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Information on Acetaminophen Suppositories

When oral acetaminophen is not an option, acetaminophen suppositories (Acephen™, FeverAll®) can be used to help reduce fevers and relieve minor aches and pains. The suppositories come in four strengths and are available over-the-counter (OTC).
 
Acetaminophen suppositories are taken rectally, usually every four to six hours as needed (depending on the exact dosage). In order to determine if acetaminophen suppositories are right for you, review the safety information before using them. The suppositories are not suitable for everyone, and they can react negatively with certain medications.
 
(Click Acetaminophen Suppositories for more information, including details about how the suppositories work, general safety precautions, whether they are available in generic form, and more.)
 

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