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Description Relief of mild to moderate pain including headache, migraine, toothache, period pains, muscle pains and backache. It can also relieve symptoms of rheumatic pains, influenza and colds. more

Pain Relief

Description For the effective relief of headaches, backache, period pain, dental pain, neuralgia, rheumatic pain, muscular pain, migraine, cold and flu symptoms and feverishness more

Pain Relief

Description Arnica: Use after any injury. Bruises, sprains, physical exhaustion, insomnia due to over tiredness, muscles ache all over. Homeopathy is a natural and safe alternative to conventional medicine which ... more

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Review of Syndol Pain Relief


“Anything for relief”

published 20/02/2013

Gave me relief, easy shape to swallow

Took a while to work

...a packet, a box of 30 tablets cost me just under £5 so as pain relief tablets go they certainly are not the cheapest. The tablets came in a cardboard box and it is quite a striking box as far as tablets go with a couple of different shades of blue one of which is shiny. It tells you on the front of the box that there are 30 tablets inside and also that the tablets are for fast relief of tension...

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Review of Boots Pain Relief Paracetamol Suspension 3 Months Plus


“Sticky Pain Relief”

published 04/03/2012

Works well, tastes nice

Sticky, price

...it states for 3 months and up and this is written to look like a drip of medicine is falling from the wording. The picture on the bottle is of a little boy looking happy which I guess is supposed to mean use this medicine and your child will be happy again. It states on the box, it can be used to relieve the symptoms of colds, flu, headache, toothache, other pains, and to reduce a fever (including f...

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Review of Members Advice on Pain Relief in Labour


helps you when you are in labour

can leave you with a sore back afterwards

...was telling me that some of the side effects could be headaches. Thinking now any pain relief has side effects as it is medication and you don't know how you are going to react to it. I was told that if I didn't get my epidural then it would be too late so the anaesthetist came in and started the process. It took about 20 minutes to put in and as I was in pain I didn't even feel that it was this...

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