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Here at EU Meds, we want to offer you more than just the ability to purchase the medications you require. On this blog, we aim to shed some light on conditions, medications, how they work, what they interact with and any medical news that we think might interest you. Browse below, either by category or by viewing all, to catch up on the latest and learn more.

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What is Solpadol?

EU Meds answer the common question that customers ask us: What is Solpadol (co-codamol)?

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A Beginners Guide to Xanax

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EU Meds answer all of your questions about dihydrocodeine, including what it is, what it is used for & much more.

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EU Meds answer the question of how long Ambien stays in your system, as well as many more questions about Ambien.

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EU Meds answer the question of whether codeine can be taken with ibuprofen & more related questions in this article.

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In this EU Meds blog we compare two medications that are used to treat acid reflux, pantoprazole & omeprazole.

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Tramadol & codeine are both prescription opioids that are given to people suffering from chronic pain, but which is strongest? EU Meds explore.

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EU Meds answer the question - is Zopiclone is addictive or not, as well as what Zopiclone is & what conditions Zopiclone treats.

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EU Meds answer common questions regarding insomnia medication Zimovane & what the drug is used for.

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Kapake is a brand of strong pain relief medication that is sometimes prescribed to manage the pain associated with an injury or other achy pains. Kapake contains both paracetamol and codeine. The generic version of Kapake is called co-codamol.

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