Acetaminophen + Pamabrom

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Acetaminophen + Pamabrom Overview

Midol is a brand of an over-the-counter drug for menstrual cramping and other effects related to premenstrual syndrome and menstruation. Midol is distributed by Bayer. Midol was originally sold in 1911 as a headache and toothache remedy that was considered safer because it did not use the narcotics typically used at the time.[1] It was then promoted as a cure for hiccups claiming it controlled spasms, and finally as a remedy for menstrual cramps and bloating.[2]...

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Acetaminophen + Pamabrom
  • Tablet: 400mg + 25mg, 500mg + 25mg
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NDC Database Records for Acetaminophen + Pamabrom: (11 results)

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  • 0280-8030 Midol Teen Oral Tablet, Coated by Bayer Healthcare LLC
  • 0498-7000 Apap 325 mg / Pamabrom 25 mg Oral Tablet by North Safety Products LLC
  • 0498-7001 Fem Relief Oral Tablet by North Safety Products LLC
  • 35418-710 Apap 500 mg / Pamabrom 25 mg Oral Tablet [painaid] by Zee Medical Inc
  • 47682-016 Apap 325 mg / Pamabrom 25 mg Oral Tablet by Unifirst First Aid Corporation
  • 47682-578 Apap 325 mg / Pamabrom 25 mg Oral Tablet by Unifirst First Aid Corporation
  • 47682-810 Apap 325 mg / Pamabrom 25 mg Oral Tablet by Unifirst First Aid Corporation
  • 47682-910 Apap 325 mg / Pamabrom 25 mg Oral Tablet by Unifirst First Aid Corporation
  • 51532-0700 Femadrine Oral Tablet by Afassco Inc.
  • 52389-153 Backaid (Acetaminophen 500 mg / Pamabrom 25 mg) Oral Tablet by Alva-amco Pharmacal Companies, Inc.
  • 67060-700 Cramp Tabs Oral Tablet by Advanced First Aid, Inc.

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