Perfalgan 1000mg Infusion should be administered under the supervision of a trained healthcare professional or a doctor only. It should not be self-administered. The dose of the medicine will depend on the condition you are being treated for and will be decided by your doctor. Follow your doctor’s instructions carefully to get maximum benefit from Perfalgan 1000mg Infusion.
Q. What if I vomit after taking Perfalgan 1000mg Infusion?
If you vomit in less than 30 minutes after having a dose of Perfalgan 1000mg Infusion tablets or syrup, retake the same dose again. If you vomit after 30 minutes of a dose, you do not need to take another one until the next standard dose.
Q. What are the serious side effects of taking an excess of the Perfalgan 1000mg Infusion?
Overdose of Perfalgan 1000mg Infusione may cause severe life-threatening liver injury. Taking more than the prescribed dose may also cause kidney injury, decreased platelet count, and even coma. Early symptoms of an overdose include nausea, vomiting, and general tiredness. Immediately consult a doctor or reach an emergency in case of a suspected overdose.
Q. When will I feel better after taking the Perfalgan 1000mg Infusion?
Usually, you will start feeling better after about half an hour of taking a Perfalgan 1000mg Infusion.
Q. Is Perfalgan 1000mg Infusion an antibiotic?
No, Perfalgan 1000mg Infusion is not an antibiotic. It works as a painkiller and fever-reducing medicine.
Q. Is Perfalgan 1000mg Infusion safe for children?
Perfalgan 1000mg Infusion is considered safe for children only when used as directed by the doctor.
Q. Can I take Perfalgan 1000mg Infusion and ibuprofen together?
Ibuprofen and Perfalgan 1000mg Infusion are safe medicines, but both should not be used together. Consult your doctor if you are not sure.
Q. Does Perfalgan 1000mg Infusion make babies sleepy?
No, Perfalgan 1000mg Infusion does not make babies sleepy. It is a pain-relieving medicine that is also used to control high fever.
Information last updated by Dr. Varun Gupta, MD Pharmacology on 26th Jan 2022. The medicine details are for information purpose only. Consult a doctor before taking any medicine.