Solpadeine in Ireland for sale

Solpadeine Ireland is mainly used for the short-term treatment of severe to moderate pain when other existing painkillers have proved ineffective. Patients can take Solpadeine Ireland for up to 3 days. If you need to take this medicine for more than 3 days, you should contact your doctor or pharmacist for appropriate advice. Solpadeine Ireland contains codeine, which may cause poisoning if taken continuously for more than 3 days. If you stop taking it, you may experience withdrawal symptoms.

This medicine can be obtained without a prescription. Patients should use Solpadeine Ireland with caution to get the best results from their treatment. We also recommend that you keep this flyer, as you may need to return to it later. Keep out of the reach of children and eyes. Do not take this medicine after the expiry date which is stated on the carton. Store in a dry place at a temperature below 30 ° C.

Description of the medicinal product

In general, Solpadeine can be prescribed to treat headaches, migraines, toothaches, tension and sprains, menstrual cramps, rheumatic pains, back pain, sciatica, and more. Each Solpadeine tablet contains three active substances: codeine, paracetamol and caffeine. Paracetamol and codeine both belong to the category of analgesics. Codeine also belongs to a group of special medicines called opioid analgesics and works to relieve pain. It can also be used alone or in combination with other suitable analgesics. Caffeine is usually responsible for increasing the effectiveness of paracetamol.

Each tablet contains paracetamol (500 mg), caffeine (30 mg) and codeine phosphate hemihydrate (8 mg). The other ingredients are sorbitol powder (E 420), sodium bicarbonate, sodium saccharin, citric acid, sodium laurilsulfate, sodium carbonate, silicone oil and polyvinylpyrrolidone. Each pack of Solpadeine Ireland contains 16 to 32 effervescent tablets.

How to Take Solpadeine Ireland


  • If necessary, dissolve 2 tablets in 200 ml of water every 4-6 hours.
  • Do not exceed 8 tablets in 24 hours.
  • Do not exceed 4 hours during the tablet-taking period.

Children aged 16-18:

  • If necessary, dissolve 1-2 tablets in 200 ml of water every 6 hours.
  • Do not exceed 6 hours while taking the tablet.
  • Do not exceed 8 tablets in 24 hours.

Children 12-15 years old:

  • If necessary, dissolve 1 tablet in 200 ml of water every 6 hours.
  • Do not exceed 6 hours while taking the tablet.
  • Do not exceed 4 tablets in 24 hours.
  • Exceed the recommended dose.

In addition, it is important not to consume too much caffeine (eg coffee and / or tea). This is because high caffeine consumption can cause sleep disturbances, tremors and chest discomfort. Solpadeine Ireland should not be given to children under 12 years of age as it can cause serious breathing problems. Also, the consumption of this medicine should not exceed 3 days. If the pain persists after 3 days, talk to your doctor for further advice.


It is very important to monitor your condition while you are taking Sopladeine Ireland, as you may have certain allergic reactions to caffeine, paracetamol, codeine, other opioid painkillers and other ingredients in this medicine. Do not take Solpadeine if you have:

  • If you are already taking paracetamol or other medicines containing codeine;
  • If you are under 12 years old
  • When used to relieve pain in adolescents and children (0-18 years of age) who have had their tonsils or adenoids removed due to obstructive sleep apnea syndrome;
  • If you know, you can metabolize codeine to morphine very quickly;
  • If you are planning to take this medicine while breast-feeding.

Side effects

Solpadeine Ireland may cause certain side effects in patients. Therefore, it is recommended that you monitor your health and take this medicine if you have:

  • severe abdominal pain, nausea, dry mouth, and vomiting (if the gallbladder was recently removed);
  • dizziness, nervousness, drowsiness, irritability or restlessness;
  • allergic reactions such as skin rashes and itching of the skin, swelling of the face or mouth and shortness of breath;
  • peeling of the skin, rash or mouth ulcers, itching and sweating;
  • shortness of breath. If you have had any of these previous experiences while taking other painkillers (such as ibuprofen or aspirin), you are more likely to experience this.

sudden bleeding or bruising

  • difficulty urinating;
  • Abdominal disorders, nausea, rapid weight loss, yellowing of the eyes and / or skin, loss of appetite.
  • If you get any of the side effects, talk to your doctor straight away. The same applies to other possible side effects not mentioned in this leaflet. If you experience sudden discomfort or discomfort, consult a doctor immediately.