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If you can, it may also help to do some gentle exercise. You can report any suspected side effect to the UK safety scheme. Dr Bolster said the cause of death was an overdose due to a combination of paracetamol and codeine likely to represent too much Solpadol in solpacol system. Is co-codamol addictive? Pregnancy and breastfeeding Combined ibuprofen and codeine is not recommended during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

Ibuprofen and codeine (including nurofen plus)

Co-codamol contains paracetamol and codeine. Feelings of sickness normally wear off after a few days. However, it's important to treat pain in pregnancy. If you're addicted to co-codamol, you may find it difficult to stop taking it or feel you need to take it more often than necessary. They're generally not tested overdosd the effect they have on other medicines.

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While paracetamol is safe to take in pregnancy, codeine may not be the best choice of painkiller for you. When codeine blocks the pain receptors, there are other unwanted effects — for example slow and shallow breathing.

Non-urgent advice: Tell your doctor if you're: trying to get pregnant. Tests that may be done include: Blood and urine tests.

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In early pregnancy, codeine has been linked to some problems in unborn babies. If your pain has not gone away, talk to your pharmacist or doctor. This is because small amounts of the codeine in co-codamol get into breast milk and can cause breathing problems in your baby. If you need something to ease the discomfort, try taking an antacidbut do not put off speaking to your pharmacist or doctor if the symptoms don't go away.

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It might be better to try another painkiller, like paracetamol. And if you stop taking co-codamol suddenly you may suffer from withdrawal symptoms. How long can I take co-codamol for? These oevrdose feeling restless, agitated, anxious or nervous panic attacks. Do not drink any alcohol as birmingham sex chats will make you feel more tired.

Cautions with other medicines Some medicines affect the way co-codamol works. The health care provider will measure and monitor the person's vital s, including temperature, pulse, breathing rate, and blood pressure.

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Do not drive or use tools or machinery while you feel like this. Do not drink too much alcohol. City coroner Dr Myra Cullinane said: "It has been drawn to attention by the media recently — the dangers of some of these medicines and of taking them to excess," she said. For a full list, see the leaflet inside your medicine packet. Small amounts of the codeine may get into breast milk and can cause breathing problems in your baby.

There may be safer medicines you can take. These are not all the side effects of combined ibuprofen and codeine. You should call if you have any questions about poisoning or poison control.

Try to drink several glasses of water or another non-alcoholic liquid each day. People who take it as a recreational drug to get "high" are more likely to become addicted.

Co-codamol for adults

There are safer medicines you can take. His blood showed a reading of mg of paracetamol, where the fatal range begins at mg, and 2.

Your baby may also get breathing problems. You may need to take it soopadol longer if you have a long-term condition such as back pain.

Information: You can report any suspected side effect to the UK safety scheme. This is a free and confidential service. Talk to your doctor about taking an anti-sickness medicine if it carries on for longer. It can also slow down digestion, which is why codeine can cause constipation.

For example, if you're in pain after an injury or operation.