How Much Acetaminophen Are You Taking?
Many common over-the-counter drugs contain acetaminophen. Taking more than one at the same time increases your chance of “double-dipping” -- accidentally overdosing. Use this tool to find out which of the drugs in your medicine cabinet contains acetaminophen -- and how much. This is not meant to be medical advice. Toxic levels vary by individual. Call your doctor if you think you’ve overdosed, even if you don’t show medical symptoms.
Combining the daily maximum dose of common drugs can lead to an overdose.
Extra Strength Tylenol® 3000mg
Childrens Tylenol® 800mg
Tylenol® w/ Codeine 4000mg
Hydro-codone Bitartrate 3900mg
Click on a drug to see its daily limit of acetaminophen
The search results show how much acetaminophen is in a pill or other unit, such as a teaspoon. However, a single dose might be more than the amount shown. For example, one pill might contain 325 mg but the recommended dose might be two pills, or 650 mg.