Amna Headache Medication If Allergic To Ibuprofen And Paracetamol?
Hello r nSy 26-year-old woman r n r nSy have an allergy to ibuprofen and paracetamol r n r n Which headache medicine is right for me? Given the majority of headache medication there is always paracetamol r n r nThank you
Hello Mayora, Thank you for the question.
There are several types of pain relievers, namely:
acetaminophen / paracetamol; usually used to treat mild pain
non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) such as ibuprofen, mefenamic acid; usually used to treat moderate pain
opioids such as codeine, tramadol; usually used to deal with severe pain
local anesthesia or nerve block
Drug allergies can occur when you take certain medications and then experience allergic symptoms such as hives, swollen lips, itchy eyes, swollen eyes, shortness of breath, palpitations, vomiting, abdominal pain. Allergy symptoms that appear on each person is different from one another. If you do experience an allergic reaction to ibuprofen, then you should also not take pain medications that are in the same class as ibuprofen. Pain relievers that you can use are Golonga opioid drugs, but these drugs are not sold freely at pharmacies. The use of these drugs must be in accordance with the doctor's recommendations and require a doctor's prescription. Please consult with your doctor first. In addition to finding out the year of the cause of your headache, your doctor will also give you painkillers or other medications to treat your complaints.
Hopefully this information is useful.