13 Actual Labels Seen On Medicine That Seem Too Stupid To Be Real.

The world of medicine is a fickle one. Not only are pharmaceutical companies responsible for the lives and well being of millions (if not billions) of people worldwide, they also face huge repercussions for even the slightest slip up. Some of these companies have tried to combat their liability by creating ridiculous warnings. Here's a collection of the 31 dumbest medical warnings.


Dumb medical warnings were sourced from dumbwarnings.com. If you're interested in reading more, check out their site.

Warning: May cause Drowsiness
-Nytol Sleeping Pills



Warning, do not take anally.
- Asthma inhaler



Do not take if allergic to aspirin.
- Bayer Aspirin



Do not use for household pets, including lizards
- Unknown Eye Drops



Warning, contains fish.
- Salmon oil capsules



Do not use before sex

- Unknown Laxative Pills



CAUTION: This product will cause drowsiness. Do not drive a motor vehicle
or operate machinery after use.

- Tylenol P.M.



Use of this product in conjunction with sedatives may cause drowsiness.

- Vicks Ny-Quil Gelp Caps



Do not use if intending to become pregnant.
- Unknown Birth Control Pills


Will not boost self confidence.
- No name allergy medication



Is not guaranteed to work.
- Pet brand antacid



Keep in a cool, dry place.
- Sunburn rash cream.



Do not place on groin.
-Acne medication

Have you ever seen a hilarious medication label?

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It's hard working in customer service, especially with irate customers. You need to be able to empathize and understand where your customers are coming from, show sympathy, and be willing to help them with their problem. However, if they come at you ranting and raving about an issue which clearly has nothing to do with you, well, then you're free to rant about them on the internet.

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