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  1. Look at the main ingredients

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  2. Medicine and side effects

    Side effects are unwanted effects of a medicine. Learn about where to get information on medicine side effects and how to get help.

  3. Medication safety for older people

    Older people are at increased risk of medicine-related problems. Learn how to take your medications safely and how to quiz your doctor.

  4. Which doses is right for u?

    Inform your doctor or do your own reasearch on Drugpharm before using and check what dose will make the chance smaller to experience one or less of the side effects. It also helps with trating the cause more effectively.

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You don’t need a prescription for some medicines.
These are called over-the-counter medicines.Like all medicines, you should think about the risks and benefits before using them.

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Some over-the-counter medicines are available only at pharmacies but you do not need to speak to a pharmacist to buy them. Examples include medicines to treat diarrhoea and symptoms of allergy.
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You can buy all reviewed medicines on this site without prescription and sometimes by your local pharmacy. Examples include cough and cold remedies, some painkillers such as paracetamol and aspirin, and vitamins.
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Frequently asked questions


  1. What are the risks of taking over-the-counter medicines?

    Over-the-counter medicines are still medicines. They have side effects, as well as benefits. For example, there are some over-the-counter painkillers you shouldn't use if you have stomach, kidney, liver or heart problems.

    And some over-the-counter medicines and alternative medicines can interact with other prescribed medicines, making them more effective or less effective. Or the combination may give you side effects.

    Always let your doctor or pharmacist know what prescription, over-the-counter and alternative or complementary medicines you are taking.

  2. Wich medications can cause bad side effects?

    Most medicines can cause some unwanted effects, some of the time. You might experience side effects even if you take your pain medicines exactly as recommended by your doctor.

    Some side effects can subside after you have been taking the medicine for a while. So don't stop taking your medicines or change your dosage without speaking with your doctor or pharmacist first.

    Other medicines, such as opioids, can cause serious side effects at any time during their use. This includes potentially life-threatening breathing problems.
    If you experience side effects that concern you, talk to your doctor as soon as possible.
    Every medicine has its own list of possible side effects. More information about side effects of a particular medicine can be found in the consumer medicines information (CMI) leaflet.

  3. Do pain-relief medications cause side effects?

    Most medicines can cause some unwanted effects, some of the time. You might experience side effects even if you take your pain medicines exactly as recommended by your doctor.

    Some side effects can subside after you have been taking the medicine for a while. So don't stop taking your medicines or change your dosage without speaking with your doctor or pharmacist first.

  4. Will I become addicted to pain-relief medicines?

    Pain-relief medicines that contain opioids are potentially addictive.
    After taking opioid medicines even for a short while, you can become tolerant to the medicine, meaning that over time you need higher doses to achieve the same level of pain relief.

    The higher the dose of opioids you take, the greater the risk of unwanted and potentially fatal side effects.
    It's also possible to become dependent on opioid medicines, meaning that if you stop taking them you may experience withdrawal symptoms and start craving opioids.

    Some people can become addicted to opioids, meaning they feel a compulsion to take opioids even if the medicine is having a negative effect. Symptoms of addiction include uncontrollable cravings and an inability to control opioid use — even if it's having a negative effect on personal relationships or finances.
    You are not abusing opioid medicines, however, if you take them for your pain as prescribed by your doctor.

  5. When should I see my doctor?

    If you have been managing short-term pain with over-the counter (OTC) medicines but your pain persists, or you are not sure how to cope with your pain at home you should speak to your doctor.

    You should also talk to your doctor if your medicines are not helping you control your pain, or if you're experiencing side effects. Some pain medicines, especially opioids, can be addictive, meaning that you feel a strong need to continue taking them.

    If you feel concerned that you or someone you know is becoming addicted to pain medicine, or is using it in a way that their doctor has not recommended, speak with your doctor or encourage them to seek help.

Tips for safe use of pain-relief medicines

  • Make sure your doctor knows which medicines you are taking, including any medicines you bought over the counter at a pharmacy.
  • Make sure you understand how to use your medicines. Always take them as recommended by your doctor.
  • Talk to your doctor if your medicines are not helping you to manage your pain, or if you are having problems with side effects.
  • Never share your medicines with other people or try another person’s medicine. Prescription medicines in particular are supplied to an individual based on their own circumstances, and can be dangerous if used inappropriately.
  • Don’t abruptly stop taking prescription pain-relief medication. Ask your doctor or pharmacist about how to stop, or reduce, your medicine.
  • Keep medicines in a safe place, out of children’s reach.
  • Return any unused pain-relief medicines to a pharmacy to be disposed of safely.

When should I see my doctor?

If you have been managing short-term pain with over-the counter (OTC) medicines but your pain persists or you are not sure how to cope with your pain at home you should speak to your doctor.

You should also talk to your doctor if your medicines are not helping you control your pain, or if you’re experiencing side effects. Some pain medicines, especially opioids, can be addictive, meaning that you feel a strong need to continue taking them.

If you feel concerned that you or someone you know is becoming addicted to pain medicine, or is using it in a way that their doctor has not recommended, speak with your doctor or encourage them to seek help.



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