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I would not be surprised to see acetaminophen off the market in the next 3-5
years. It will damage your liver even when taken according to instructions.
Unfortunately it is a money maker which seems to trump the welfare of the
customer. Like I said (and posted citation), it is the number one reason for
ER visits due to acute liver failure. Like many drugs, it builds up over time
and takes a long time for the liver to break down, so people taking a "safe
amount" on a routine basis are getting knocked down. Furthermore, it is not an
NSAID which is primarily what you need for "most" bike injuries. Ibuprofen is
proven to reduce swelling and relieve pain in a much larger percentage of the
I do agree that acetaminophen can assist ibuprofen when take together as
ibuprofen is broken down in the kidneys while acetaminophen effects the liver.
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