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Should I let my doctor know I’m taking Midol?

If your symptoms are not improving with Midol, you should talk to your doctor. There may be other OTC medication options that you can take. Also, talk to your doctor if you have any questions about drug interactions and side effects. Otherwise, fairly healthy women taking this medication for menstrual symptoms do not necessarily need to consult with a doctor.

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