Paracetamol Suppositories contain a medicine called paracetamol. Paracetamol is one of a group of medicines called pain-killers (analgesics). A suppository is a small, torpedo-shaped medicine which is inserted
into the back passage (rectum). Paracetamol Suppositories are used to treat pain and high temperature (fever) in babies and children from the age of 1 year. They are used by children who find it difficult to take
paracetamol as tablets or syrup.