Panadol Advance tablets are mild analgesic and antipyretic and are recommended for treating most painful and febrile conditions..
Uses of Panadol Advance
- Muscle ache
- Sore Throat
- Cold Pain
Panadol Advance VS Panadol Extra Advance
- Each tablet contains Paracetamol 500 mg
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Adults, including older people, and 16-year – old children: one or two tablets as required up to four times a day. Children: 10-15 years of age: one tablet as needed up to four times a day. Not suitable for children below the age of 10 years. However, 500 mg Tablets should not be given to children for more than three days without consulting a doctor. Only oral administration.
Rare Side Effects
If any of the following overdose symptoms appear while taking acetaminophen, immediately receive emergency assistance:
- Bloody or black, stools tarry
- Cloudy, bloody urine
- Pain in the lower back
- Red spots on the skin
- Skin rashes or itching
- Unusual weakness or tiredness
- Sore Throat
- Bleeding or bruising
- Yellow or skin eyes
- A sudden decrease in the amount of urine
Symptoms of Overdose
- Sweating increased
- Cramps, Stomach pain
- Vomiting or nausea
Can Pregnant Women Use Panadol Advance?
Panadol advance for pregnant woman is safe. But, you should always consult your doctor before taking Panadol Advance.
How Does It Work?
Panadol Advance is an advanced paracetamol formulation containing OptizorbTM. With Optizorb starts releasing its medicine in as little as 5 minutes, unlike some pain relievers in your stomach – and still has the safety profile you trust from GSK.
Warnings & Precautions
- Always Read the label all the time
- If you are allergic to paracetamol do not take it
- Keep out of sight and reach of children.
- Before taking Panadol Advance, please consult your doctor if you have you have any liver or kidney problems.
- Overdose may result in failure of the liver. In the event of an overdose, immediate medical management is required, however, even if there are no symptoms of overdose.