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Minor aches and pains associated with numerous conditions can be treated with Tylenol. This non-prescription drug can also be used to relieve pain caused by headaches, premenstrual and menstrual cramps, muscle aches, and the common cold. "Off-label" uses for Tylenol may also include the treatment of migraines. Tylenol is approved to treat fevers and minor aches and pains in children and infants.
- Muscle aches
- The common cold
- Premenstrual and menstrual cramps
- The flu.
- If a fever gets worse or lasts for more than three days
- If pain gets worse or lasts for more than ten days
- If swelling or redness is also present
- If new symptoms occur.