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PANADOL REGULAR TABLETS

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PANADOL CHILDREN SUSPENSION 6+

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PANADOL CHILDREN’S BABY DROPS FOR INFANTS 1 MONTH – 2 YEARS

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TIPS FOR MANAGING MENSTRUAL PAIN

Here are a few tips to help ease period pain:

  • Heat: Applying heat to the abdomen can help ease menstrual pain. Try placing a heat pad or hot water bottle on the abdomen30,32
  • Exercise: Even if you do not feel like exercising during a painful period, doing some gentle exercise can help reduce the pain32
  • Massage: Gentle circular massage on the abdomen may help to ease period pain32
  • Medicines: Over-the-counter medications such as Ibuprofen or paracetamol have been shown to help relieve period pain30,32
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When to see a doctor

If you have any concerns about menstrual pain, see your pharmacist or doctor for advice, especially if you experience any of the following:30,32

  • Increased or prolonged pain
  • Pain that will not go away with over-the-counter medicines
  • Bleeding or period pain in between your menstrual periods
  • Abnormal discharge from the vagina, especially if it is thick or smelly

References

30. Patient. Period pain (dysmenorrhoea). Available at: http://patient.info/health/period-pain-dysmenorrhoea. Accessed 3 October, 2016.

32. UK NHS Choices. Period pain. Available at: http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Periodspainful/
Pages/Introduction.aspx. Accessed 3 October, 2016.

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