Which Medicines Contain Acetaminophen?

This list is far from complete. You need to check labels, and if you are still unsure, you should check with your pharmacist or doctor to make sure that you and your family are not exceeding the maximum daily dose of acetaminophen, and to get recommendations for alternative medicines.

Alka-Seltzer Plus All Products
Benadryl Allergy Sinus Headache; Severe Allergy & Sinus Headache
Dimetapp Non-Drowsy Flu Syrup
Midol Maximum Strength Menstrual Formula, Maximum Strength PMS Formula


Cold/Flu Relief Liquid and LiquiCaps
Pamprin All Products
Robitussin Cold, Multi-Symptom Cold & Flu, Multi-Symptom Honey Flu Liquid, Nighttime Honey Flu Liquid
Sudafed Cold & Cough Liquid Caps, Cold & Sinus Liquid Caps, Severe Cold Caplets and Tablets, Sinus Caplets and Tablets
TheraFlu All Regular and Maximum Strength Caplets and Hot Liquid
Tramadol/APAP Some of prescription drugs contain acetaminophen
Triaminic Cold, Cough & Fever Liquid, Cough & Sore Throat Liquid, Cough & Sore Throat Softchews
Tylenol Allergy Sinus Formula, Severe Allergy; Arthritis Pain Extended Relief; Cold Formula, Cold & Flu; Extra Strength Pain Reliever; Flu Formula; Maximum Strength Sore Throat Adult Liquid; PM Pain Reliever/Sleep Aid; Regular Strength; Sinus; Women’s Tylenol
Vicks Vicks 44M Cough, Cold & Flu Relief Liquid and Liquicap

Extended list is available here.


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