Panadol

Active Ingredient(s): Acetaminophen
Category: Pain Relief



Panadol Overview

Paracetamol, also known as acetaminophen and APAP, is a medicine used to treat pain and fever.[1] It is typically used for mild to moderate pain relief.[1] Evidence for its use to relieve fever in children is mixed.[11][12] It is often sold in combination with other medications, such as in many cold medications.[1] In combination with opioid pain medication, paracetamol is also used for severe pain such as cancer ...

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white oblong tablet with M L 77

A weird tablet with ML77 on one side. It's white and oblong. Would love to know what it is because we found it in our friend's room and want to make sure they are not abusing medications. ## The tablet is a Panadol Osteo tablet ## Hello Alpha Senpai, Meg is correct, the pill that you are describing is a Panadol Osteo Tablet. Here is some additional info that I pulled up from the manufacturers website. This pill is used for the relief of persistent pain associated with osteoarthritis and is not a prescription medicine so it can be picked up over the counter at available convenience stores. The active ingredient in this pill is paracetamol. Below I linked a picture just to verify that this is the pill you are describing. I hope this information helps. Have a great day and let me ...

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show the photo of xpx

What is this tablet white and written X(P)X in one side ## Hi Pancho, I was unable to locate a photo, but the white oval pill you're describing marked with "xPx" is reportedly identified as "Panadol Extra" film-coated tablets, containing a combination of Paracetamol (500mg) & Caffeine (65mg). This medication is marketed for use in treating minor aches and pains. Manufacturer: GlaxoSmithKline Inactive Ingredients -Starch pregelatinised, -Povidone K-25 -Calcium carbonate, -Crospovidone -Sodium methylparahydroxybenzoate (E219) -Sodium ethylparahydroxybenzoate (E215) -Sodium propylparahydroxybenzoate (E217) -Alginic Acid -Magnesium stearate. Source: hpra.ie/img/uploaded/swedocuments/pilpa0678-027-001-2165632.pdf Hope this helps!

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capsule shaped white pill with x p x imprint on one side

I have found a white capsule shaped pill (inside a packet of peanuts!!) with XPX printed on one side. Would really like to know what this is before i complain to the manufacturer. Any ideas please? ## No but at an after party the other night i stood up and the same looking pill fell from my lap or somewhere, i was kinda freaked since hadn't a breeze as to where it came from! does the p between the 2 x's have a small circle around it? im dying to find out what it is also but its probably nothing exciting. ## it is panadol ## Those are paracetamol pills for headache and cough and cold. ## I found one white colored tablet like this. What is this for?

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Heavy bleeding after taking primolut N Tab

I have had pcod since 2009. I am always having irregular periods also got hypothyroidism. Since the last 3 months I am having little bleeding daily. I consulted with one gynecologist. She had given primolut 10 mg for 5 days, 2 times daily. Nothing happened until the 3rd day. From the 3rd day I started menstruation, with very painful cramps. I could not get up from the pain. At last I took panadol (paracetamol) for 2 days. The pain and cramping is now ok. But the bleeding is increasing with heavy clotted blood (like the size of a lemon). I am really got tired. Need to change my pad every 1-2 hrs. Today is my 4th day. Still I am having heavy bleeding. What I should do? Should I consult my doctor or wait for a week? Thanks. ## HI, Maya! I'm very sorry about the issues that you've b...

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decondine side effects

I took decondine and got a headache. So, I ate decondine and panadol. I have constipation now. What should I do? ## Wanted to know the side effect of using decondine tablet

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primolut nor 10mg and panadol birth defects

My best friend is 4 months pregnant and she already took 24 tablets of primulot nor 10mg. That was 2pcs. twice daily for 6 days. Can it cause birth defects? We are worried if the fetus is still ok because not only that, she took PANADOL (medicine for headache) twice because she suffered headache on the 5th and 6th day of taking primulot nor. Please answer. ## Hello, NIcey! How are you? Primolut Nor contains a hormone that is actually essential to a healthy pregnancy, so no, that will not harm the baby. Pandadol is also considered safe to use during pregnancy, so there shouldn't be anything to worry about. She should, or course, let her doctor know that she took them, but there is likely no risk to the baby, as reported by the U.S. FDA. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Hi, ...

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White pill with N50 written on it?

