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white round 93 150 ## The pill in description is Acetaminophen (300 mg) + Codeine (30 mg). To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Fri, Mar 05 '10, 11:12 PM
tylenol 3
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oblong, white l484 ## l374 oblong what are they ## This tablet contains 500mgs of Acetaminophen, it is a generic or store brand of Extra Strength Tylenol and is available over the counter. You can learn more Acetaminophen details here. This medication can be toxic if the recommended usage amounts are exceeded, so please follow the label advisory. Are there any questions or comments? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Tylenol.
Mon, Apr 29 '13, 7:38 PM
Tylenol 3
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can you add flavoring so child can drink ## And why would you want to give such a thing to a child, unless it was prescribed for them? If it was prescribed for them, then it already is available in flavors and chewables. Tylenol 3 contains Acetaminophen and Codeine, so this is not something you should just give to a child because they have a headache or stomach ache, this should only be given when a doctor says it is alright to do so and prescribed it for them. And let me state, that most doctors will not prescribe such dangerous and addicitive narcotics to children for typical childhood ailments. These are only used for children suffering severe conditions that cause pain. ...
Updated 11 years ago in Tylenol with Codeine.
Mon, Feb 27 '06, 9:06 AM
tylenol # 3
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If tylenol #3 has 30mg of codeine, why are the other meds with 10 mg stronger ## There are so many generics available for these, now, plus the fact that Codeine is so mild compared to other pain treatment mediations, that there isn't really any name brand for most of them, anymore. They are generally prescribed as Acetaminophen with Codeine, with the appropriate dosages listed. The FDA lists this as being a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Tylenol.
Tue, Dec 30 '14, 7:38 PM
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What would happen if someone took ONE Mucinex DM with THREE Tylenol 3's with codeine? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Tylenol.
Mon, Oct 07 '13, 2:05 PM
tylenol
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Round white pill with a 512 printed and a half line on the other side ## Can you please tell me if these were tylenol 2, 3 or 4's??? Thanks ## NONE OF THE ABOVE! Prescription Tylenol contains codeine and this does not. This contains Acetaminophen 325mgs and Oxycodone 5mgs, it is generic Percocet or Endocet. This is, however, a narcotic pain reliever, but it is much stronger than the Tylenol products. ...
Updated 10 years ago in Tylenol.
Sat, Mar 17 '07, 8:26 PM
 Tylenol Acetaminophen
Paracetamol, also known as acetaminophen or APAP, is a medication used to treat pain and fever.[1] It is typically used for mild to moderate pain.[1] The quality of the evidence regarding the use for fever relief in children is poor.[11] It is often sold in combination with other ingredients such as in many cold medications.[1] In combination with opioid pain medication, paracetamol is also used for more severe pain such as cancer pain and after surgery.[12] It is typically used either by mou...
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White pill with 142 imprint. No score. Cannot find what it is anywhere. ## Are there any other numbers or markings? ...
Updated 10 years ago in Tylenol.
Fri, Jul 13 '07, 8:47 AM
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round, almost dime size white pill that says 44/148 ## This is a generic for extra strength Tylenol, Acetaminophen 500mgs. ...
Updated 11 years ago in Tylenol.
Fri, May 12 '06, 5:57 AM
 Tylenol No. 3 Acetaminophen + Codeine
Codeine/acetaminophen or co-codamol (BAN) is a compound analgesic consisting of a combination of codeine phosphate and paracetamol (acetaminophen). Co-codamol tablets are used for the relief of mild to moderate pain when paracetamol or NSAIDs such as ibuprofen, aspirin or naproxen alone do not sufficiently relieve a patient's symptoms, or where their use is ill-advised. Co-codamol is marketed under various brand names in addition to the generic name. Contents 1 Formulations 2 Side effe...
Tylenol 6
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Is there a tylenol 6 with codine available ## There is a tylenol with codeine available. If you click on the link below and scroll down to the bottom of the page, you'll find a list of all the brand names that it is sold under: NOTE: I'm not exactly sure what you are referring to when you mention "tylenol 6", but I did see a brand name listed as "Tylenol with Codeine #4". 4 being the highest number on that brand-name list. Please post back if you have any other general questions or concerns about this drug. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Tylenol.
Wed, Oct 26 '11, 3:22 PM
tylenol 4
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## mild pain reducer 500 mg tylenol, 60 mg codeine ## i have some blue caplets that are marked with a-750 on them the other side is divided in half. i want to know if they might be salsade for arithits pain. anti inflamoritys. i know i had them in yellow before. thank you so much. diane ## I am not am expert but they are not tylonal 4. they might be a (NSAI) anti inflamitory I am not a pharmacyst only a tech. please call a pharmacy sorry I can not halp. thank you ## How do I go about getting a prescription ...
Updated 2 years ago in Tylenol.
Sun, Jun 21 '15, 1:06 PM
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what it looks like ...
Updated 7 years ago in Tylenol.
Wed, Apr 07 '10, 12:39 PM
tylenol 4 u 37
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I would like to know the difference is it the same ## Hello, Crissy! How are you? This tablet is manufactured by Aurolife Pharma and they list it as containing 60mgs of Codeine and 300mgs of Acetaminophen, so yes, it is just a generic. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Tylenol.
Fri, Apr 08 '16, 2:10 PM
Tylenol Er
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is tylenol er a prescription medication? ## It depends on the dosage, there is an over the counter formulation sold as Tylenol Arthritis Pain formula, it contains 650mgs of Acetaminophen in a time released formulation and is sold over the counter. Higher dosages, however, require a doctor's prescription. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Tylenol.
Tue, Oct 25 '11, 2:35 PM
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Is tylenol cl comparable to tylenol with codeine? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Tylenol.
Sun, Jul 11 '10, 2:23 PM
Tylenol E R
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White tablet - Tylenol E R on one side Blank on other. ...
Updated 12 years ago in Tylenol.
Thu, Jul 14 '05, 6:06 PM
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pain medications, whci also you sleep easier. ...
Updated 12 years ago in Tylenol.
Thu, Jun 23 '05, 9:10 AM
 Tylenol No. 2 Acetaminophen + Codeine
Codeine/acetaminophen or co-codamol (BAN) is a compound analgesic consisting of a combination of codeine phosphate and paracetamol (acetaminophen). Co-codamol tablets are used for the relief of mild to moderate pain when paracetamol or NSAIDs such as ibuprofen, aspirin or naproxen alone do not sufficiently relieve a patient's symptoms, or where their use is ill-advised. Co-codamol is marketed under various brand names in addition to the generic name. Contents 1 Formulations 2 Side effe...
 Tylenol No. 4 Acetaminophen + Codeine
Codeine/acetaminophen or co-codamol (BAN) is a compound analgesic consisting of a combination of codeine phosphate and paracetamol (acetaminophen). Co-codamol tablets are used for the relief of mild to moderate pain when paracetamol or NSAIDs such as ibuprofen, aspirin or naproxen alone do not sufficiently relieve a patient's symptoms, or where their use is ill-advised. Co-codamol is marketed under various brand names in addition to the generic name. Contents 1 Formulations 2 Side effe...

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