Phone 111 for advice. I've got patients who are on a higher doseage of morphine than that but there is a specific reason for it, and it's been prescribed with that in mind.
There are also different strength co-codamol, from the GP it is higher than over the counter normally, so I wouldn't exceed the prescribed amount and I also wouldn't be chucking in extra naproxen or ibuprofen when already on morphine. It sounds like you could do with being seen by the out of hours GP.
only if you dont mind potentially fucking your liver! try a wheat bag or hot water bottle on the side of your face try clove oil, put on a cotton ball and place right against the tooth and gum that is effected and weirdly try a disprin (?) can dissolve in warm water and drink or crush and rub on your gum and finely google pressure points for tooth ache and use those as well
and really try to avoid fucking ya liver, you kind of need it
I'm currently recovering from an abscess & am taking antibiotics. Saw dentist on Monday who said to take ibuprofen (anti-inflammatory) together with paracetamol.
Have also been having oxycodone (an opiod) which hasn't really helped that much. It's an awful pain isn't it? On Sunday night, I ended up going to bed with a packet of frozen corn on my jaw in an attempt to ease the pain.
Currently day four of antibiotics and it is still painful. My sympathies to you!