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Panadol Advance

Strip of 10 Tablets
TZS 1,500.00
  • Strength : 500mg
  • Category : Headache, Fever, Fever & Headache
  • Availability : In stock
  • Seller : E&S Pharmacy - Palm Village Shopping Mall, Mikocheni, Dar es Salaam
About this item

Panadol Advance Tablets are an over-the-counter pain relief solution designed to alleviate headaches, fevers, and other minor aches and pains. They contain the active ingredient Paracetamol, which works by blocking the signals of pain to the brain. The usual dose for adults is one to two tablets every four to six hours as required, but not exceeding eight tablets in a 24-hour period. Users should consult a healthcare provider if symptoms persist. Prolonged usage or overdose can lead to serious liver damage.

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