Does anyone know what pill has N50 written on it and is white in color? It's shaped kind of like regular panadol. Found it on a friend and I'm very worried.

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what meds can i take for mixed connective tissue disease

I have SLE, Mixed Connective Tissue Disease, Scleraderma, Raynauds, Achalasia, Brain Tumour, Peripheral Nueropathy and Emphysema, and now it's affecting my heart. The only pain killer I am taking is Panadol Osteo because I'm allergic to morphine, codeine etc. The docs are also passing me back and forth like a hot potato. I know my diseases make it difficult for them to deal with (no picnic for me either) and I understand that very little research has been done on one person having so many rare conditions but I just want the truth and more importantly just a sign that maybe they care.

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Need help with lower back pain caused from sport - cricket

My name is Leon, over the past five years or so I injured my lower back from the sport cricket. I was the fastest bowler in my cricket club, then one day in a practice session I bowled and I get a shock in my lower back and could not walk due to the pain in my lower back. I went to the hospital, did some scan and they could not find anything amiss. They then gave me an inj. for the pain and some Panadol. A few days later I was good to go, but a year back as I was in the shower I bend and could not move my lower back. That same pain hit me like a train again, so I checked in at the hospital, where they could not find anything wrong. I was treated the same way then sent home. In just a few days I was all good to go again. Now I am in the same boat all over again. Plz help.

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Pain relief meds and their efficacy

Hi. My doctor says that 60mgs of Codeine with 1000mg of Panadol is equivalent to 10mg of Morphine. Being that I'm on Oxycontin 80 mgs twice a day, he has said I need to only take 2 tablets of Codeine a day to be comfortable... though my pain has magnified. Previously I was on 6 tablets a day of Codeine. Any thoughts on that?

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Acetaminophen
  • Capsule: 160mg, 500mg, 80mg
  • Drops: 80mg/0.8ml
  • Elixir: 160mg/5ml
  • Injection: 10mg/ml
  • Liquid: 1000mg/30ml, 120mg, 120mg/5ml, 160mg, 160mg/5ml, 160mg/ml, 48mg, 500mg, 500mg/15ml, 500mg/5ml, 650mg, 80mg, 80mg/0.8ml, 80mg/2.5ml, 80mg/5ml
  • Solution: 1000mg/100ml (10mg/ml), 160mg/5ml, 1gm/100ml (10mg/ml), 500mg/15ml
  • Suppository: 120mg, 325mg, 650mg, 80mg
  • Suspension: 160mg, 160mg/5ml, 80mg/0.8ml
  • Syrup: 160mg/5ml
  • Tablet: 160mg, 325mg, 500mg, 650mg
  • Tablet, Chewable: 160mg, 80mg
  • Tablet, Extended Release: 650mg
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

NDC Database Records for Panadol: (9 results)

Sorted by National Drug Code
  • 0135-0135 Panadol 500 mg Oral Tablet by Glaxosmithkline Consumer Healtcare Lp
  • 0135-0136 Panadol 500 mg Oral Tablet by Glaxosmithkline Consumer Healtcare Lp
  • 0135-0150 Panadol PM (Apap 500 mg / Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride 25 mg) Oral Tablet by Glaxosmithkline Consumer Healthcare Lp
  • 0135-0239 Panadol 500 mg Oral Tablet by Glaxosmithkline Consumer Healtcare Lp
  • 0135-0433 Panadol 500 mg Oral Tablet by Glaxosmithkline Consumer Healthcare Lp
  • 0135-0459 Panadol Cold & Flu Non-drowsy (Apap 500 mg / Phenylephrine Hydrochloride 5 mg) Oral Tablet by Glaxosmithkline Consumer Healthcare Lp
  • 0135-0507 Panadol 500 mg Oral Tablet by Glaxosmithkline Consumer Healthcare Lp
  • 0135-0537 Panadol 160 mg/5ml Oral Liquid by Glaxosmithkline Consumer Healthcare Lp
  • 0135-0539 Panadol 32 mg/ml Oral Liquid by Glaxosmithkline Consumer Healthcare Lp

Other drugs which contain Acetaminophen or a similar ingredient: (250 results)

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P ## If you do not post the imprint on the pill you are talking about, no one can possibly identify it for you. There ar... 1 reply
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