For short term pain relief, Solpadeine plus can be used to treat mild or moderate pains from a variety of causes, including headaches, migraines, period pains, toothaches, muscular pains, strains or sprains, backache, or sciatica. Solpadeine plus is only for use in patients over 12 years of age, and in cases where the pain has not been alleviated by ibuprofen, aspirin, or paracetamol. buy Solpadeine Plus Soluble Tablets online.
Paracetamol is a common painkiller. It is believed that paracetamol works by decreasing production of prostaglandins in the spinal cord and brain. Prostaglandins cause a react of pain when they affect nerve endings. By reducing the amount of prostaglandins, paracetamol reduces the amount of pain we feel.
Codeine is another common painkiller that is slightly stronger. It is an opioid, which is a type of medicine that works by acting as natural chemicals called endorphins. Codeine, like endorphins, bind to opioid receptors and block nerve signals that transmit feelings of pain to the brain. As a result, even though the cause of the pain remains, the pain signals do not reach the brain.
Solpadeine plus, in capsule or tablet form, contains 8mg of codeine in combination with paracetamol. This makes an effective solution for mild or moderate pain.
Caffeine may improve the painkilling effect of paracetamol, and also reduce any feelings of drowsiness that is caused by codeine.
Do not use more than the recommended dose of Solpadeine plus.
Do not use Solpadeine plus for more than three days without first consulting with a doctor or pharmacist. Regular use of codeine for more than three days can result in addiction.
If feelings of pain do not reduce while using Solpadeine plus, consult with a doctor or pharmacist.
Codeiene can cause the side effect of drowsiness. Solpadeine plus does not contain a large dose of codeine, and also contains caffeine, so drowsiness as a result of taking Solpadeine plus is unlikely. However, you should avoid driving or operating machinery after using Solpadeine plus. You should also avoid consuming alcohol whilst using Solpadeine plus.
As of March 2015, a ‘drug driving’ law has been in effect that allows roadside drug tests for prohibited substances in a driver’s saliva. Codeine is converted into morphine, one such prohibited substance, in the liver. As such, it may be considered an offence to drive while using Solpadeine plus. You should refrain from driving if this medicine affects you in any way that reduces your capability to drive, such as creating feelings of sleepiness, dizziness, lack of concentration, or if you suffer from blurred or double vision.
The effects on the body of metabolising codeine can vary significantly. This means that some people may experience side effects. These can include sleepiness, shallow breathing, reduced levels of consciousness, ‘pin-point’ pupils, reduction in appetite, constipation, nausea, and vomiting. If you begin to experience any of these side effects from Solpadeine plus, you should stop taking the medicine and consult with a doctor or pharmacist. Other people may find that Solpadeine plus do not sufficiently relieve painful symptoms. In this case, you should consult with a doctor or pharmacist.
You should try to avoid a high intake of caffeine whilst using Solpadeine plus, as consuming a lot of caffeine could result in an increased risk in side effects such as anxiety, restlessness, difficulty sleeping, palpitations, headaches, or irritability. Avoid using other products that contain paracetamol alongside Solpadeine plus. Always check the leaflet of any medicines you acquire through a prescription or over the counter, as many medicines contain paracetamol.
Overdosing on paracetamol is dangerous, and can result in serious kidney or liver damage. Never use more than the recommended dose of Solpadeine plus. In the event that an overdose occurs, seek medical advice immediately. It is possible that you will feel completely fine, but suffer serious liver damage afterwards.
The risk of liver damage as a result of a paracetamol overdose can be increased in heavy drinkers, as alcohol increases the risk of liver damage.
Do not use Solpadeine plus for more than three days without consulting with a doctor or pharmacist. Using Solpadeine plus for prolonged periods of time can result in a tolerance to it, making it a less effective treatment for pain. You may also end up dependent on codeine, resulting in withdrawal symptoms when you stop using Solpadeine plus.
Using painkillers to deal with headaches too often can end up making the headaches worse.
