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Saridon Uses

Saridon tablets are used for severe headaches, backaches, toothaches, muscles, and joint aches, including arthritis, menstrual pain, and ear pain. The medicine is also used to reduce symptoms associated with fever as it contains paracetamol, which works as an antipyretic medicine. The tablets are also used to clear a sore throat and treat flu symptoms. The medication provides a boost in energy as it contains caffeine.
Paracetamol has analgesic and antipyretic action. Propiphenazone has anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antipyretic activity. It relieves pain, inflammation, and fever. Caffeine is a natural substance extracted from coffee beans, tea leaves, and cocoa. It stimulates our brain, gives an energy boost, and makes us alert. It also has analgesic action. Combining these active ingredients, the medicine is very effective and provides quick pain relief.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

It is not recommended to take two Saridon tablets at the same time because this can cause an increase in toxic byproducts in the liver, which can be dangerous.

Saridon should not be taken by patients suffering from Gilbert's syndrome or hematopoietic dysfunction as it can cause severe and chronic headaches as well as asthma.

Alcohol and paracetamol are both metabolized in the liver and can have a negative impact on its function.

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