Solpadeine Max: Dosage, Side Effects and Addiction

Solpadeine Max: Dosage, Side Effects and Addiction

Published: 18th August, 2017 in: Conditions

What is Solpadeine Max Used for?

Solpadeine Max is designed to provide relief from pain including migraine, toothache, menstrual cramps and back pain. It can also be used to combat pain caused by sporting injuries such as sprains, muscle soreness and sciatica. Whether you are experiencing severe or mild pain, Solpadeine Max can provide a solution.

Solpadeine Max Dosage

If you are 18 years or older, the correct dosage for you is one to two Solpadeine Max tablets to be taken every four to six hours as needed. However, you should not take more than eight tablets within 24 hours. If you are aged between 12 and 18 years old, the correct dosage is one or two Solpadeine max tablets every six hours. Do not exceed more than eight tablets in 24 hours.

Possible Side Effects of Solpadeine Max

Solpadeine Max comes with a range of potential side effects including constipation, nausea, vomiting, dry mouth, dizziness, sweating, itching, skin rash, difficulty passing urine and drowsiness. Everyone is unique and as a result you could experience one of these symptoms, a number of these symptoms or none of them. If you have any questions about using Solpadeine Max, discuss them with your GP.

Solpadeine Addiction

Solpadeine Max contains Paracetamol and Codeine in order to provide effective pain relief. When taken for an extended period, you could become addicted to this product. People who have used this product for longer than three days have experienced withdrawal symptoms once they have stopped taking it.

Solpadeine is designed to be used for short-term pain relief and should be used for no longer than a 3-day period unless advised by a health professional. Seek advice from your GP if you are concerned about the addictive nature of Solpadeine Max.