Can methylprednisolone be taken with tylenol?
Q:my mom has artiritis. soooooo can she?
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The simple answer is yes.Methylprednisolone is a steroid that is usually given for rheumatoid arthritis and other arthritis not related to osteoarthritis (general wear and tear). The other reason is if there is an acute (new onset) injury, to decrease the swelling.Tylenol (acetaminophen) is a pain reliever that does not have anti-inflammatory properties. It is good for pain and fevers.As long as she does not have liver problems, she should be able to take the recommended doses of each.What she want to avoid is the steroid with Ibuprofen or any of the other ‘profens’ (think of things like Advil, Motrin etc). Since ibuprofen has anti inflammatory properties, one would not want to take with a steroid, unless specifically instructed by a doctor.Good luck!
Yes. Not a problem.