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Parol® tablets

Box of 30 tablets of 500 mg of paracetamol

The word “Parol®” is printed on each tablet

Parol® in tablet form is a very effective analgesic and antipyretic. Parol® is indicated for the relief of mild to moderate pain and to reduce fever.

Parol® tablet is used for the symptomatic treatment of acute or chronic pain: headache, toothache, dysmenorrhea, migraine, myalgia, neuralgia, posttraumatic pain, postoperative pain and musculoskeletal pain.

This medication can also be used as a fever reducer and pain reliever for influenza, colds, sore throats, sinusitis, and other acute feverish conditions.

Parol® tablet is not indicated below the age of 6 years. If necessary, Parol® Suspension is available.


Administration mode

  • Swallow the tablets with a glass of water

  • As with any analgesic, the treatment will be as short as possible and its duration strictly adapted to that of the symptomatology

  • In case of swallowing problems the tablet can be broken in half to make it easier to take

  • Always respect a minimum interval of 4 hours between two intakes

  • Do not use concomitantly with other medicines containing paracetamol

  • Do not exceed the prescribed dose.


Pregnancy and breast feeding

Parol® can be used in pregnant women.

After oral administration, paracetamol is excreted in breast milk in small amounts. No adverse effects on infants have been reported at therapeutic doses recommended for nursing mothers.

Side effects

At therapeutic doses of paracetamol, few adverse effects appear.

Unlike NSAIDs, Parol® has the advantage of not being associated with gastric bleeding.


Overdose : if the maximum recommended dose of Parol® is exceeded (> 4 g/day for several days) this is referred to as an overdose. In case of overdose, vomiting should be induced or gastric lavage performed.

The consequences of overdose can be very serious.

  • An overdose can lead to intoxication with nausea, vomiting, anorexia, pallor and abdominal pain. These symptoms usually appear within 24 hours of drug overdose

  • An overdose of paracetamol of 10 g or more in a single dose in adults, or 150 mg/kg of body weight in a single dose in children can damage the liver irreversibly. These clinical signs usually appear after two days

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