What’s in your pharmacy? Here’s a guide
Drugs that are often prescribed for conditions such as high blood pressure, arthritis and allergies.
A range of medications can be used to treat these conditions.
What are the main types of medications?
There are three main types: injectable medicines (IVMs), oral drugs and oral drugs with steroids.
Injectable medicines include anti-inflammatory drugs, painkillers and antibiotics, including Tylenol and ibuprofen.
Antihistamines and antipsychotics are also injectable medications, which can also be taken orally.
Oral medications include cough and cold medicines, anti-nausea medicines and anti-psychotic medicines.
Analgesics are commonly prescribed to treat anal spasms, constipation and a range of urinary and urinary tract infections.
These include steroids, muscle relaxants and antihistamines.
There are also a range, and some may be taken in tablets.
Some of the most common prescriptions for painkillers include morphine, fentanyl and oxycodone.
The types of prescriptions and how they are prescribed are often different for different countries.
In some countries, you may be able to find a prescription for an oral medication that is prescribed for an ailment that you are prescribed for, such as an infection.
In other countries, such an ailness is rare, or is treatable with an oral or injectable medicine.
So where to get your prescriptions?
The most common reason for seeking out your doctor’s advice on which drugs you should or should not take is because you are getting treatment for an illness that you have.
In Australia, the most commonly prescribed drugs are:Paediatric medicines, such the children’s drug diazepam, are the most popular.
They are used to help manage children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, as well as to help with seizures and other side effects.
They can be taken either by mouth or injected.
Diazepam can also cause severe depression and anxiety and is a major cause of deaths.
In Australia, there are two generic versions available: diazepazepam (generic name: valium) and diazepatramine (generic names: zolpidem and oxcarbazepine).
The drugs are often combined to prevent overdose and there are some safety concerns.
For more information, check out our list of common drug side effects, and read more about painkiller side effects