Paracetamol Sugar Free Suspension 250mg/5ml - 200ml

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What is Paracetamol Suspension Used For?

Paracetamol Suspension 250mg/5ml contains paracetamol to relieve pain and reduce hight temperatures. Paracetamol Suspension can be used in children over 6 years and adults for the treatment of mild or moderate pain and feverishness associated with toothache, headache, earache, sore throat, post immunisation fever, colds and flu and other aches and pains.

Please note, flavour may vary.

Before giving Paracetamol Suspension To Your Child

Do not give Paracetamol Suspension if your child is taking any other paracetamol containing products, other flu, cold, cough or decongestant products or alcohol. Please do not give to your child if they are allegic to paracetamol or have kidney or liver problems.

How to give Paracetamol Suspension To Your Child

Please check the table overleaf to see how much of the medicine to use and never exceed that amount. It is important to shake the bottle for at least 10 seconds before use and pour into the spoon and never overfill the spoon.

Paracetamol Sugar Free Suspension 250mg/5ml - 200ml Reviews

By Clair Shepherd,
January 24, 2023
Great value for product Does the job
By Mia,
November 16, 2021
Brilliant
By Mia,
October 28, 2021
Brilliant-quickly processed
By customer,
May 04, 2021
Excellent
By CollectPlus Customer,
February 16, 2021
Great price for the same product as branded products

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