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Jr Strength Acetaminophen
My grand-daughter will be 5 at the end of the month & i was wondering if i could give her jr. Strength acetaminophen rapid tabs she has a headache?
Pain killer: In her age, she might be easier for her to take liquid form. ...Read more
My 9 year old daughter is having an extremely bad headache. She is crying but not having any other symptons. What should we do? She took some jr. Strength tylenol (acetaminophen) about 45 min. Ago . But no relief.
You : You did the right thing by giving her a pain reliever. Consider trying children's advil (ibuprofen) in the future. I have found it to be much more effective for pain relief. Hopefully your daughter is better by now. However, if this is a recurring issue she should definitely see the pediatrician. Also, make sure she has her vision checked. One of the most common causes of headache in kids is vision problems, allergies/sinus issues are also high on the list. All the best. ...Read more
When should we use solpadeine of gsk instead of panadol (acetaminophen) advance ? Is it the same strength of panadol (acetaminophen) extra ?
It depends,,,: From what i gather, these are similar to tylenol (acetaminophen) in usa, only they have some other things added depending on which derivative you use. For example, the solpedeine migraine has Ibuprofen and Codeine along with the paracetamol/tylenol (acetaminophen) in it and panadol. This gives more pain relief and Ibuprofen can control inflammation also. So these differences can give different effects, etc.. Best of luck. ...Read more
Unsure of question: But it is not recommended to take this much. While you most likely will be safe, you will be sedated and can even cause liver damage if you are susceptible. Make sure you do not do anything that you may be unsafe if sedated and follow recommended dosing from now on. Hope that helps! ...Read more
Not good idea: You should follow instructions on the bottle and do not take more than 4,000 grams in a 24 hour period. It is harmful to the liver. ...Read more
Yes: Yes. Follow the directions on the bottle. Do not exceed the recommended dosage. ...Read more
Acetaminophen: Onset of action of oral acetaminophen is less than one hour. Duration of action is about 4-6 hours. Please be careful with this drug. Never take more than 3000 mg per day. Take even less if you have any liver problems. Never combine this or any prescription medication with alcohol. The most common form of attempted suicide in the U.S. is intentional acetaminophen overdose. Be careful, please. ...Read more
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