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Taking Panadol osteo for hip replacement. Using Airomir inhaler. Side effects?

I have been taking panadol osteo since 1st hip replacement Feb last year before that I was on capatex but as it has been taken off the market in AUSTRALIA one dos`nt have much choice had 2nd hip replaced other leg of course.
also I have been using a Airomir Inhaler for many years off and on
my query is would the panadol osteo

Regards Lois

Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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Hi, thank you for posting at Health Care Magic.

Panadol Osteo (acetaminophen) is a good treatment for light pain. You should not use for too long for its side effect. It cause blood disorder and rash. It also damage pancreas, liver and kidney.

Airomir Inhaler in general is acceptable, because it doesn't have many side effects.
In order to reduce pain you should contact your ortoped to fix your prosthesis, because it can be damaged.

Good Luck.
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