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  • Co-codamol
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  • 500mg/30mg
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Co-codamol - paracetamol/codeine - 500mg/8mg - 32 Tablets Co-codamol paracetamol/codeine Brand United Kingdom 500mg/8mg 32 Tablets DR $39.99 Requires Authorization
Co-codamol - paracetamol/codeine - 500mg/30mg - 30 Tablets Co-codamol paracetamol/codeine Brand United Kingdom 500mg/30mg 30 Tablets DR $85.58 Requires Authorization
Co-codamol - paracetamol/codeine - 500mg/30mg - 100 Tablets Co-codamol paracetamol/codeine Brand United Kingdom 500mg/30mg 100 Tablets DR $299.54 Requires Authorization
Co-codamol - paracetamol/codeine - 500mg/30mg - 30 Tablets Zapain/​Co-codamol paracetamol/codeine Generic United Kingdom 500mg/30mg 30 Tablets DR $85.58 Requires Authorization
Co-Codamol - paracetamol/codeine - 500mg/30mg - 100 Tablets Zapain/​Co-Codamol paracetamol/codeine Generic United Kingdom 500mg/30mg 100 Tablets DR $299.54 Requires Authorization
Co-codamol - paracetamol/codeine - 500mg/30mg - 30 Capsules Co-codamol paracetamol/codeine Brand United Kingdom 500mg/30mg 30 Capsules DR $85.58 -
Co-codamol - paracetamol/codeine - 500mg/30mg - 100 Capsules Co-codamol paracetamol/codeine Brand United Kingdom 500mg/30mg 100 Capsules DR $285.28 -
Co-codamol - paracetamol/codeine - 500mg/30mg - 30 Capsules Zapain/​Co-codamol paracetamol/codeine Generic United Kingdom 500mg/30mg 30 Capsules DR $85.58 -
Co-Codamol - paracetamol/codeine - 500mg/30mg - 100 Capsules Zapain/​Co-Codamol paracetamol/codeine Generic United Kingdom 500mg/30mg 100 Capsules DR $285.28 -

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Co-codamol (paracetamol and codeine) is a compound analgesic which contains both paracetamol and codeine. It is typically taken as-needed to treat mild to moderate acute pain when paracetamol alone is insufficient.

This combination of drugs is widely used around the world and generally considered safe as long as it is not taken in large doses or for long periods of time.

Pain Relief When you Need It

Like most acute pain treatments, co-codamol is taken as-needed. It is commonly used to manage pain from:

  • Toothache or dental procedures
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Headaches, including migraines
  • Muscle cramps, sprains or other injuries
  • Minor medical procedures
  • Wounds or broken bones

In patients 12 years old and up, administration is straightforward:

  • Take 1 to 2 tablets as-needed every 4 to 6 hours.
  • The initial dose is ideally taken at the first symptoms of pain.
  • Taking with food and water is optional.
  • Do not exceed 8 tablets (4000 mg paracetamol) in 24 hours.

Length of treatment can vary; it may be taken just once or twice a month for conditions such as headaches; in other cases it may be taken for days straight to manage more persistent pain, as from toothache. When taken consecutively, most doctors do not advise using the medication for longer than three days, for a few reasons:

  • The longer it is taken the greater the chances of developing side effects;
  • Taking codeine long-term may lead to tolerance, in which the medication no longer works as well at lower doses;
  • Codeine can be habit-forming if used often, leading to irritability and anxiety when treatment ends.

If pain treatment is needed for longer than three days, staggering co-codamol with another painkiller will likely avert all three issues.

Other Considerations

Too much paracetamol can cause serious liver damage; be careful to not take more than the recommended dose of co-codamol. Also note that a great many other products, including over-the-counter treatments, contain paracetamol; read labels carefully before taking additional medications.

The medication should not be given to children under age 12 without doctor approval; dosage strength will likely be determined by weight. Too much codeine can produce serious, even life-threatening adverse reactions in young patients. Codeine is known to pass through breast milk; mothers who are breast-feeding should not take co-codamol.

