It'll depend on where it is, how widespread it is and how long you've been taking the frequency antibiotics (and if they are oral or IV). It can take me a week or two to be rlatively pain-free with oral antibiotics and you can half that with IV, but there was a lot of it.
If it is.as painful as it sounds then try painkillers. Something like co-codamol is a good choice, but you should be careful as the codeine can make you constipated (and long-term use is addictive, but that shouldn't be a big deal here if you stop taking it when you are better). Unless I'm in a lot of pain in the first day or so, I tend to take paracetomol during the day (which can take the edge off the pain but, more importantly, it'll help reduce any feverishness) and co-codamol at night to help me sleep. If you are in hospital they, in my experience, let you mix-and-match your pain meds, if the doctor hasn't got you on something more serious (I'm not aware of anyone with cellulitis being put on morphine, but I suppose it is always an option in extreme cases).
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