenol is harmful if you drink alcohol. I think there is even a warning on it somewhere. I usually prefer advil or something like that because tylenol does not reduce swelling. I always eat a big breakfast....hashbrowns eggs etc. seems to help.
Jun/14/2008 10:06 pmchelle6791
The reason you are not "supposed" to take tylenol with alcohol is because both alcohol and acetaminophen (tylenol) by themselves will damage your liver. The warning says if you consume 3 or more alcoholic drinks EVERY day. The same warning is also on ibuprofen labels. This is true for all NSAID pain relievers.
I personally don't drink that often, but if I do feel like I might get a hangover. I take a Tylenol PM with my glass of water before I go to bed. Also take only the recomended dose. (When taking Ibuprofen, 800mg is prescription strength. Take no more than 800mg.)
Also start drinking water (slowly) about 30min before you leave the bar. (Just in case your DD's driving jiggles your stomach.)