... Tylenol... it sounds like they are the same but my friend swears there is something different in it, and she buys from a NZ pharmacy. My husband has bad osteoarthritis and also has leukemia. Currently he rotates between ibuprofen, aleve and a prescription Toradol. I know they can all affect the liver and kidneys, but I would like to find something that works consistently. What else is in Panadol? Thanks!
Panadol is just acetaminophen or paracetamol as it is called in other countries other than the US. Perhaps she is seeing Paracetamol and thinks it is something different but paracetamol and acetaminophen are the same exact drug. There is an international drug checker that you can consult on this site. Go to the drugs A-Z section and click on the international link and look up Panadol-it will tell you that it is the same as Tylenol or acetaminophen.
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