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Influenza, commonly referred to as the flu, is an infectious disease caused by RNA viruses of the biological family Orthomyxovir...
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Benadryl
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Panadol
Other name: Unisom (Unisom)
Other name: Acetaminophen (Acetaminophen)
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Method of use:
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Benadryl (diphen) is a brand name allergy medicine marketed over-the-counter drug by Johnson & Johnson subsidiary McNeil Consumer Healthcare. Prior to 2007, Benadryl was marketed by Pfizer. Benadryl was invented by George Rieveschl and first made publicl...
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Panadol is the GlaxoSmithKline trade name for paracetamol (International Nonproprietary Name) or acetaminophen (United States Adopted Name) , which is an over the counter drug pharmaceutical analgesic (pain reliever) and antipyretic (fever r...
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Addiction
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Tingling
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Wheezing
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Chicken Pox
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Paranoia
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Nightmares
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Contractions
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Diabetes
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Joint Pain
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Dry Mouth
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Contractions
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Addiction
3
Paranoia
3
Febrile Seizures
3
Loss Of Appetite
1
Blood Clots
1
High Blood Pressure
1
OHSS
1
Diabetes
1
Liver Damage
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About Benadryl
Benadryl (diphen) is a brand name allergy medicine marketed over-the-counter drug by Johnson & Johnson subsidiary McNeil Consumer Healthcare. Prior to 2007, Benadryl was marketed by Pfizer. Benadryl was invented by George Rieveschl and first made publicl...
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About Panadol
Panadol is the GlaxoSmithKline trade name for paracetamol (International Nonproprietary Name) or acetaminophen (United States Adopted Name) , which is an over the counter drug pharmaceutical analgesic (pain reliever) and antipyretic (fever r...
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20, 2007 Panadol has never worked for me. Benadryl worked...
" ...2007 Panadol has never worked for me. Benadryl worked at first but my body is used to it now. I'm taking 20mg of temazepam... "

panadol suppositories which work like a dream and my...
" ...to make DD vomit. We discovered panadol suppositories which work like a dream and my odd child even ...also likes Demazin clear. I'll second benedryl being the worst medicine from my childhood... "

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www.huggies.co.nz
give her relief from the cough as well as panadol to ease...
" ...to give benadryl and panadol at the same time ...wondering if i can give her the benadryl to give her relief from the cough as well as panadol to ease the ... "

cause the benadryl was doing nothing. It's now turned...
" ...one medicine for that, and another for her runny nose, and then panadol for her fever. She's not eating properly and she's so upset and clingy. Poor little thing. I'm so tired from... "

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www.wlsurgery.com
I usually just take one Panadol nighttime and that helps...
" ...risen either but I have always had problems sleeping. I usually just take one Panadol nighttime and that helps ease me into... "

like Benadryl Chesty Cough. Those ones really work for me...
" ...sparingly with my DD Mostly Panadol though. Personally, I will only ...mucus on the chest, like Benadryl Chesty Cough. Those ones really work for me so I... "

you very sleepy. I had flu when I was 4 weeks pregnant...
" ...very sleepy. I had flu when I was 4 weeks pregnant so the doctor told me what is safe. Benadryl for cough and colds is safe also. Panadol is safe... "

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later, I'll give her some panadol...first my son was sick...
" ...INP and Nat Just gave her the benadryl so will wait for an ...an hour later, I'll give her some panadol...first my son was sick for 1 full week... "

fair.....I've got the full-on flu (as in, aching muscles,...
" ...muscles, woozy head and headache, swollen glands, lungs full of mucus, heart palpitations in the shower) and my daughter is only 12 days old!! Is there anything I can do other than take Blackmores... "

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Sometimes I find panadol works better than anything...
" ...dry cough sometimes it's the only option. Sometimes I find panadol works better than anything else. I don't know why maybe ...also good old fashioned family benedryl, but because of her age... "

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