Pacofen Tablet

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Paracetmal BO 500mg Caffeine BP 30mg Codeine phosphate BP 8mg Pink tablet same size as a Panadol tablet ## plz list side effects ## My husband has been diagnosed with metastasis melanoma (primary tumor not located) has been prescribed (apart from any other medications) pacofen by an oncologist in Singapore. Also undergoing tablet chemo. ## The ingredients and dosage as listed in the original post are correct, though the correct spelling of the first is Paracetamol, just to avoid confusion. That said, this is a pain reliever that can be especially effective for migraines and tension headaches. It may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and constipation. Shirley, how is your husband doing? More Paracetamol details are available here, you can find more Codeine detail... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Caffeine.
Sun, Feb 24 '13, 12:03 PM
Pacofen- rashes
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Hi, I know I'm not allergic to paracetomol but rashes started to appear when I took pacofen, which i believe contains other ingredients. It's also iches. Is that possible I'm allergic to the combinations that are present in pacofen? ## Yes, the active ingredients in Pacofen are Caffeine, Codeine and Paracetamol, so you might be allergic to one of the others, though the Codeine is the most likely culprit. It's also possible that you are allergic to one of the inactive ingredients. Have you consulted your doctor? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Caffeine.
Fri, Apr 20 '12, 4:59 PM
Pacofen Side Effect
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What are the adverse side-effects of Pacofen, both short-term and long-term ? Can you also reply directly to my email address below ? ## Pacofen contains the active ingredients Caffeine, Codeine and Paracetamol, it is most commonly used to relieve pain and works very well for migraines for some people. Learn more Caffeine details here. Learn more Paracetamol details here. Learn more Codeine details here. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and constipation. Long term effects may include addiction and liver damage. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I want Detailed Side Effect of Pacofen for assignment ...
Updated 10 months ago in Caffeine.
Wed, Sep 28 '16, 10:06 PM
pacofen causes insomnia?
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I can't sleep last night after taking pacofen together with clarithromycin tablet (antibiotic) for my prolonged fever. I am suspecting that the caffeine in pacofen is keeping me awake. Is this right? If so, I am going to take pacofen only in day time. ## Yes, Caffeine is a stimulant that increases mental alertness and can cause insomnia. Learn more Caffeine details here. To treat a fever, the caffeine and codeine in this medication really isn't necessary. What you need to help break a fever is just the Paracetamol. Learn more Paracetamol details here. Have you consulted your doctor? ## I need your advice please help me, when I took claritromycin I cant sleep, what other alternative as a substitute of this pill? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Clarithromycin.
Sun, Jan 04 '15, 11:40 AM
Pacofen (milicod) (Codeine)
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Pacofen (milicod) (Codeine) ## Is milicod safe for breastfeeding mummy/baby? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Codeine.
Thu, Mar 31 '11, 2:03 AM
pacofen safe for breastfeeding
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Hi im having fever.. N took pacofen this morning. Is pacofen safe for breastfeeding and can i continue my breastfeeding regime..?will the medcine be pass to my baby..?? ## Hello, Fudge! How are you? Congratulations on your baby! There are some rare cases where some risk can be associated with taking the Codeine, while breastfeeding, but in most cases, it is considered safe. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. However, it would be best to inform your pediatrician that you took it and, in the future, if you're only treating a fever, you may just want to ask your doctor about taking Paracetamol by itself. Is there anything el... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Codeine.
Wed, Jun 07 '17, 1:09 PM

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