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If someone is olhodol prescribed to the person has had a heart attack before ?

If someone is taking solhodol that is not prescribed to them and the person has had a heart attack before ? and also has diabetes what are the dangers I need to advise this person who is taking them as I know they must be dangerous but if someone who knows about theese tablets could help SERIOUS ANSWERS ONLY PLEASE
Asked On : Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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The only drug I can find which is close to what you have put (which like someone else I could not find any reference to) is SOLPODOL. Solpodol is a combination of 2 medicines in a disolvable tablet. The first med is paracetamol, widely available over the counter and pretty safe if taken to instructions. The second med that solpodol contains is Codeine, an opioid which is only available on prescrition. There is a lot of info at the link below giving a list of side effects and conditions in which the drug should not be used. As others have said a person should not take meds prescribed for someone else.
Answered: Sun, 20 Dec 2009
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