You should not use Solpadeine plus if you are also taking, or have taken in the last 14 days, a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI). MAOIs include the medicine selegiline for Parkinson’s, and the antidepressants trancylpromine, phenelzine, isocarboxazid, and moclobemide.
Do not use other medicines containing paracetamol whilst using Solpadeine plus. Many common medicines for pain, colds or flu contain paracetamol,
Solpadeine plus. Many common medicines for pain, colds or flu contain paracetamol, so ensure you check the information of any other medicines you take whilst using Solpadeine plus. Paracetamol can be known as acetaminophen in the USA.
Whilst the amount of codeine contained within Solpadeine plus is unlikely to cause drowsiness, this likelihood can be increased if any of the following are used at the same time:
- Antipsychotics, such as haloperidol or chlorpromazine
- Benzodiazepines, such as temazepam or diazepam
- Sedating antihistamines, such as chlorphenamine, promethazine, tripolidine, or hydroxyzine
- Sleeping tablets
- Opioid painkillers, such as dihydrocodeine, morphine, or tramadol
- Tricyclic antidepressants, such amitriptyline
Codeine can cause reduced muscle activity in the gut, and so may counteract the effect of the following medicines:
If codeine is taken alongside the following antimuscarinic medicines, there can be an increased risk of side effects such as constipation, dry mouth, or blurred vision:
Certain medicines for Parkinson’s, such as procyclidine, orphenadrine, or trihexiphenidyl
Certain medicines for urinary incontinence, such as oxybutynin, flavoxate, tolterodine, propiverine, or tropsium
Antipasmodics, such as atropine or hyosine
Using codeine alongside antimotility medicines to treat diarrhoea can cause sever constipation.
Using Quinidine, rifampicin, or ritonavir can hinder the pain reducing effect of codeine.
Do not take Colestryamine within an hour of using Solpadeine plus as it reduces the absorption of paracetamol.
The following other medicines contain the same active ingredients as Solpadeine plus:
- Solpadeine max soluble tablets
- Syndol headache relief
- Ultramol soluble
The following non-prescription medicines contain paracetamol and codeine, but don’t contain caffeine:
- Migraleve yellow
- Panadol ultra
- Solpadeine max tablets
The following prescription medicines contain paracetamol and codeine, but don’t contain caffeine:
You can also obtain co-codamol and effervescent tablets marketed as generic unbranded medicine, with non-prescription or prescription strength.
Solpadeine plus should not be used for more than three days in a row without consulting a doctor. Using Solpadeine for prolonged periods of time can result in the body growing a tolerance to it, reducing the effectiveness. It is also possible to become dependent on codeine, resulting in withdrawal symptoms when treatment is ceased.
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Generally, pain is the body’s mechanism for telling us that something is going wrong. An injured area will release chemicals called prostaglandins, which cause inflammation and cause nerve signals to reach the brain.
There are three classifications of pain:
- Acute pain
- This pain does not last long and is fast to appear, such as an ankle sprain or headache.
- Chronic pain
- This is pain that stays around long-term, such as pain associated with arthritis. Often this pain requires management by your GP.
- Recurrent pain
This pain appears and disappears over time – like period pain.
According to research, millions of people suffer from regular pains and aches, such as simple headaches. Over 25 million work and school days are lost to these recurrent minor pains every year. Click on the body part corresponding to your pain to see more information and how Solpadeine could help you deal with these problems.
Migraines, while less common than headaches, can be incredibly severe and debilitating. They are often associated with specific triggers such as certain foods or stress. Some people experience an ‘aura’ before a migraine, such as visual disturbances.
Period pain can be a debilitating annoyance to over half of women. The womb’s muscle wall can contract, compressing the blood vessels of the womb. These cramps reduce oxygen supply in the area, and so prosaglandins are released and pain is experienced.
Most people experience back pain at some point in their lives. Generally, back pain is a symptom of stress to the muscles, tendons or ligaments.
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