Patients with any serious preexisting conditions should speak with a doctor about risks before using codeine products, particularly those with any sort of breathing disorder--opiates are known to depress breathing in patients with asthma, sleep apnea, and similar conditions.

Speak with a doctor if taking any other medications; co-codamol may interfere with their effectiveness or cause unanticipated side effects.

Because codeine often produces feelings of euphoria or well-being, it is a widely-abused drug. For this reason there may be regulations regarding its purchase or possession in some areas; clients are responsible for complying with any such applicable regulations.

If addiction does occur, treatment may be gradually tapered off. It is unlikely to produce physical withdrawal symptoms unless it has been used in very high doses for months or longer. A doctor can provide more advice for quitting codeine.

Co-Codamol Side Effects

Most side effects from co-codamol are rare, and not cause for concern unless persistent or severe:

  • Nausea
  • Dry mouth
  • Light-headedness
  • Constipation
  • Euphoria
  • Drowsiness

Symptoms of more serious reactions call for immediate medical attention:

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Severe stomach pain, especially if it radiates to the back
  • Symptoms of jaundice (yellowing eyes or skin)
  • Difficult or painful urination
  • Allergic reactions (hives, itching, swelling of lips, tongue, or throat)
  • Slowed heart rate
  • Extreme confusion

Codeine makes many patients drowsy; use caution performing complex or dangerous tasks until the medication's effect is known.

This product ships from the UK with tracking

Co-codamol (paracetamol and codeine) is a compound analgesic which contains both paracetamol and codeine. It is typically taken as-needed to treat mild to moderate acute pain when paracetamol alone is insufficient.

This combination of drugs is widely used around the world and generally considered safe as long as it is not taken in large doses or for long periods of time.

Pain Relief When you Need It

Like most acute pain treatments, co-codamol is taken as-needed. It is commonly used to manage pain from:

  • Toothache or dental procedures
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Headaches, including migraines
  • Muscle cramps, sprains or other injuries
  • Minor medical procedures
  • Wounds or broken bones

In patients 12 years old and up, administration is straightforward:

  • Take 1 to 2 tablets as-needed every 4 to 6 hours.
  • The initial dose is ideally taken at the first symptoms of pain.
  • Taking with food and water is optional.
  • Do not exceed 8 tablets (4000 mg paracetamol) in 24 hours.

Length of treatment can vary; it may be taken just once or twice a month for conditions such as headaches; in other cases it may be taken for days straight to manage more persistent pain, as from toothache. When taken consecutively, most doctors do not advise using the medication for longer than three days, for a few reasons:

  • The longer it is taken the greater the chances of developing side effects;
  • Taking codeine long-term may lead to tolerance, in which the medication no longer works as well at lower doses;
  • Codeine can be habit-forming if used often, leading to irritability and anxiety when treatment ends.

If pain treatment is needed for longer than three days, staggering co-codamol with another painkiller will likely avert all three issues.

Other Considerations

Too much paracetamol can cause serious liver damage; be careful to not take more than the recommended dose of co-codamol. Also note that a great many other products, including over-the-counter treatments, contain paracetamol; read labels carefully before taking additional medications.

The medication should not be given to children under age 12 without doctor approval; dosage strength will likely be determined by weight. Too much codeine can produce serious, even life-threatening adverse reactions in young patients. Codeine is known to pass through breast milk; mothers who are breast-feeding should not take co-codamol.

Patients with any serious preexisting conditions should speak with a doctor about risks before using codeine products, particularly those with any sort of breathing disorder--opiates are known to depress breathing in patients with asthma, sleep apnea, and similar conditions.

Speak with a doctor if taking any other medications; co-codamol may interfere with their effectiveness or cause unanticipated side effects.

Because codeine often produces feelings of euphoria or well-being, it is a widely-abused drug. For this reason there may be regulations regarding its purchase or possession in some areas; clients are responsible for complying with any such applicable regulations.

