Dolo 650 For Fever

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What is the duration of time one should wait between one dose to another dose for treating a high fever like 102 and 103?

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Verwon Says:
I'm sorry, is Dolo an abbreviation for something? What country is it from?

I am not familiar with anything under this name, does anyone know what this is?

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Roy Says:
DOLO-650 is reported to contain Paracetamol 650 mg (also known as Acetaminophen). This is a widely used over-the-counter analgesic (pain reliever) and antipyretic (fever reducer).

For adults, the typical maximum dosage of this medication is 4,000 mg per day - however, it is always important to follow instructions on the packaging and from your doctor! In short, you should be able to take this medication safely every 4 to 6 hours.

You can read more about this medication at:

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Kannan Says:
Overdose intake of dolo 650 approxiematly 13000 mg if what kind of problem and causes in occur

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Ron Says:
Pls keep this medicine handy for high fever .effective and safe dolo 650

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sathya Says:
i wanna an experts advise
my sister took 20 dolo650 and 35 pain killers, 2 tablets every 5 mins for about an hour and she i about 60 kg of weight
i think she did this to create a seen, i need ur advise

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raj Says:
My kid 11yrs. is complaining right year back pain can give him Aceto 650mg

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raj Says:

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manish Says:
She is f***in mad...surprised her liver still functions

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iraj hayati Says:
it is useing in india and it seems for paian clear

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yet to be Dr nriZeZ Says:
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Overdose of dolo 650 leads to severe damage of liver, as it clearly states on the packaging material. Please be careful. Keep it to 3 per day max!

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uma Says:
can we take dolo 650 tablet weekly one tablet is that ok, or i will get any health problems in future

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Student Says:
Is she mad? Trying to kill herself? She can get overdose and liver toxicity,,, paracetamol 650 mg a.k.a dolo 650 is a very highly dosage. Bring her to the hospital as soon as you can. This reply might be late as i just see this. Hope she is fine. Follow your physician prescribtion. Don't miss or don't overdose. If u miss, u need to reschedule back.

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Student Says:
It is the same..acetaminophane is the sub-chemical scientific name or its other name is paracetamol. DOLO is just one of marketing name that classified. There is some drugs that derives from acetaminophane mixed with other drugs to increase efficiency to body and depends on a person's condition. So whatever it is, just straightforward ask nearby parmacist or physician instead of asking here. But it is a good effort searching for informations. My advice, if u are not confident, ask as many pharmacists and physician as u can. If there any contraindications that doubt u, then u can ask or search.. Hope everything will be okay.

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vrish Says:
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No, dolo 650 is more better and effective then aceto. ! Keep aceto. As an alternative drug against Dolo..if dolo is not available, then only administrate Aceto. !! Dolo is better

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rajesh Says:
i have some fever ? give me best suggestion?

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sangu Says:
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Hi my son is 15 yes old . he is suffering from high fever and throat pain. he also has col and cough. Please tell me what is the best medicine for this.

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Maashi Says:
should i use dolo 650 everyday for d pains on my joins and body?

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swatcats Says:
Dolo 650 is an Indian paracetamol It is an amazing tablet for fevers and headaches.

Due to its mg (650), it works very effectively, but more than 2 tablets/ day, will weaken the person.

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rakesh Says:
can dolo 650 can be taken with levoflexin 500

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