Get emergency medical attention if you have signs of an allergic reaction to acetaminophen: hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat.
Stop using this medicine and throw away any unused tablets within 24 hours after you finish any dose in a row. If the overdose was severe enough to cause fainting then seek immediate medical attention . In case of accidental ingestion or overdosage, seek emergency medical help at once . Use only the prescribed dose for treating pain. Never share this medicine with another person who has not been prescribed it . Keep it out of reach from children and pets because some medicines may be poisonous if swallowed by mistake.. Do not use more than what your doctor prescribes you to treat your pain or illness , unless otherwise advised by a physician. Before taking mentholated medication while pregnant , consult with your healthcare provider ; it may also affect unborn babies . Do not stop taking this medicine suddenly without consulting a doctor either for colds , flu symptoms, coughs , headaches etc., especially during treatment courses longer than 3 weeks abruptly due to short-term adverse reactions possible such as nausea vomiting diarrhea constipation stomach cramps muscle aches/pains sensitivity of skin rashes upset stomach fever dizziness itching fullness in stomach indigestion gas/bloating feeling tired / over tired disorientation palpitation sleeplessness dry mouth headache ringing ears sleep paralysis numb hands & feet weight gain depression anxiety irritability mood swings