If addiction does occur, treatment may be gradually tapered off. It is unlikely to produce physical withdrawal symptoms unless it has been used in very high doses for months or longer. A doctor can provide more advice for quitting codeine.

Co-Codamol Side Effects

Most side effects from co-codamol are rare, and not cause for concern unless persistent or severe:

  • Nausea
  • Dry mouth
  • Light-headedness
  • Constipation
  • Euphoria
  • Drowsiness

Symptoms of more serious reactions call for immediate medical attention:

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Severe stomach pain, especially if it radiates to the back
  • Symptoms of jaundice (yellowing eyes or skin)
  • Difficult or painful urination
  • Allergic reactions (hives, itching, swelling of lips, tongue, or throat)
  • Slowed heart rate
  • Extreme confusion

Codeine makes many patients drowsy; use caution performing complex or dangerous tasks until the medication's effect is known.

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Co-codamol

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Co-codamol

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Feb 25, 2020

David Hicks

Co-codamol

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Nov 18, 2019

ROGER RYLATT

Co-codamol

GREAT MEDICATION. BACK DAMAGED 40 YEARS AGO. MOST U.S. DOCTORS WILL NOT PRESCRIBE PAIN KILLERS FOR CHRONIC. KIWI IS THE BEST; THEY WANT TO HELP YOU

Feb 11, 2019

maureen O'Brien

Co-codamol

Great

Dec 23, 2018

Greg

Co-codamol

14 orthopedic surgeries from a work accident and living with chronic pain since 1999. This is a life saver on the really bad days.

Nov 17, 2017

joe eno

Co-codamol

Worked very well for my chronic back pain/osteo-arthritis!

Oct 22, 2017

Chris Gething

Co-codamol

I don't know yet but I just ordered....my point is to say what a great company these folks are. Customer service is superb. Some of our US sites could take some lessons. Thanks to you guys for very re...sponsible customer service. Love the "Kiwis".

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Jul 19, 2017

julie

Co-codamol

Great product! Even better company. They have superb customer service....wouldn't change them for the world!!!

Jul 4, 2017

GDI

Co-codamol

This is a great pain reliever and the side effects are non existent to minimal. Highly recommend.

Nov 26, 2016

David Copeland

Co-codamol

have 17 fibrous cysts on nerve roots as they go into spinal cord l5/s1 cysts conjoined. deemed medically noperable. constant pain lower rihgt side where nerves conjoined. need pain meds to function.yo...ur consideration greatly appreciated. can't work, get around with walker.

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Oct 28, 2016

Janel

Co-codamol

Severe headaches from cochlear implant surgery. Ibuprofen causes severe tinnitus. This medicine is the only one that can help my pain.

Aug 16, 2016

John Broadbent

Co-codamol

Over weight! Lower back issues

May 26, 2016

John D Broadbent

Co-codamol

Lower back pain when work hard

May 25, 2016

Toya

Co-codamol

I have horrible migraine that are so bad I can't function when I have them

May 24, 2016

Shana

Co-codamol

bad menstral cramps and endometriosis

Jun 9, 2015

Laurina Norvell

Co-codamol

was in a bad car accident20 yrs ago. have I have ruptured and bulging disc in my back. I'm not ready for surgery yet.just need something to take the edge off. so that I can be a mom and a wife. please... help me!!!!

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Feb 23, 2015

jane white

Co-codamol

Was diagnosed with fibors & pelvic pain, cyst.

Feb 1, 2015

Roy

Co-codamol

hey had back surgery in 2001 it's getting worse I need something for pain

Jan 31, 2015

Tina Lieberg

Co-codamol

Can you take anything you offer if your on a blood thinner?

Nov 11, 2014

Pam C. Waters

Co-codamol

Co-codamol works very well for Migraine Headaches!!!

Sep 24, 2014

Kai Gundersen

Co-codamol

I need i for treatment of my back,i had A prolaps in 2011.

Mar 28, 2014

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