Can pradaxa be taken with tylenol?

Related Answers

Explore the latest questions and answers related to "Can pradaxa be taken with tylenol?"

Answered: Tylenol

seroquel doesn't cause and interactions with tylenol

Answered: Pradaxa medication

Pradaxa is a direct thrombin inhibitor. It helps keep the blood from clotting. Lawrence Austin envisions MedicusMD to be the topmost Concierge Medicine Company in USA and would only look for Doctors who can prove the adage “one can do well by doing good”.

Answered: Will Tylenol harm your body if taken every day?

Short term use (a few days) of regular doses of Tylenol (acetaminophen) is not harmful. Prolonged use can lead to stomach bleeding, liver or kidney damage. Overdose can lead to liver failure quickly.

Answered: Medical

Medical is the term covering all the terms used in the health profession.Doctors,nurse,and others who are involved in the health care services are familiar with this word.Medical is the substance that are used to cure the diseases.We also refer medical to that place from where we purchase the ...

Answered: My boyfriend has 24 years of sobriety and I am ...

No way. When you are in a recovery program , you know that only you could take a drink. That doesn't count.

Answered: Money taken from my bank account

You will not get any results here on AOL Answers, you must contact Travel Moto to remove your membership.
Liked this question? Tell your friends about it

More Questions

Is members mark acetaminophen the same as tylenol?

Tylenol is a brand name for acetaminophen.


Your second attempt was better. About the only thing a post like this can generate is a statement that Praxada is a direct inhibitor of thrombin, which makes it a blood thinner.

Which is more advantage, Pradaxa or Coumadin?

I have read from this site Pradaxa reportedly had an advantage over Coumadin, medical experts say, indicating that patients taking Pradaxa no longer need to be ...

Is bleeding one of Pradaxa's side effects?

There are reports that say, pradaxa has been linked to complications including sever bleeding. Check this out