When you have arthritis, you want a pain reliever that works fast and lasts all day.* Now available in easy-to-swallow gelcaps, TYLENOL® Arthritis Pain has a special bi-layer design—with one layer that dissolves quickly and another layer that releases medicine over time for up to 8 hours of relief.
TYLENOL® Arthritis Pain won't irritate your stomach the way that aspirin or even ibuprofen can. And it doesn't interfere with certain high blood pressure medicines the way Aleve® sometimes can. Doctors recommend TYLENOL® for osteoarthritis pain more than any other brand of pain reliever.
The pure pain relief in TYLENOL® won't irritate your stomach the way that aspirin, naproxen sodium, or even ibuprofen can.
TYLENOL® is the brand of pain reliever most recommended by doctors. When used as directed, TYLENOL® has an unsurpassed safety profile compared with other over-the-counter pain relievers. The active ingredient in TYLENOL® products is acetaminophen. Do not take TYLENOL® with other acetaminophen-containing products.
TYLENOL® is the brand of pain reliever most recommended by doctors.
The pure pain relief in TYLENOL® won't irritate your stomach lining the way that aspirin, naproxen sodium, or even ibuprofen sometimes can.
Always read and follow labeled directions. The active ingredient in TYLENOL® is acetaminophen. Do not take TYLENOL® with other products containing acetaminophen. Taking more than the recommended dose (overdose) may cause liver damage.
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When used as directed, TYLENOL® is the safest kind of pain reliever you can take. Always read and follow the label. Do not take TYLENOL® with other acetaminophen-containing products.
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