Tylenol 325 Mg

Tylenol® (acetaminophen) is approved to both relieve pain and reduce inflammation. It comes in several different forms and strengths; the exact one your healthcare provider or pharmacist recommends will depend on various factors, such as your age and if you are regularly taking any other medications.
 
For example, the typical dosage for regular-strength (325 mg) Tylenol is two tablets, taken every four to six hours as needed. Children ages 6 through 12 can also take the 325-mg strength every four to six hours; however, they should only take one tablet.
 
When taking this medication, it is important not to exceed more than 4 grams (4000 mg) of Tylenol a day. This includes other sources of acetaminophen, including many prescription pain medications and nonprescription cold and cough remedies. Taking too much acetaminophen could lead to Tylenol poisoning, which is quite serious.
 
(Click Tylenol Dosage to learn more about the different strengths of Tylenol available, how often to take this medication, and other tips to ensure a safe, effective treatment process.)
 
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