Tylenol liver Damage

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Tylenol liver damage is a liver disease brought about by abusive consumption of the drug Tylenol, an effective analgesic and antipyretic medication used to treat headache and fever.


Diagnostic tests such blood serum examinations are done to detect the onset of the disease.


Treatment for the disease can be done by a liver transplant procedure.

Symptoms and Signs

The symptoms of Tylenol overdose are vomiting and nausea, as well as high fever and chills during the first 12-24 hours after the illness has taken effect. Then the body temperature goes down, and indication that the drug is already taking over the liver.


The main cause of Tylenol liver failure is the overdose of the said drug. Children who take this drug to treat fever are the ones who are more prone to this kind of liver damage.

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