TYLENOL® Has Not Been Shown to Interfere with Aspirin Heart Therapy
If you are taking low-dose aspirin daily to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke, it is important you know all the facts when choosing an over-the-counter medicine to treat pain.
- There is no evidence of any interaction between using aspirin for heart therapy and taking the main ingredient in TYLENOL® to treat pain.
- You should talk to your doctor before beginning aspirin heart therapy or changing your current therapy. Only a doctor can advise you if taking aspirin for its cardiovascular benefits is right for you. If you are under a doctor's care for any serious condition, or are taking any other drugs, you should talk to your doctor if you want to know more or have other questions.
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