Abdominal Pain Medications
Looking for Abdominal pain medications? We bring you access to commonly prescribed medicines used in the treatment of abdominal pain. From drugs used for trapped wind, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, diarrhea, to specific antibiotics, in conjunction with verified, licensed online pharmacies.
You can order abdominal pain medications online here and get it delivered to you in any country of the world! We do not provide access to controlled medications like narcotics.
Some causes of abdominal pain would need surgery or other treatment modalities to treat and cure them, rather than just medicines. Please consult your doctor in ALL cases. The abdominal pain medications presented here is for information purposes only. You could order these medications ONLY after consultation with your doctor.
Please before ordering medications, be sure to discuss with your doctor, the suitability of such medications for you. A medication may not be suitable for you due to:
It is dangerous to use most medications without taking the above three considerations into account
- The presence of certain existing medical condition (s),
- The current use of some type of medication(s),
- The presence of an allergy.
and be sure you are safe to use such drug.
Pain from stomach ulcer, gastritis, indigestion, period pain, vomiting, constipation, diarrhoea, menstruation problems, food poison, fibroid pain, gall bladder pain, kidney stone pain, cystitis pain, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), Henoch-Schönlein purpura, abdominal migraine, endometrosis, chronic pelvic pain, irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, trapped wind, intestinal worms and and other bowel infections are among the most common causes of seeking to use medications in abdominal conditions.
Many other causes of abdominal pain are best dealt with surgically, requiring a surgeon or gynaecologist to operate. Appendicitis for example is treated only by means of operation. You can get access to medication needed for most causes of abdominal pain amenable to medications here.
Do you know the specific medication you are looking for, or are you here to see what medication would better suit the abdominal condition you or your loved one is suffering with? We provide a guide here of medications and the conditions in which there may be used.
Do you suffer with a dull ache in you abdomen and you wondering what medications to use before seeing the doctor? Simple pain killers can be used in the symptomatic relieve of pain due to conditions in the abdomen like period pain (menstrual pain), gall bladder pain, food poisoning, fibroid pain, and indeed, other non-specific abdominal pain.
The list of common pain killers suitable for use in the event of abdominal pain include:
- Aspirin 300mg.
Very effective pain killer. Can be used along with paracetamol. Avoid in Children. Adult dose for pain control is 600mg to 900mg Three Times A Day for 3 to 5 days. Must not be taken on an empty stomach. Avoid if you suffer with Asthma, or stomach ulcer, or have apsirin allergy.
- Cocodamol or Tylenol
- Codeine Posphate
- Diclofenac 50mg
Also called Voltaren or Volterol. Very strong Non Steriodal Anti Inflammatory (NSAID) medication. Good pain killer for abdominal pain caused by kidney stone. Also good for joint and bone pain, of following injuries.
- Paracetamol (Called Acetaminophen in the USA)
- Mefenamic Acid or Ponstel.
This is very good pain killer for abdominal pain due to menstrual pain. The adult dose is 500mg 3 times a day, a day to two before the onset of menses, if using it for menstrual pain, and then continue as required. Can be taken along with paracetamol or acetaminophen.
- Morphine injection
- Morphine Sulphate Tablet (MST)
There are quite a few medications, originally used for depression, but that has shown to be very effective as adjuncts for chronic uncontrollable pain. These include:
- Duloxetine (Cymbalta) .
This is a very strong antidepressant, but used also in the treatment of painful conditions like irritable bowel syndrome, chronic back and nerve pain, and fibromyalgia.
- Amitriptyline (Elavil, Endep )
- Gabapentin (Neurontin)
This is not an anti-depressant. It is used in the treatment of epilepsy and neuropathic pain.
- Paroxetine 20mg tablets (Paxil)
Paroxetin is another popular antidepressant, but found to be helpful in irritable bowel syndrome along with other medications. The adult dose is one 20mg tablet every morning, for at least 28 days. It takes 14 to 21 days for the effect start showing in pain control.
Anti Colic or Antispasmodics
These medications are useful in cases of colicky abdominal pain. You can use any of these along side the other abdominal pain medications listed above for pain control. They are called antispasmodic and help to relax the muscles on the wall of the gut. They include:
Stomach Lining Protecting Medications
Another very useful group of abdominal pain medications are PPIs or Proton Pump Inhibitors. These are often given to protect the lining of the wall of the stomach, in conditions like:
- Acid Reflux
- Hiatus hernia
- Stomach ulcer
- Peptic ulcer
- When taking other medications like NSAIDs - aspirin, diclofenac, ibuprofen, that could irritate the stomach
- For the treatment of Helicobacter pylori in the so called triple (Where Amoxycillin 500mg BD, Clarythromycin 500mg BD, and Lanzoprazole 30mg BD is given) or quadruple therapy (where bisnuth is added to the triple therapy regime).
These medications include:
Anti - Sickness Medications
These are "abdominal pain medications" taken to prevent, reduce, or stop the feeling of being nauseated and vomiting. They play very important roles in conditions like:
- Diarrhea and vomiting
- Vomiting from taking some types of medications
- Combacting that feeling during an attack of migraine
- Overcoming vomiting in early pregnancy
- During cancer medication administration or treatment
- Intermittent or prolonged vomiting of no cause
- Cyclical vomiting syndrome
- Abdominal migraine
The medications include:
Antibiotics would sometimes be needed in the treatment of abdominal pain.
This would included antibiotics for the treatment of urinary tract infection, including:
- Amoxycillin 500mg (Amoxyl, Polymox, Trimox, Wymox)
Suitable for chest infection, urine infection, and ear infection. Adult dose 500mg 3 times daily.
Good for severe infections like kidney infection, severe urine infections, chest infection and wound infections.
- Cefuroxime 500mg
Good for soft tissue infections, typhoid fever, and many other infections.
- Ciprofloxacin 500mg
Very good for urine and kidney infections, including typhoid fever.
- Doxycycline 100mg
This is a great antibiotic for the treatment of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) at a dose of 100mg 2 times a day, in combination with metronidazole (400mg 3 times a day) both taken for 10 to 14 days. Doxycyline is also useful in the treatment of gonorrhea, and several other infections, including acne. Another very important abdominal pain medication!
- Erythromycin 500mg
Erythromycin is the ready alternative antibiotics given to people who are allergic to penicillins. Can be used for the same range of infections that penicillins are used for. Adult dose is 500mg up to four times a day.
- Metronidazole 400mg
Very important antibiotic in the treatment of gut infections and genital tract and womb infection in women. Taken as 400mg 3 times daily (adult dose).
The above abdominal pain medications are best used in conjunction with drugs or medications that specifically addresses the underlying cause of the abdominal pain, where possible. Click on the various medications for more details on their use, side effects, contraindications (that is, situations where they should not be used) and how to get these medications.
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