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Is there a link between taking Solphadol and weightloss?

I have been taking Solphadol since a bladder operation and have had steady weightloss since. I have not changed my eating habbits…

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One Response to “Is there a link between taking Solphadol and weightloss?”

  1. Chikine S said:

    Solpadol should NOT be given to anyone under the age of 12. If you are pregnant you should ask your doctor if it is ok to take Solpadol.
    The normal dose is 2 caplets no more than every 4 hours, with no more than 8 in any 24 hour period.
    The caplets and capsules can be taken with a drink of water. In the case of the effervescent tablets these should be dissolved in half a glass of water.
    NO other medicine containing Paracetamol MUST be taken whilst you are on a course of Solpadol.
    As I have found out to my cost, Solpadol may cause drowsiness or dizziness. The latter has happened to me and it can be a very weird feeling. I have had to be driven home from work as my hands were shaking.

    Sometimes an allergic reaction may occur. For example, you may get a skin rash, have swelling or itching. If this happens then you must contact your doctor immediately.
    To store Solpadol, you should keep them in the original packing and protect from moisture and do not store above 25C or 75F.

    For me, on the whole, Solpadol caplets are an excellent way of treating real pain, eg back ache or severe tooth ache.
    I recommend these to any prospective sufferers, but DO consult your doctor first.




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