Tylenol (Acetaminophen)

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Tylenol is an antiinflammatory that never works for pain, and since Percocet has Tylenol in it then Percocet doesn't work for pain either[1]. In the rare event a patient asks for Tylenol and is satisfied taking that and only that for pain, that patient deserves a rousing standing ovation.[2]

How to Dose Tylenol According to Dr. Perry Cox

"It's regular-strength Tylenol, here's what you do: Get her to open her mouth, take a handful, and throw it at her; whatever sticks, that's the correct dosage."[3]

Related Reading


  1. Commentary: Percocet Doesn’t Work for Me Because It Has Tylenol, and Tylenol Doesn’t Help My Pain
  2. Rare Patient Asks Only for Tylenol for Pain, Receives Standing Ovation
  3. "My First Day" Season 1, Episode 1 (Scrubs)

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