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Does Tylenol Really Work?

Pain is a stressor that not many people can tolerate. Fortunately, with the many available medications for pain, dealing with it has become easier. One of the most commonly recommended treatments for pain is Tylenol. The drug Tylenol contains acetaminophen, which belongs to a line of analgesics or pain relievers. The acetaminophen content of Tylenol is said to help in increasing the pain threshold of patients so they can cope and endure pain. As a form of analgesic, Tylenol is also known for its effects in lowering fever by stimulating the hypothalamus, which regulates the body temperatures. Tylenol is prescribed to relieve pain every four to six hours or when the pain starts to bother. This medication claims to be safe for pregnant women since it does not pose any harm to the fetus.

Tylenol Reviews

No - Doesn't work on the pain
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Does not work on pain, but makes it so I don’t care as much about the pain. I am still suffering – so I don’t bother with it anymore.

Lynn Rhdoes
January 20th, 2012
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Yes - Relieves Fevers
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I have used this product to help relieve fevers and muscle aches. If you don’t overdose yourself, it should work for you also. Pay attention to amount and times you can take it.

January 19th, 2012
Washington State
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No - Beware: tylenol side effects
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I’ve had severe neck pain for over a year. Doctor recommended Tylenol.
Did little or nothing. I was given a RX for Percoset’s generic. The base of the RX is Tylenol. After 11 months, had nausea and vomiting. Test showed liver abnomality. Consensus of 3 doctors decided on the Tylenol as the reason. After 6 weeks of no RX at all, the liver test registered all normal. Doctors gave me a different pain medication. BE AWARE OF WHAT TYLENOL CAN CAUSE.

Helen Richards
January 19th, 2012
Lafayette, Indiana
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