Will you need pain relievers as time goes by?
Arthritis is a progressive disease. You may need medicine in order to reduce your pain, including prescription medicines.
However, if you make the effort to reduce arthritis pain and joint damage by exercising, losing excess weight, and protecting your joints, you may also reduce your need for pain relievers.
You still may need pain relief.
Even if you're successfully controlling your arthritis symptoms through exercise and other efforts, you may still want to have a pain reliever on hand. It's an important part of the arthritis-care equation.
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Why TYLENOL® Makes Sense for Arthritis Pain
Facts about acetaminophen, the ingredient in TYLENOL® 8 HR Arthritis Pain
- Proven effective for OA pain
- Won't irritate your stomach the way aspirin or even naproxen sodium (Aleve®) can
- Doesn't interfere with the benefits of aspirin heart therapy the way ibuprofen can
- Safe and effective when taken as directed