Drug interactions can alter the way your medications work or put you at risk for serious side effects. Make a list of everything you use (including prescription and over-the-counter medicines, as well as herbal products) and give it to your doctor. Without the doctor’s permission, do not continue, quit, or adjust the dosage of any drugs.
Before taking any other cold, allergy 2, pain, or sleep medicine, consult your doctor or pharmacist. Many combined drugs contain acetaminophen (sometimes abbreviated as APAP). Taking such drugs together can result in an overdose of acetaminophen (L484 pill), which can be fatal. To see whether a drug contains acetaminophen or APAP, look at the package.
Avoid consuming alcoholic beverages. When taking the L484 pill can increase your risk of liver damage