Codeine 30 mg
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Codeine is an opioid medicine that can only be obtained only with a prescription from an authorized doctor. It is available in different forms and variants for public use. Generally, Codeine is prescribed to treat moderate to severe pain originating due to any severe accidents or surgeries. It belongs to the group of medicines called narcotic analgesics or pain-relief medicines. This medicine is known to act on the central nervous system (CNS) of an individual to suppress pain sensations. But when Codeine medicine is used for a long time, it may form a habit, causing mental or physical dependence.
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Opioid analgesics like Codeine 30 mg are used to treat ongoing pain when painkillers such as paracetamol, ibuprofen, and aspirin are unable to work well. Codeine tablets are also used to treat diarrhea and sometimes also used to suppress cough. The Codeine 30 mg tablets available in the market can contain a single ingredient or may contain multi ingredients products combined with other pain relieving medicines or cold and flu medicines.
How Does Codeine 30 mg Affect the System?
In general pharmacological terms, Codeine 30 mg is classified as an antitussive, analgesic, and anti-diarrheal agent. The analgesic effect is achieved due to the excitation of opiate receptors present in the central nervous system, resulting in changing emotional reaction to the pain felt. After taking Codeine 30 mg medicine, it is generally prohibited to drive vehicles and perform any heavy work that requires increased attention or focus. Codeine has a strong sedative effect that reduces the concentration, memory, and attention of its user.
Currently, on our BigpharmaUSA online pharmacy platform, we provide the following variants of Codeine.
Methods and Dosage
Depending on the intensity of the disease and the composition of the particular drug, the dosage and treatment regimen differ and are generally determined by the authorized attending physician. However, 15 to 60 mg of the Codeine drug is recommended for pain management. It must be taken every 3-6 hours intervals considering the well-being and tolerance of the individual.
As an anti-diarrheal agent, Codeine 30 mg is prescribed 4 times a day. And to successfully suppress the cough, it is recommended to use 10-20 mg of Codeine 4 times a day. The maximum daily dosage for an adult should never exceed 120 mg of Codeine.
In the case of children for pain relief, Codeine 0.5 mg per kg of body weight is prescribed, 4 to 6 times a day. The same amount of the drug can also be used to treat diarrhea, but it is taken only 4 times a day. However, the daily dosage for coughing is 1 mg per kg of body weight for the category of children aged between 2 to 5 years. It is highly recommended to take the prescribed amount of dose regularly as scheduled to avoid overdosing. Moreover, you should always be in touch with your concerned doctor or healthcare provider, so that they can monitor your health conditions appropriately.
Consequences of Codeine 30 mg Usage
Opioids are strong pain medicines and can cause life-threatening respiratory or breathing problems. If you take Codeine30 mg, you may become dependent on this medicine even if you take it exactly as prescribed by your concerned doctor. Your doctor will monitor how you use Codeine 30 mg tablets, to reduce your risk of harm, including through misuse, abuse, and addiction. Any individual can also develop tolerance using Codeine medicines for a longer period. As the dosage increases, so does the risk of side effects.
Risks Associated with Codeine 30 mg
Just like any other medication if you do not follow the prescription strictly, you may experience several side effects and even fatal consequences like death.
- Continue to take Codeine 30 mg tablets for as long as your doctor prescribes you. If you stop taking Codeine suddenly, you may experience serious withdrawal symptoms.
- Codeine 30 mg may make it difficult for you to drive or operate heavy machinery. If you have recently started taking Codeine or another opioid medication, you may be at higher risk of having accidents.
- If your kidney or liver function is impaired, your doctor may decide that Codeine is not appropriate for you after evaluating your conditions.
- There are other factors that may limit your use of Codeine 30 mg pills such as if you drink alcohol or take other medicines that can cause drowsiness.
- Always allow your concerned authorized physician to make the desired changes to the prescription. Never try to take a different dose than prescribed.
- Avoid using multiple opioid pain relief medications simultaneously. This can result in severe drug interaction leading to fatal outcomes. Therefore, avoid taking Oxycodone, Hydrocodone, Norco, Lortab, etc.
How Codeine 30 mg is Excreted From the System?
Like all other drugs, Codeine 30 mg is also metabolized in the liver of an individual. But the difficulty in identifying Codeine addicts and abusers is that the decay products of Codeine drugs come out of the system very quickly, in a matter of hours. This is typically true for all drugs in the opioid group.
How Long Does Codeine Stay in the Blood and Urine?
The presence of codeine in the blood can be determined in the first 4 to 5 hours after taking the dose of Codeine. It turns out that it is much easier to determine the narcotic euphoria from the drug addict’s pharmacy drug by external signs than by analysis.
Codeine can stay in the urine for a couple of hours longer, but still, this time is not enough to make it worthwhile to test for traces of the drug in the system properly.
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