When you’re in pain then the only thing you can think of is getting rid of those aches and pains that are driving you crazy.
Luckily for you, Solpadeine can help, their wide range of pain relief treatments use dual and triple action methods to help you ease your pain when you need it most.
They use combinations of paracetamol, codeine, and caffeine to ease everyday pains like headaches, migraines, joint pains, or toothache.
Solpadeine Max and Solpadeine Plus are both available in tablets or soluble formulas, so you can choose the perfect treatment for you, no matter what pain you’re facing.
Choosing the right Solpadeine tablets for you is easier than ever.
Solpadeine Plus is the ideal place to start if you’re suffering from aches and pains, while Solpadeine Max uses more codeine for stronger pain relief.
Solpadeine Migraine is perfect when you’re suffering from a headache or migraine, and can be used by those who prefer ibuprofen to paracetamol
Amount of codeine in each tablet
Solpadeine products are designed to be used for pain relief and aren’t designed to treat many common cold and flu symptoms, so we don’t recommend these products for those who have a cold or the flu.
However, most Solpadeine products contain paracetamol, which can help to reduce a fever or high temperature, which is a common symptom of a cold or the flu.
They can also ease pain caused by headaches, which can happen when you’re congested.
This means that if you take Solpadeine products for pain relief when you have a cold, you can still experience these benefits as well.
With that being said, if you have a cold or the flu and need a remedy that will work for you, ask your doctor or pharmacist to recommend a suitable product that will relieve all of your symptoms effectively, rather than products that are designed for pain relief
Like all medications, Solpadeine products can have side effects, although not everyone will experience them.
Some of the most common side effects of Solpadeine Max and Solpadeine Plus include:
For a complete list of potential side effects of Solpadeine, please see the patient information leaflet that comes with your product.
Codeine is a painkiller which can be used for stronger or longer-lasting pain.
It can help to ease pain that can’t be easily controlled by other everyday painkillers, like ibuprofen, paracetamol, or aspirin.
Codeine can be used at the same time as some other painkillers, giving you the benefits of both medicines and making it easier to keep stronger pains under control.
For example, you can buy a combination of codeine and paracetamol, which is called co-codamol, over the counter at most pharmacies.
Although codeine can be a real help when you’re struggling to manage pain, you should only take it for shorter periods of time and should speak to your doctor or pharmacist if you find that you need to take codeine-based medications for more than 3 days.
Headaches and migraines are a real pain in the neck, or well, a pain in the head, but how do you know if you’re dealing with a migraine or a headache?
Both of them cause a lot of pain in your head, but what is the difference between the two?
If you’re not sure whether the head pain that’s making you feel extra grumpy every Monday morning is a headache or a migraine then you’re in luck, as we’re about to break down what makes the two so different.
Although the exact cause of migraines isn’t known, there are lots of triggers that people have noticed tend to induce a migraine.
These triggers are different for everyone, so it can be wise to keep a diary of when your migraines happen so you can try to work out when and what triggers them for you.
Some of the most common migraine triggers you may want to keep track of include:
For most cases of a migraine, the standard off the shelf treatments, paracetamol and ibuprofen, should be enough to help relieve the effects and successfully ease all aches and pains.
When those don’t work, an over the counter or prescribed treatment is likely the course required so you will need to speak to a doctor, pharmacist or specialist.
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