Q Pap 160mg 5ml Liquid

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rocio Says:
Is It only for pain or works for fever?
& may I give it together with Ibuprofen for a high fever?

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Verwon Says:
Q-Pap contains the active ingredient Acetaminophen, which can help with both pain and fever.

And no, mixing it with Ibuprofen is not advisable, without a doctor instructing you to do so.

It may cause side effects, such as: nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation.

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So is q pap basically tylenol? What does q pap stand for and is it better than motrin for ear infections and teething? My son doesn't like the taste any ideas on how to Mix it or what's the best thing to wash it down with bc he keeps spitting it up about 15 mins after he gets it!

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carman Says:
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Doc.said not use pedia care but she gives meQ-pap 160/5ml readedon both bottles says the same thing on them why switch dont understand

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Eli Says:
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I have Q-PAP 160 mg/5 ml
Its my sons medicine
But would like to give my husband
Can he take.it,? If so.how.much do I give him.?

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Jerry Says:
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My son 7months old and22pouds.how much is the dosage for him on q paps?

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Amevor feli Says:
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My son is 3yr and weight 36lbs how much q_pap should i give him

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Latoya Says:
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My 2yr old mite have a ear infection I would like to know if this would help her for the pain

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