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Where to get pain killers

izzygirl
izzygirl Member Posts: 1 Listener
What is the best pain killer

Where can I get pain killers

thank you

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  • Sandy_123
    Sandy_123 Member Posts: 1,968 Pioneering
    Hi @izzygirl welcome, its hard to pin point the best pain killer as different types of pain relief  work different for different people, its best to speak to your dr to try find the one that suits you best, you can buy paracetamol over the counter.
  • janer1967
    janer1967 Member Posts: 12,213 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi there

    You can buy non prescription  pai  killers from chemist  supermarkets and shops

    If you haven't had any before I would go to chemist so you can get advice on best ones for the pain you have 














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  • Roddy123
    Roddy123 Member Posts: 18 Connected
    I swear by co-codamol but its difficult to get without a prescription.
  • Ross_Scope
    Ross_Scope Posts: 4,912

    Scope community team

    Hello @izzygirl

    Welcome to the community. 

    We aren't able to give medical advice on this community, so I would advice that you speak with your GP or chemist to discuss what pain killer would be best for you.Roddy123 said:
    I swear by co-codamol but its difficult to get without a prescription.
    Welcome to the community! I'm glad that particular one works for you, but again we are unable to give medical advice here and just because one kind of pain killer might work for one person, that doesn't necessarily mean it will work for another.
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