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Panadol Baby & Infant (Suspension)
*from 2months

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Children's Panadol (5-12 years) Elixir

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Panadol Advance

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Panadol Night

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Panadol Actifast

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Panadol Joint

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Panadol Cold + Flu

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Panadol Cold + Flu Vapour Release + Decongestant

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Panadol Sinus

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Panadol Cold + Flu Day

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Panadol Cold + Flu All in One

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Panadol Extra with Optizorb

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Panadol Migraine

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Panadol Woman

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Colourfree Baby Drops

Panadol Advance

  • Tablets
  • 12-Adult. Can be given to children aged 6-12 years 1/2 to 1 tablet, 3-4 times daily.
  • Advanced Absorption*
  • 500mg Paracetamol
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Chewable Tablet

Panadol Baby & Infant (Suspension) *from 2 months

  • Suspension
  • from 2 months
  • Gentle on Tiny Tummies when used as directed
  • Active ingredients:
  • Panadol Baby & Infant is a pleasant suspension with a Strawberry flavour which makes it easier to administer
  • Each 5ml contains 120mg paracetamol
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Elixir 5-12 Years

Children's Panadol (5-12 years) Elixir

  • Suspension
  • 5-12 Years
  • Raspberry Flavoured
  • Each 5ml contains 240mg paracetamol
  • Children’s Panadol (5-12 years) elixir is alcohol free

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Soluble 7+ Years

Panadol Night

  • Tablets
  • 12-Adult
  • Trusted Pain Relief
  • Active ingredients: Paracetamol 500mg 
  • Diphenhydramine hydrochloride 25mg
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Soluble 7+ Years

Panadol Actifast

  • Tablets
  • 12-Adult
  • Absorbed Fast
  • Active ingredients: 500mg Paracetamol
  • Sodium content 173mg per tablet
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Soluble 7+ Years

Panadol Joint

  • Tablets
  • 12-Adult
  • Pain Relief up to 8 Hours
  • Active ingredient: 665mg Paracetamol
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Soluble 7+ Years

Panadol Cold + Flu

  • Caplets
  • Adults + children aged 12 years and older
  • Night Time Relief
  • Active ingredients:
  • Each caplet contains:
  • Paracetamol = 500 mg
  • Chlorpheniramine = 2 mg
  • Pseudoephedrine Hydrochloride = 30 mg
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Soluble 7+ Years

Panadol Cold + Flu Vapour Release + Decongestant

  • Powder Sachets
  • 12+ Years
  • Hot Drink
  • Each sachet contains:
  • Paracetamol = 600 mg
  • Phenylephrine=10mg
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Soluble 7+ Years

Panadol Sinus

  • Caplets
  • Adults + children over 12 years
  • Sinus Pain Relief
  • Active ingredients:
  • Each caplet contains:
  • Paracetamol = 500 mg
  • Pseudoephedrine Hydrochloride = 30 mg
  • Sinus Pain Relief
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Soluble 7+ Years

Panadol Cold + Flu Day

  • Caplets
  • Adults + children aged 12 years and older
  • Day Time Relief
  • Active Ingredients: 
  • Paracetamol = 500 mg
  • Caffeine = 25 mg
  • Phenylephrine Hydrochloride = 5mg
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Soluble 7+ Years

Panadol Cold + Flu All in One

  • Tablets
  • Adults + children over 12 years
  • Day & Night Relief
  • Each tablet contains:
  • Paracetamol = 250 mg
  • Guaifenesin = 100 mg
  • Phenylephrine Hydrochloride = 5 mg
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Soluble 7+ Years

Panadol Extra with Optizorb

  • Tablets
  • 12-Adult
  • Fights Tough Pain
  • Active ingredients:
  • 500mg Paracetamol
  • 65mg caffeine
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Soluble 7+ Years

Panadol Migraine

  • Tablets
  • 12-Adult
  • Treats migraine
  • Active ingredients:
  • 250 mg paracetamol
  • 250 mg acetylsalicylic acid
  • 65 mg caffeine
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Soluble 7+ Years

Panadol Woman

  • Tablets
  • 12+ Yrs
  • Relieves period pain
  • Active ingredient:
  • 500mg Paracetamol
  • 10mg hyoscine butylbromide
Three young women with dysmenorrhea hiking in the outdoors together to help reduce period pain
Three young women with dysmenorrhea hiking in the outdoors together to help reduce period pain

How to Reduce Period Pain –
9 Proven Ways

As many as 9 in 10 women experience period pain and cramps.1 There are many remedies and over-the-counter options (such as period cramps tablets) supported by science that can be used to fight back. Find out what may work for you.

How to reduce period pain with complementary methods?

Find out how your period pain is classified according to our Period Pain Assessment, and consider these extra ways to care for yourself during your period:

 

• Get some extra rest

• Take time to talk to people who understand what you’re going through

• Pamper yourself with special self-care routines

References

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  3.  Smith RP, Kaunitz AM. Patient education: Painful menstrual periods (dysmenorrhea) (Beyond the Basics). UpToDate.com, reviewed Apr 2019; updated 30 Mar 2018. Accessed online 07 May 2019.
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