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Bisoprolol And Co Codamol Interaction
Yes, it can: The portion which can hurt the liver is the acetaminophen contained in the medicine. However, if used according to the schedule prescribed, damage to the liver from acetaminophen is unlikely. You can't take more pills or take them more frequently. Used according to the recommendations, it is fairly safe for the liver Good luck. ...Read more
Not best sequence: You provide no specific information, but I assume the sumatriptan is for migraine, and if so, works best when used no later than within the first 90 minutes. The co-codamol could be used as a rescue agent later if the sumatriptan failed, but the former is a lousy migraine approach as rebound could occur, and better off using Cambia as second drug. ...Read more
Could long term co codamol use (2 years of between 4-6 500/8 tablets daily) cause pain sensitivity to increase?
Hyperalgesia: Prolonged and sometimes even short term course of treatment with opiate type medications (eg tylenol (acetaminophen) with Codeine or co codamol) may lead to hyperalgesia. This is when the pain for which the medication is being used for becomes more intense. Withdrawal symptoms are often painful as well. ...Read more
Can withdrawal from co codamol cause formication? I have been on 4-6 500/8 tablets daily for around two years and trying to come off them.
Does being Co-codamol affect your sperm. My partner been on them near 2 years. We have been trying for a baby since Christmas with no success?
Maybe (not). . .: Co-codamol is a brand of codeine+paracetamol sold in the UK to control pain. Chronic narcotic use can affect pituitary function resulting in decrease signal to testes, so less testosterone & possibly less sperm. But codeine is not considered a particularly powerful narcotic, although it may have some effect on pituitary. Best to have semen analysis. BTW, it can take up to 1yr to get pregnant. ...Read more
Doubtful: Co-codamol is a mixture of paracetamol and codeine is used for pain relief and should not be used to correct mood disorders. If your mood is being affected by pain that I could see your mood improving since your pain would be better. Again, it is a pain pill not a mood altering drug ...Read more
A number of things: An old TV commercial showed a woman pacing and acting very worried - the voiceover said "If you are worried that you might have a drug problem, you very probably HAVE a drug problem." Physical dependency is shown by increasing dose and withdrawal symptoms, but addiction requires loss of control, doing more harm than good, drug use causing harm in a persons life in multiple areas. See your doctor ...Read more
Would encourage: You to this under some form of medical supervision. ...Read more
I need my co codamol on drink free nights to relax as can't deprive myself totally so is this ok?
Troubling: Your question suggests many red flags for dependency. You categorize your evenings as "drink free" or, I suppose, "drink ok" nights! And then you say you must have a narcotic (co-codamol is paracetamol and codeine, a narcotic) on the other nights. It's not ok. .. confront the fact that this is a dependency problem and investigate ways to get help. We care. Write back and let us know how it goes ...Read more
I'm taking propanolol 2 three times a day, carbimozole 3 once a day, would it be safe for me to take co codamol?
I've gotten addicted to co-codamol and am worried I won't be able to live without this feeling, what should I do?
See your doctor!: Please see your doctor immediately! This requires immediate attention! ...Read more
Can withdrawal from long term co codamol use (2 years of between 4-6 500/8 tablets daily) cause prickly/crawling sensations?
Possible: Persistent "prickly/crawling" sensation in the lower extremities may be due to neuropathy & has many causes. Some meds can cause this problem, especially w/ prolonged use & symptoms can persist after stopping the offending med. Tyl & Codeine are rarely implicated. Even after stopping opiates, some individuals may continue to experience these symptoms. Other causes should be assessed for. ...Read more
What can I do to help my self and to make my self better after taking a little amount of co codamol and kalms and ibproprifen?
Opioid use: Co-codamol is Acetaminophen and codeine. Codeine is an opiate. Typically the path to dependence on an opioid involves ingestion of the drug with pain relief and a heightened feelings of pleasure, repeated drug use, changes in the brain, cravings and symptoms of withdrawal when drug is absent, inappropriate drug use to end withdrawal symptoms and/or to seek pleasure=drug dependence. ...Read more
Very common: Co-codamol (is a non-proprietary name used to denote a particular compound analgesic, a combination of Codeine phosphate and paracetamol (acetaminophen). Co-codamol tablets are used for the relief of mild to moderate pain when paracetamol or nsaids such as ibuprofen, Aspirin or Naproxen alone do not sufficiently relieve a patient's symptoms. ...Read more
Behavior: Preoccupation with obtaining, adverse consequences associated with ignoring responsibilities, broken family relationships, committing illegal acts in order to obtain the substance but no readily apparent symptoms like a physical ailment. There might be constricted tiny pupils but the average person might not notice. By the way, this is the same drug as tylenol (acetaminophen) with codeine. ...Read more
See urologist: I would see my pcp or a urologist soon. There are many possible causes, several of which require medical attention. ...Read more
Yes: Itching and other poorly describable sensations can be seen with opiate withdrawal. The acute phase of withdrawal symptoms last no longer than 2 weeks. Some individuals can experience a protracted form of withdrawal in which they experience withdrawal symptoms for months after cessation. Craving can be confused with intermittent symptoms of withdrawals. ...Read more
Can withdrawal pain from co codamol occur in localized parts of the body? Ie upper back and shoulders.
Got groin pain on left side and strongest co codamol not taking away all the pain so do I need stronger relief?
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