Who invented Midol?

Answer Midol is an over-the-counter medicine marketed by Bayer, for relief of menstrual cramps. The active ingredient in Midol Liquid Gels is ibuprofen, a pain reliever discovered in the 1960s by Stewart ... Read More »

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Please help!! Can I take 2 more midol?

You didn't say what 'Cramps'. The following Protocol is for PMS:Midol...two is OK! However, if you genuinely wish to make the pain go away have these on hand. 1.) Vitamin C. Yep, gud ole Vitamin C ... Read More »

What is the chemical name for Midol?

The formula name for Midol regular strength formula is hydroxyphenyl acetamide. These 2 chemicals function as a pain reliever and fever reducer. 8 carbons, 9 hydrogens and 2 oxygens make-up the che... Read More »

Who created Midol?

Midol was invented by Henry D. Calam of Peekskill, New York, and Hans A. Schaeffer of Linden, New Jersey. It was filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on November 21, 1995. Midol is used ... Read More »

What would happen if a man took Midol?

Bill Cosby says its the best toothache medicine a man can take.