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Uses For Panadol
Meinier's: Can be difficult to manage. Please discuss with your Dr. ...Read more
In my job i have to shift from evening to morning every week, how could i handle this on a long term basis? I use panadol (acetaminophen) night
Can I use 'magrine'tblt as im feeding my 20days old baby?Im havng half head headache I use panadol (acetaminophen) brufen etc bt still pain..Reply quick please
Very temporary...: need to see a Podiatrist. As soon as he removes the offending piece, your pain will be relieved much faster. It WILL NOT go away on its own. ...Read more
What can I use other than panadol (acetaminophen) to soothe the pain in my tooth. I am 29 weeks pregnant?
Pain in tooth: As far as meds i would consult your OB or md for what is safe. As far as tooth pain, if you have an infection, etc, it is better to get it treated, even if you are pregnant. The second trimester is the best for treatment, but any is ok if it will relieve infection or pain. See a dentist and have them consult your doctor prior to treating for any special considerations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I take panadol (acetaminophen) night when I can't sleep I bring few boxes when I come back from my home country but here in canada they don't sell it what can use that is exactly like panadol (acetaminophen) night?
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
It's been 7days of persistent pain in forehead, behind eyes, back of head &neck with numbness &hot sensation .I took panadol, (acetaminophen) relaxants but of no use?
Red flag: Abrupt onset of a new or different type of severe headache and accompanied by an abnormal neurological symptoms are red flags. Because the location of the headache is bifrontal in, it is not unusual for the headache to be misdiagnosed as a tension-type headache. Rec.: see headache or orofacial pain specialist. ...Read more