Summary: Ibuprofen and acetaminophen should not be taken at the same time. However, many women find that alternating doses throughout.
A new report says the heart-related benefits of taking aspirin can be offset if you take it too also won't happen if you take it less than eight hours after taking ibuprofen. Products containing acetaminophen include Tylenol.
But if you're taking them both for pain as a way to "double up" hoping say, and you want to take ibuprofen for pain and Tylenol for fever, that's.
Please proofread this content! They are healthy, active children. We can't respond to health questions or give you medical advice. Unauthorized distribution, transmission or republication strictly prohibited. For the next, tylenol is in way too many OTC cold medicines, and people are lazy and don't read the labels and end up taking too much tylenol. As such, drinking and Tylenol is not recommended at least if you have alcohol in your system still due to potential liver damage.