Dihydrocodeine 30MG

Dihydrocodeine is a semi-synthetic opioid analgesic. Dihydrocodeine can best be described as a moderate pain reliever.

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what is dihydrocodeine

Dihydrocodeine is an opioid pain reliever (sometimes called an opiate). It’s use to alleviate pain that’s moderate to severe. It works by binding to opioid receptors, which are tiny locations in your central nervous system (brain and spinal cord). This causes a reduction in the way you sense pain and how you react to it. Dihydrocodeine is only available with a doctor’s prescription.

Dihydrocodeine is sometimes prescribed in a drug called co-dydramol, which combines dihydrocodeine with the pain reliever paracetamol. Co-dydramol is available by prescription and on the advice of a pharmacist from pharmacies.

Dihydrocodeine should be use before any other medication.

Some medicines are not appropriate for people with specific medical problems, and others can only be used with caution. As a result, it’s critical that you tell your doctor before you start taking dihydrocodeine:

when you’re expecting a child or are breastfeeding.
you have an issue with the way your liver or kidneys work, you should see a doctor.
If you have a problem with your prostate or have trouble passing pee.
have asthma or COPD, or if you suffer from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
your blood pressure has been diagnose as low.
thyroid gland or adrenal glands are malfunctioning.
you suffer from epilepsy.

bile duct or pancreas are malfunctioning.
been constipated for more than a week or if you’re suffering from an inflammatory bowel disease.
have myasthenia gravis, a disorder that causes muscle weakness.
you’ve had a serious head injury recently.
ever been addict to drugs or alcohol, this book is for you.
ever experienced a bad reaction to a medication.
taking any other medications, tell your doctor. This includes over-the-counter, herbal, and complementary medicines, as well as prescription and non-prescription medications.

What is the best way to take dihydrocodeine?

Read the manufacturer’s printed information sheet from within the carton before starting the therapy. It will offer you with more information about dihydrocodeine as well as a complete list of the negative effects that you may encounter as a result of taking it.
Take dihydrocodeine exactly as prescribed by your doctor. Because tablets come in a variety of strengths, your doctor or pharmacist will advise you on how often you should take your doses. As a rule of thumb, 30 mg tablets should be every 4-6 hours  and 12 hour pills (DHC Continus® brand) should be  every 12 hours. The instructions for taking the tablets is on the pack’s label to remind you of what the doctor has prescribe.

If you’ve been prescribe DHC Continus® tablets, these are carefully engineer to release dihydrocodeine slowly throughout the day, giving you a more consistent painkilling impact. It’s critical to swallow the tablets whole (don’t chew or crush them), or the medicine will be release too quickly into your bloodstream, causing problems.
If your child has been prescribe dihydrocodeine liquid medicine, double-check the label to ensure you are administering the correct dose.
If you miss to take a dose, take it as soon as you remember, then resume your regular dosing schedule. To make up for a missed dose, do not combine two doses.

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