How much Tylenol can damage the liver?

Answer Taking any amount of acetaminophen that exceeds the prescribed limit can damage the liver (how much acetaminophen to take varies according to age and body weight; see package label for directions).... Read More »

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How much Niacin causes liver damage?

Niacin, or Vitamin B3, is often used in daily doses of about 50 mg to treat high cholesterol. But for daily doses exceeding 100 mg, the University of Maryland Medical Center recommends, "periodic c... Read More »

How much drinking does it take to damage the liver permanently?

Drinking is a deeply embedded social activity and way of life in the U.S. Approximately half of the people in the U.S. partake in drinking on a regular basis. How much drinking does it take to dama... Read More »

Does tylenol cause the liver disease primary biliary cirrhosis?

On One Hand: Tylenol Does Not Affect the Liver Harmfully.Normal doses of Tylenol (acetaminophen) does not affect the liver adversely. It is used my millions of people annually as an analgesic (pain... Read More »

I've been taking tylenol every night for about a month and a half now.. when will my liver fail?

If you are not taking excessive amounts of the drug, your liver will never fail. Tylenol damages the liver when you take more than your liver can metabolize. There's an important enzyme that is use... Read More »