Machupo - Is It In Paracetamol P 500?

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Caroline Says:
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Have paracetamol P/500 tablets been known to carry the Machupo virus?

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RRS Says:
 
P 500 - is it virus prone? For pains etc in leg we take it, in-prescribed. PL CONFIRM

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I hate fake news Says:
 
FAKE FAKE FAKE:

[1] Source: "Hoax machupo virus in paracetamol", Hoax-slayer.net. Web. 1 February 2017

[2] Source: "Paracetamol comes written P/500 contains Machupo Virus Fake", Ayupp.com. Web. 28 January 2017

[3] Source: "(SPAM) Machupo Virus in P500 Paracetamol", Check4spam.com. Web. 27 January 2017

[4] Source: "FAKE NEWS BUSTER: VIRUS IN P500 PARACETAMOL", Bangaloremirror.indiatimes.com. Web. 4 February 2017

[5] Source: "Machupo virus cannot survive in paracetamol tablets: Health DG", Thesundaily.my. Web. 8 February 2017

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sid Says:
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Fake news
This virus can't survive more than 2-3 week in dry environment!!! So, it is not possible to virus survive in pcm tablets which may storage for longer duration!

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sati Says:
 
Is it true that a virus by the name of machupo is present in paracetamol? News on this is being seen on all mass media. If it is not present how can a doctor prove it?

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David Says:
 
@Sati,

In line with the feedback of previous posts, I don't think the machupo virus of any real concern. Also post #3 does make an interesting point about the type of environment in which a virus like this probably wouldn't survive. If you are still seeking clarification as to the pill's safety, I would encourage you to ask your local pharmacist about performing a lab analysis on the contents of the tablet in question... Perhaps their instruments may be able to draw a definitive conclusion. One thing I do know is that in the US this isn't being discussed in the mainstream media, so I can only assume that it's "fear propaganda" of some sort going on in only a specific region... But we should always be mindful about what we put into our body regardless and if you're uncertain of something, then talking with your doctor is probably a good idea.

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Stressed Says:
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I have an appt for a subepubic catheter and I am so fearful. Is there an alternative like botox for example?

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