It takes approximately 30 minutes for Tylenol to begin working and should only be taken every four to six hours as needed. Tylenol is used to treat pain and as a fever reducer, and typically used to treat pain associated... More »

According to Tylenol, acetaminophen should start working within 30 to 60 minutes. It doesn't work immediately because it first has to dissolve in the digestive tract and then enter the blood stream. Once it reaches the b... More »

Also known as acetaminophen, Tylenol will start to work 30 minutes after it is taken. This drug can start reducing fever within 2 hours of taking it, as stated by Children's Health Network. More »

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Also known as acetaminophen, Tylenol will start to work 30 minutes after it is taken. This drug can start reducing fever within 2 hours of taking it, as stated by Children's Health Network. More »

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An adult woman takes two regular-strength tablets every four to six hours while symptoms last, as recommended by Tylenol. A total of 10 regular-strength tablets is the maximum that is safe to take within a 24-hour period... More »

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BabyCenter.com reports that any adverse effects from Tylenol on a breastfed child are rare. Nevertheless, to ensure that an infant is completely safe during breastfeeding while a mother is taking medication, the mother s... More »

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As of 2010, some reasons for Tylenol recalls include possible bacterial contamination by a "gram negative" microorganism, and poor conditions such as a dirty manufacturing plant during the making of the drugs, states ABC... More »

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