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User Reviews for Paracetamol

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Muscle Pain 2 reviews 348 medications
   
9.7
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6.8
Summary of Paracetamol reviews 6 reviews 8.2

Reviews for Paracetamol

For Pain "Administered an IV bolus of 600mg of Paracetamol to a patient in severe to moderate pain and patient suddenly started sleeping off but that was not expected so I checked and found the pulse unrecordable and BP not measurable. Quickly gave and IV bolus of saline and restored vitals and subsequently monitored patient for the next six hours. I think the effect of rapid administration IV should be hammered on."

   
6.0

Innocent. O January 9, 2017

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For Pain "Paracetamol has no pain- relief effect on me, whatsoever."

   
1.0

Paracetamol_doesn't_work (taken for less than 1 month) March 19, 2015

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For Pain "Helps lower my blood sugar. I take 500 mg a day I live in the UK."

   
10

John Boing (taken for 10 years or more) December 14, 2013

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For Muscle Pain "Great for backache."

   
10

iansmed (taken for 5 to 10 years) July 23, 2013

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For Muscle Pain "It's for fever and muscle pain. It's the best if you have a muscle pain after training or the next day. 30 minutes after taking the pill you will be just fine."

   
9.0

LeJzi January 27, 2013

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For Pain "I have found Tylenol and other equivalents to be relatively ineffective in reducing pain associated with my Degenerative Disk Disease (Neck Pain, Severe Headaches, Lower Back Pain). I have had some success with tramadol coupled with muscle relaxants, Tylenol with codeine and Vicodin (5 and 7.5 mg). I also had good results with Aleve, until I started to have stomach problems."

doctorcasey September 11, 2010

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