Dihydrocodeine

Category: Pain Relief



Dihydrocodeine Overview

Dihydrocodeine is a semi-synthetic opioid analgesic prescribed for pain or severe dyspnea, or as an antitussive, either alone or compounded with paracetamol (acetaminophen) (as in co-dydramol) or aspirin. It was developed in Germany in 1908 and first marketed in 1911.[3] Commonly available as tablets, solutions, elixirs, and other oral forms, dihydrocodeine is also available in some countries as an injectable solution for deep subcutaneous and intra-muscular administration. As...

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Dihydrocodeine 30 mg

I get dfs as part of treatment for internal problems, (i.e. cd, I get prescribed 30mg white, some tablets have C D H and others E54 I think, but just lately I have been receiving different markings C D A). The bottom line is have I got a cause for worry, as they are now being picked up by a friend and are now in a bottle? Any advice or info would be great. Thanks for your time. ## I recently received dfs from M & A Pharmachem. They're a round white scored pill. Have any of u had them before? If so, are they ok?

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Round white pill with CDH on it

Anyone know what this is? There are three other threads about them on here but no-one seems to reply. ## Hello, Daisy! How are you? The reason there hasn't been any response is because no identification has been found for these tablets, yet. I've searched quite a few times, but from what I can tell, they aren't available in the U.S., just in the U.K. and I can't find anything listing what they contain. However, I will keep looking and post back, when I have information. Does anyone else know what these are? ## These are dihydracodeine. ## It is dihydrocodine 30mg, found it in the boots website. Only in UK ## Can you send a link to the boots page ? ## 30mg dihydrocodeine

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White pill imprints G DH 30

There is a white pill with G on one side and DH30 on the other side. Half of this pill made me to have a deep good sleep, but now I can't find it. Can anyone identify it? ## Hello Omid, Was the prescription for this medication filled in the UK? The reason I ask is I was able to find a small bit of information on a 30 mg dihydrocodeine tablet that matches your description. Below is the additional information I found on this medication. Imprint: DH30;G. Color: White Shape: Round PIP Code: 109-2600 EAN Code 560076 Manufacturer: Generics (UK) I hope this information helps. Let me know if there is anything else you would like to know regarding this pill.

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Have the uk 'banned' prescribing Df118?

I have a friend, admittedly is a recovered opiate addict (20 plus yrs clean) who has arthritis, cancer, spinal injuries and has been prescribed df's for five plus yrs. Some gp in surgery won't honour his repeat prescripton.......saying that they have been discontinued! Whilst others in the same surgery say otherwise and give him his much needed prescription. All I can find on the net is that certain brands (activists being one) has ceased to manufacture. Any info will be great. Thanks. Xxxx ## I TAKE DIHYDROCODEINE TABLETS FOR BREAST CANCER AND ARTHERRITIS I HAVE BEEN TAKEING THEM FOR 7 YEARS I STILL GET THEM FROM MY GP WHY DID YOUR GP SAY THAT ITS BEEN STOPD DONT BLEVE HIM GO TO A NOTHER GP TELL HIM BUT LIKE I SAY I AM STILL ON THEM THY ARE NOT GOING TO BE STOPD ## Hello Katie,...

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Round white pill with R on one side and DH 30 on the other

Hi. I have a white round pill with an "R" on front and on the other side "DH" and a line; and underneath the line is "30". Can you please help identify it? ## From what I've been able to find, this tablet is from the UK and contains 30mgs of Dihydrocodeine, which is a narcotic pain reliever. The NIH warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Round White Pil With Pd30 Written On It

its a round uncoated white pill with PD on top and underneath the numbers 30...i need to know if they are painkillers please ## it is a painkiller combination of dihydrocodeine and paracetamol ## From what I have been able to find, Gee is correct, but it is always best to double check. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, constipation, and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with?

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PAINKILLERS

I was in unbearable pain with arthritis, my gp will not give me anything that works. I know it was wrong, but I ordered dihydrocodeine over the internet illegally, and I found that after an hour of absolute agony I an so relieved, and so happy. I have a very addictive personality but I need an alternative to stop the actual pain and probably help me to reduce, cos I am surely addicted to them by now. However I would be going back to a none life existence, I will be heartbroken when I cannot lift my grandchildren. So I am thinking what if I had them just at weekends, a lot of willpower is needed, but the alternative of non-stop hell without a break is a NO,NO, not now I have found I do not have to wake in agony everyday, life is too short, I am almost 60 now. Does anyone have any advice ...

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dihydricodine

Can you extract the codeine by using cold water extraction from dihydrocodeine ## No you cannot, you will be extracting Dihydrocodeine again, and why, Dihydrocodeine is relatively stronger with no ceiling effect meaning once you take so much codeine, the liver will not process any more. Dihydrocodeine has no ceiling effect

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Verification on a pill with co DYD on it

What is this pill round white pill with CO DYD ON IT ## Hi Janet, Based on the description provided, I've identified your pill as Co-Dydramol; containing 10mgs of Dihydrocodeine + 500mgs of Acetaminophen. This combination is used to relieve moderate to severe pain. Manufacturer: M & A Pharmachem, UK Learn More: Dihydrocodeine Details Acetaminophen Details I hope this helps! ## I found a pill while moving in.and it yellow, roun it has M on one sife and c a line across and then 13

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Bristol laboratories dihydrocodeine

I always have Almas or Actavis as a brand. They've given me Bristol laboratories this time. Is there any difference or is it just the brand? I worry cause I suffer with chrone's very badly. ## Hello, Tara! How are you? It's the same medication, just manufactured by a different company. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank you ! I was just worried I always use the brand you use so I was worried. Nice to know someone out there helps when needed ## They are a bad excuse for Dihydrocodeine . They don't even work for me love .

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