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Paracetmal BO 500mg
Caffeine BP 30mg
Codeine phosphate BP 8mg
Pink tablet same size as a Panadol tablet

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iwantsideeffects Says:
plz list side effects

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shirley w. walker Says:
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.

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Verwon Says:
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 details here and here are more Caffeine details .

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