Paramol Easy To Swallow Tablets


  • Effective Relief Of Acute Pain
  • Use For 3 Days Only
  • Can Cause Addiction

Paramol Easy To Swallow Tablets are an analgesic (or painkiller) that is used to treat acute moderate pain when other painkillers have not worked. 

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    How to Take Paramol

    Paramol Tablets should be taken during or after meals. Adults and adolescents 16 years old and over: • Take one or two tablets every four to six hours • Do not take more than 8 tablets in any 24 hour period Adolescents 12–15 years old: • Take one tablet every four to six hours • Do not take more than 4 tablets in any 24 hour period Children under 12 years: • Not recommended for children under 12 years. Take care when increasing the dose in the elderly. If symptoms persist or worsen, consult your doctor or pharmacist.

    Paramol 500 Tablet

    Paramol 500 tablet contains both paracetamol and dihydrocodeine. By combining both of these ingredients, Paramol 500 tablets is used to treat mild to moderate pain which is not relieved by traditional or standard paracetamol, ibuprofen or aspirin. The Paramol 500 tablet should only be used for short-term relief that isn’t provided by other painkiller medication. The individual ingredients that create Paramol ingredients, called Paracetamol and Dihydrocodeine, each have a different purpose. Paracetamol works by reducing the amount of prostaglandins produced by the brain and spinal cord. These are hormones produced to signal different kinds of problems your body might be experiencing. Here is an example; when a blood vessel is injured or ruptured, a prostaglandin called thromboxane is released and stimulates the formation of a blood clot to try and heal any damage. By reducing the amount sent to your brain and spinal cord, any painful sensations produced by nerve endings will be reduced and your pain threshold increased. So while the pain is still present, you either won’t feel it the same or feel it at all. Dihydrocodeine is another form of painkiller, however stronger, known as an opioid. When taken, they mimic the body’s natural pain reducing chemicals, called endorphins. By doing so they block the transmission of pain to the brain, decreasing any discomfort that you would otherwise feel.

    Paramol Ingredients – Whats in Paramol?

    A question we are often asked is ‘Whats in Paramol?’ Paramol ingredients include two active ingredients called Paracetamol and Dihydrocodeine. Paracetamol works by reducing the amount of prostaglandins produced by the brain and spinal cord. Prostaglandins are hormones naturally produced by the body in response to certain injuries. Dihydrocodeine is a different form of painkiller called an opioid. When taken they impersonate the body’s natural pain killing chemicals, known as endorphins. For any further answers of ‘Whats in Paramol?’ or the Paramol Ingredients, please either talk with your doctor/pharmacist or refer to your patient information leaflet.

    Paramol Side Effects

    Like with all medicine, Paramol Side Effects can occur but these aren’t experienced by everyone. If you experience any of these Paramol side effects, especially if any of them are getting progressively worse, immediately stop and speak to your doctor as soon as possible. Below is a list of Paramol Side Effects experienced more, or less when people have taken the Paramol pain relief. For a complete list of side effects please refer to your patient information leaflet. Seek immediate medical help if you experience any of the following symptoms –
    • Signs of a serious allergic reaction such as breathing difficulty, faster heart rate, severe skin reactions such as itchiness and any red rash with peeling, flaking or blistering.
    Other side effects if experienced should be told to your doctor include –
    • Bleeding or bruising caused by blood disorder
    • Depression
    • Hallucination
    • Mood changes
    • Confusion
    • Nightmares
    • Restlessness
    • Muscle stiffness
    • Headaches
    • Convulsions

    How Long For Paramol to Take Effect?

    Something you may be wondering is ‘How Long for Paramol to take effect?’ When taking a co-drydramol, a painkiller containing paracetamol and dihydrocodeine, it can take up to one hour to work and keeps working for about five hours. The amount of time can vary depending on each individual. If you have any further questions about ‘how long for Paramol to take effect?’ speak with your doctor or pharmacist for further clarification.

    Is Paramol Over The Counter?

    ‘Is Paramol over the counter?’ Paramol is the only co-dydramol painkiller available over the counter which contains the opioid called dihydrocodeine. For convenience and ease of use, My Pharmacy UK offers Paramol online. Simply fill out the above consultation form and proceed through the payment options and order Paramol online. If you need any further information about ‘Is Paramol over the counter?’ please do not hesitate to contact us via email or over the phone.

    Can You Take Paramol and Ibuprofen?

    A common question we are often asked is can you take paramol and ibuprofen? Paramol should never be taken together with another medication containing paracetamol. You run the risk of overdosing on paracetamol if anymore is taken. It is, however, safe to take co-dydramol (Paramol) with Ibuprofen. If you have any further queries relating to ‘Can you take Paramol and Ibuprofen?’ speak with your doctor or pharmacist.

    Paramol Pain Relief

    Paramol Pain relief isn’t the only pain relief treatment available. Other treatments include medicines called Solpadeine, Co-codamol, ibuprofen etc. Depending on the location of the pain and how intense it is, people may decide to try other treatments. Paramol Pain relief only targets mild to moderate pain, whilst other medications can be used to treat more severe pain.

    Does Paramol Make You Sleepy?

    One of the side effects that Paramol can cause is drowsiness/sleepy. So does Paramol make you sleepy? Yes, it can. However not everyone experiences the same side effects and drowsiness/sleepy is often one that is unlikely experienced by the majority of people. The chances of drowsiness occurring increases when taking other medications with Paramol, such as antipsychotics or antidepressants. Does Paramol make you sleepy? If so, you should not be operating any machinery and avoid consuming any alcohol.

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  • Side Effects

    Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects,
    although not everybody gets them.
    Stop taking the medicine and seek immediate medical
    help if you develop any of the following
    – signs of a serious allergic reaction, such as difficulties in
    breathing, faster heart beat, severe forms of skin reactions
    such as itchiness, skin rash with redness, peeling, flaking or
    blistering, swelling of the face.
    Tell your doctor if you experience the following side effects:
    – blood disorder resulting in unexplained or unusual bruising
    or bleeding, fever, sore throat, mouth ulcers.
    – depression, hallucination, confused, changes in mood,
    restlessness or nightmares
    – dizziness, spinning sensation, drowsiness, convulsions,
    uncontrollable twitching or jerking movements, headaches
    – blurred vision, double vision, reduction in pupil size
    – slow heartbeat, shortness of breath, cough suppression
    – stomach pain, feeling sick, constipation, vomiting, dry
    mouth, loss of bladder control, diarrhoea
    – muscle stiffness
    – pain or difficulty in passing urine
    – loss of libido, reduction in body temperature, excess
    sweating, tiredness, feeling unwell.
    How do I know if I’m addicted?
    If you take the medicine according to the instructions on the
    pack it is unlikely that you will become addicted to the
    medicine. However, if the following apply to you it is
    important that you talk to your doctor:
    • You need to take the medicine for longer periods of time.
    • You need to take more than the recommended dose.
    • When you stop taking the medicine you feel very unwell
    but you feel better if you start taking the medicine again.
    Reporting of side effects If you get any side effects, talk to
    your doctor, pharmacist or nurse.

  • Further Information

    Patient information leaflet