Acetaminophen: 76,319 reports
Active ingredients: acetaminophen
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- Pain - reported by 211 people
- Headache - reported by 84 people
- Arthritis - reported by 31 people
- Fever - reported by 29 people
- Back pain - low - reported by 18 people
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