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When you take some pain relievers with over-the-counter or prescription medicines, they may interact with each other — changing the way one or both of them work in your body. This may cause unexpected side effects.1
NSAID pain relievers, as well as a class of prescription medicines known as COX-2 inhibitors, (Celebrex® is a COX-2 inhibitor) are known to sometimes interact with certain prescription medicines.
TYLENOL® is not an NSAID or a COX-2 inhibitor. It's a pain reliever that works differently and, when used as directed, has less drug interaction risk than other OTC pain relievers you may be taking. Do not use TYLENOL® with other acetaminophen-containing products. Always read and follow the label.
TYLENOL® is the brand of over-the-counter pain reliever that many doctors recommend for patients who take medicines for high blood pressure, asthma, diabetes, kidney disease, ulcers, and even patients who take a prescription NSAID for arthritis.2
1 Mayo Clinic Family Health Book, 3rd Edition (1288); NCL Brochure (2).
2 According to Double Helix Study – March 31, 2009.