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How does Panadol Osteo provide relief from migraine and headache?

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How does Panadol Osteo provide me relief from migraine and headache from the Traumatic Brain Injury I have
Posted Fri, 21 Feb 2014 in General Health
Answered by Dr. Shafi Ullah Khan 1 hour later
Brief Answer: Acetaminophen acts for migraine Detailed Answer: good DayXXXX Thank you for asking. Migraines and headaches are very commonly treated with panadol which contains acetaminophen a classic drug for migraine. It is combined with some prokinetic and used thrice a day for two days in a week and repeated weekly. But different doctors advise them in different fashion after correlating clinically. Plus other ingredients like Excipients: Hypromellose ,Starch –Pregelatinised Maize ,Povidone ,Magnesium Stearate , Croscarmellose Sodium ,Stearic Acid,Glycerol Triacetate , Carnauba Wax etc are good for geriatric arthralgias and arthritis. So take the medicine and stay compliant with the drug and stay in touch with your neurologist for further management. Hope this helps. Kindly close the discusison please and rate the answer as per your experience. Take care
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