Dafalgan

Last Update January 30, 2016
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2.8
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Positive 7 "...warm drinks - teas, broth, etc. Sleep it out. Dafalgan 1g pills seem to be very effective in getting the fever to accelelrate its way out, from what I've... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 3 "...bad I couldn't sleep, and Dafalgan was the only thing in the house, so I took 2x500mg. Nothing terrible happened. It didn't help much though, so the ...day I took some diclofenac, which gave me such a... "Read more negative discussions
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son started taking Co-dafalgan on thursday and now his pain...
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" My son started taking Co-dafalgan on thursday and now his pain is down from a constant 4/10 to a 2/10. He... "

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son started taking Co-dafalgan on thursday and now his pain...
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" My son started taking Co-dafalgan on thursday and now his pain is down from a constant 4/10 to a 2/10. He... "

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k one Dafalgan and killed my...
" ...maybe not, but yea! Took one Dafalgan and killed my fever right at the beginning... "

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has over 38C give him some dafalgan, make sure the he/she...
" ...any SEVERE illness, he had light heart failure and some light immune ...condition than that baby. My son had flu several times and wasn't ...child has over 38C give him some dafalgan, make sure the he/she... "

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stayed all night.took again 500 mg dafalgan,but didn't help...
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" the first 2 days were really bad.in the evening the fever came back and stayed all night.took again 500 mg dafalgan,but didn't help much. I hope the next shots are a bit milder from... "

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ut. Dafalgan 1g pills seem to be very effective in getting t...
" ...warm drinks - teas, broth, etc. Sleep it out. Dafalgan 1g pills seem to be very effective in getting the fever to accelelrate its way out, from what I've... "

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Dafalgan and killed my fever right at the beginning n...
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" Took one Dafalgan and killed my fever right at the beginning... "

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acetylsalicacid (ASA). Take Dafalgan instead. Put a...
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" ...it anymore. Check if it's containing acetylsalicacid (ASA). Take Dafalgan instead. Put a new bandage with a bit of... "

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t I could be wrong. (Where did I put that dafalgan?)...
" ...of a party that actually has a much more complex background and platform than the average 20 Minuten reading expat gives it credit for. But I could be wrong. (Where did I put that dafalgan... "

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and didn't go away with dafalgan, swollen fingers, super...
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" ...symptom land. Diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, headache that lasted all night and didn't go away with dafalgan, swollen fingers, super bloating and joint pain. I just had everything! Am a... "

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