There are some fantastically strong painkillers on the market. I actually had some when I had surgery. After I woke up after the procedure, I felt pretty light like nothing has happened, except the fact that I was completely covered in bandages so I knew something had happened but luckily I couldn’t see what. The most comforting thing was that I didn’t feel a thing. I felt even calmer than I usually do like coming out from a spa or something similar. I am sure the doctors used a strong painkiller, like morphine or something similar. Morphine is the granddaddy of painkillers and many of the most popular painkillers such as Tramadol and codeine are either synthetic copies of an opiate or derived from them.
The difference when the effect passes
But soon, I could actually feel the difference the painkiller made when it started to wear off and pain started to rip through my body. Now I understand why they used them. I mean I had a really big cut on my abdomen and it would take a while to healed. And the fact that the tissue was destroyed by the surgery was causing me severe pain. But it all went away when the nurse came and gave me another dose. It worked like magic.
Of course I needed more painkillers even after I left the hospital since I had a long way to go before I was fully recovered. Luckily today you can buy painkillers online, even prescription painkillers like Tramadol, Dihydrocodeine and Co-codamol. My doctor recommended co-codamol which is a combination of codeine and paracetamol. The dose I was recommended was 30mg codeine to 500mg paracetamol. I understand that this is often used after surgery because it is very effective. I live in the UK and it is quite legal here to buy co-codamol online even through it contains codeine which is a narcotic in the US. After a little work with my search engine, I found a site that was a licensed pharmacy where I could buy co-codomal as either a generic (a bet cheaper) or under various brand names such as Kapake, Solpadol etc. In the end, I went for the generic and I got the shipping and the doctors consultation (prescription) included in the cost of the medication. Pretty good deal. Actually, when I first got home after the surgery I had difficulty just walking around because of the pain. So having my painkillers arrive by next day delivery straight to my home was a godsend. All I had to do was to open my door to sign for them. I think this is great and of real help for anyone in my situation.