Strong painkillers?

Can anyone name me some that I can get on prescription.
Why do you want to be on painkillers? 1. Their very addictive 2. Their not good for you're body 3. Their only just not good! Source(s): UNR School of Medicine
Talk to your GP.

He/she will prescribe medication appropriate for your height of pain. Source(s): Long term discomfort (10 years... and counting...)
Ok, you don't get Advil by prescription.but you can ask for Vicodin or Hydracodon
co-codamol 30/500 should to it
It depends on what the pain is for. Different painkillers are honest for different things.

if you go asking your doctor for a particular name drug, he isnt just gonna give it to you, he will want to know around the pain, lots of questions to ascertain which is best for you. It also depends on whether or not you are on any other medication.

I could pet name a few for you, but whats the point, go see your doc. Source(s): Im a pharmacy dispenser
tylenol 3 ) has codene),

advil xtra strong works wonders.
Go straight to the top and for morphine.

A bit less thickset duty, dihydrocodeine.

The doctor will prescribe what, if anything, they consider appropriate.
Dihydrocodeine or Tramadol.…
yeah try advil, iuse the cheaper own brands from tesco they seem to work better than most leaders.
There is no medicine for almost all throbbing diseases. Hence they become chronic.
Acidity, WORRY, excessive wind, cold , heat, sour food and sinusitis, constipation, intestinal inflammation; drug side effects, stress, Blockage contained by the flow of Vital Energy are their causes. None of them can be treated with tablets. Our 90% success in treating adjectives pains confirms it.

Acupuncture is the best treatment.
I can treat it with naturopathy and YOG, but how can you manage pl see.

Pain killer don't treat the pain but we loose the sense of pain for some time; contained by that duration our body itself treats sometime and credit goes to meds.
For chronic pains they are life partner.

R.H. 19, Jhulelal Society, Sector 2/E, Airoli, Navi Mumbai, INDIA.
DICLOFLEX (I'm on them for whiplash)

DIHYDRACODEINE (had them too. deeply good)
This is something your doctor must give an account you. Normally, if you go in and ask for something surrounded by particular, they will believe you are "drug seeking"
In the UK...Co-codamol 30/500,Tramadol,Oxycontin,codeine phosphate,dihydracodeine and oramorph are adjectives I can think of at the mo.....
codein, goodbye ruby tuesday, good song that
it is not something you should ask on here you yak to your doctor
First of all, I wonder why you are not asking your doctor, and or pharmacist this examine. Second, you don't say why you need to know, so I guess I a moment ago don't feel like I should provide that type of answer, especially next to young kids being competent to see this answer.
Why are you even ASKING this question? I could grasp if it was NON-prescription over-the-counter pain-killers you were asking something like. Extremely weird. Doctors prescribe particular painkillers for individual ailments. And they can be very addictive so if you don't need them - steer clear.

BTW: If you be hoping to go to your GP armed with the term of a strong painkiller to request - FORGET IT! Your Doc didn't get to where on earth he/she is today by being conned by patients! Source(s): Personal experience (of painkillers not conning my GP, lol)
Us telling you some strong perscription pain killer won't do any good as your doctor would perscribe what is best for you and if it's not working later you tell your doctor and he will give you something else.

If you are trying to buy perscription aching killers from off the street or from someone you know.assume again! Not a good idea!

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