What is Acetaminophen Used For

              What is Acetaminophen Used For

What is acetaminophen used for, Acetaminophen belongs to a group of medicines call opioid analgesics and is use to control mild or moderate pain that is not controll by the use of other painkillers, such as paracetamol or ibuprofen. To begin with, Acetaminophen can be use either alone or in combination with other painkillers.

HOW TO TAKE ACETAMINOPHEN

Secondly, It is important to read the enclosed leaflet carefully before using codeine phosphate tablets. For adults, the recommended dose is 30-60 mg every four to six hours, up to four times a day – swallow the tablets whole with water. No more than 240mg (8 tablets of 30mg strength) tablets shall be take in any 24-hour period. Furthermore, There is a risk of addiction or tolerance to codeine if it is take for long periods of time. Only use the tablets for as long as you need to, and tell your doctor if they start to become less effective, or if you feel that you need to use them for long periods of time. We would recommend that they are only use for up to three days at a time. subsequently,  Do not drink alcohol whilst taking codeine phosphate tablets.

IS ACETAMINOPHEN SUITABLE FOR ME?

Do not take acetaminophen phosphate tablets if you: Are allergic (hypersensitive) to acetaminophen or other opioids. Any of the ingredients in the tablet (see section six). Have difficulty breathing or live with any other chronic lung disease. Have suffer a head injury or raise pressure in the skull (this may cause pain in the eyes. Changes in vision or a headache behind the eyes). Are having an asthma attack have liver failure. Are at risk of blocked intestinesSuffer from alcohol issues. Know that your body metabolizes codeine into morphine very rapidly. Check with your doctor or pharmacist before taking codeine phosphate tablets if you

Medicines to treat depression such as monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs e.g. moclobemide, linezolid or selegiline. Avoid codeine phosphate tablets for two weeks after stopping the MAOI) or tricyclics (e.g. amitriptyline)Ciprofloxacin (antibacterial medicine)Metoclopramide or domperidone (to prevent sickness)Mexiletine or quinidine (to treat irregular heartbeats)Loperamide or kaolin (to treat diarrhea)Cimetidine (to treat stomach ulcers)Medicines used to treat high blood pressureAntiviral medicines such as ritonavirMedicines to treat allergies (antihistamines) that can cause drowsiness .Atropine (anticholinergic medicines)Medicines which affect the nervous system such as chlorpromazine, diazepam, temazepamAnestheticsOpioid antagonists (buprenorphine, naltrexone, naloxone)If you are or think you are, pregnant, you should not take codeine phosphate.