Codeine: How to Use and Sides

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codeineBuying codeine online has never been easier, and if you are looking for powerful pain relief medications to relieve the symptoms of arthritis, back pains, toothache, period pains, sports injuries or sciatica, this could be the perfect medicine for you, but it is essential that it is prescribed by a UK registered prescriber, who will determine your suitability for the drug during your online consultation.

What is Codeine?

Codeine is an Opioid (Analgesic) Pain Medication that is widely prescribed to treat the symptoms of mild to moderate pain.  Particularly powerful when combined with other common painkillers such as Ibuprofen and Paracetamol, it works by mimicking the action of endorphins, feel good chemicals in the brain and spinal cord, which block the transmission of pain signals to the brain. As the pain signals are unable to get through to the brain, the symptoms are reduced significantly, and patients can lead a normal happy life.

How to Buy Codeine Online

Codeine is a prescription only medication, and so higher doses must be prescribed by a Doctor or a Registered Online Pharmacist.  Some combination medicines that included codeine, such as Co-Codamol and Dihydrocodeine, are available to buy online from a registered UK pharmacy http://onlinepharmacyinuk.com/product/codeine/buy-dihydrocodeine-online/. You simply need to complete an online consultation which will be accessed by a qualified prescriber, and your medicines will be dispensed from a UK based chemist and delivered straight to your door in discreet packaging.

Buying codeine online is safe and easy.  You simply need to find a registered pharmacy (look for the Green Cross Registered Pharmacy sign), check its credentials with the General Pharmaceutical Council, and once you have ascertained that it is an approved online pharmacy, you can shop with confidence.  You can buy a variety of codeine based medicines online, from the comfort of your own home, and get the pain relief you need delivered within just 24 hours.

Is Codeine Suitable for You?

Codeine is not suitable for everyone, and so it is essential that you do not self-medicate with this type of painkiller.  Before ordering Codeine online, you should speak to your doctor or a prescribing pharmacist who will ascertain your suitability for codeine and prescribe a safe dose.  During your consultation, you should advise your doctor:

·       If you are pregnant, breast-feeding or planning pregnancy

·       If you have any kind of liver or kidney condition

·       If you have epilepsy

·       If you have high or low blood pressure

Your prescribers should also know if you are taking any other kind of medicines, if you have a dependency on alcohol or drugs, or if you have any medical condition that could be affected by codeine.

Side Effects of Codeine

Like most prescription medicines, Codeine comes with a list of side effects that you may or may not experience when taking it.  Potential side effects of codeine include drowsiness, nausea and vomiting, constipation, stomach pains, sweating, and itchiness or rash.  If you experience any of the aforementioned symptoms while taking codeine, or any other unusual side effects, you should stop taking your medicines immediately and seek medical advice.

How to Use Codeine

You should always take codeine exactly as prescribed by your doctor or online pharmacist.  You should discuss any concerns you may have with your prescriber and read the patient leaflet before taking your first dose.

It is very important that you do not take more than the prescribed dose of codeine, and so if you miss a dose for whatever reason, simply skip that dose and continue taking as prescribed.  Never double up – an overdose of codeine based medicines requires emergency medical attention

Published by Kidal Delonix (762 Posts)

Kidal Delonix is a contributor to Mr. Hoffman's blog. The views and opinions are entirely his/her own and may not reflect Mr Hoffman's views.

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