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Panadol Children's Suspension 1-6 Years

Panadol Children's Suspension 1-6 Years

  • Suspension
  • 1-6 Yrs
  • Gentle on the Stomach
  • Active Ingredient: 120 mg/5 ml Paracetamol
  • No Alcohol.
  • No Aspriin.
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Panadol Chewable Tablets

Panadol Chewable Tablets 

  • Chewable Tablets
  • 2-12Yrs
  • Gentle on the Stomach
  • Active Ingredient: 120 mg Paracetamol
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Panadol Children's Suspension 6+

Panadol Children's Suspension 6+

  • Suspension
  • 6 -12 Yrs
  • Gentle on the Stomach
  • Active Ingredient: 250 mg/5ml Paracetamol
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Panadol with Optizorb

Panadol with Optizorb

  • Caplets 
  • 12+ Yrs
  • Quicker Absorption
  • Active ingredient: 500mg Paracetamol
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Panadol Mini Caps

Panadol Mini Caps

  • Caplets 
  • 12+ Yrs
  • Easier to Swallow
  • Active ingredient: 500mg Paracetamol
  • No gluten, lactose or sugar
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Panadol Soluble

Panadol Soluble

  • Effervescent Tablets
  • 12+ Yrs
  • Quicker Absorption
  • Active ingredient: 500mg Paracetamol
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Panadol Extra With Optizorb

Panadol Extra With Optizorb

  • Caplets
  • 12+ Yrs
  • Fights Tough Pain 
  • Active ingredient: 500mg Paracetamol, 65mg Caffeine
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Panadol ActiFast

Panadol ActiFast

  • Caplets
  • 12+ Yrs
  • Absorbed 2x Faster
  • Active ingredient: 500mg of Paracetamol.
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Panadol Hot Remedy

Panadol Hot Remedy

  • Powder Sachet
  • 12+ Yrs
  • Hot Drink
  • Active ingredient: 750mg Paracetamol, 10mg Phenylephrine HCI, 60mg Vitamin C 
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Panadol Cough & Cold

Panadol Cough & Cold

  • Caplets
  • 12+ Yrs
  • Multi-Symptomatic Relief
  • Active ingredient: 250mg Paracetamol, 5mg Phenylephrine HCI, 100mg Guaiphenesin 
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Panadol SinusMAX

Panadol SinusMAX

  • Caplets
  • 12+ Yrs
  • Sinus Pain
  • Active ingredient: 500mg Paracetamol, 5mg Phenylephrine HCI  
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Panadol Cold Relief PE

Panadol Cold Relief PE

  • Caplets
  • 12+ Yrs
  • Relief of Cold & Flu Symptoms
  • Active ingredient: 500mg Paracetamol, 5mg Phenylephrine HCI  
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Panadol Extend

Panadol Extend

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  • 12+ Yrs
  • Long-Lasting Relief
  • Active ingredient: 665mg Paracetamol 
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Panaflex Patch

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  • 12+ Yrs
  • Back Pain Remedy
  • Active ingredient: 1.5% w/w Glycol Salicylate, 1.0% w/w L-Menthol, 0.5% w/w DL-Camphor, 0.3% w/w DL-α- Tocopherol Acetate (Vitamin E)
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PanaMAX Gel

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  • 12+ Yrs
  • Anti-inflammatory Pain Relief 
  • Active ingredient: 10mg Sodium Diclofenac
  • Contains menthol for soothing cooling relief
  • Non Greasy
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Panadol Menstrual

  • Caplets
  • 12+ Yrs
  • Relief Period Pain 
  • Active ingredient: 500mg Paracetamol, 25mg Pamabrom 
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PanaMax Roll-On

  • Roll-on gel
  • 12+ Yrs
  • Anti-inflammatory Pain Relief 
  • Active ingredient: 10mg Sodium Diclofenac
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Panaflex Ultra Thin

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  • Active ingredient: 30mg L-Menthol, 100mg Methyl Salicylate 
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Teething

Teething usually begins around 6 months of age. However, it is normal for teething to start at any time between 3 months and 12 months of age. During teething, the first set of teeth, called primary teeth or milk teeth, erupt and break through the gums. Teething symptoms may begin about 3 to 5 days before a tooth breaks the skin, causing pain and discomfort to the child.

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TEETHING – TAKING CARE OF YOUR BABY’S TEETH

Babies can get their first teeth anywhere between three and fifteen months, but commonly between four and nine months — although discomfort may start earlier. Dribbling at three months is usually a result of your baby learning to put things in their mouth, which is part of normal development.30-32

Pain relief and what you can do to help31,32

  • Rub your baby’s sore gums gently with your finger.
  • Give your baby a teething ring – either a soft rubber one or the plastic type that can be kept in the refrigerator.
  • If you think your baby is in pain, consider giving painkillers such as paracetamol as directed for the child’s age.
  • Avoid hard sharp-edged toys that could damage teeth and gums.

What not to do30-32

  • Do not dip pacifiers or teething rings in honey or sweet foods, as it may lead to dental decay (honey should not be given to babies under 12 months).
  • Do not suck your baby’s pacifier and give it back to them, as you will transfer bacteria from your mouth to theirs.

Signs of teething30-32

  • Rosy, flushed cheeks
  • Increased dribbling
  • Tugging at ears
  • Chewing on everything
  • Tender, swollen gums
  • Irritability
  • Disturbed sleep
  • Poor appetite
  • Loose, frequent stool
  • Sore red bottom or rashes

Note: Generally, teething does not cause fevers. If your baby has a high temperature, consult your doctor.31,32

The importance of first teeth30

What many parents do not realise is that emerging baby teeth need to be looked after as carefully as we look after permanent teeth.

On top of their obvious importance for chewing and speaking, they help proper jaw development and reserve spaces for permanent teeth later.

Tips for caring for baby teeth33

Start cleaning when teeth appear. Gently wipe with a clean damp cloth at bath time.

Progress to a small soft bristle toothbrush with water (There are special brushes available for babies).

Hold the baby sitting against you facing the bathroom mirror so they can see their teeth being cleaned.

Let your baby play with their toothbrush while they watch you brush your teeth (It takes years for them to learn how to brush).

Start using a pea-sized amount of low-fluoride children’s toothpaste only when they have learnt to spit things out from their mouth.

Limit the amount of sugary foods in their diet.

How long do baby teeth last?34

The front teeth will last until the age of five to seven years.

The back molars last until the age of about 12 years.

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