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round, yellow,P,4
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I was told this is Dilaudid ## Diladid has a K on one side and a 4 on the other and it is tiny and round. ## First, I would like to state that the marking mentioned by Jeff is ONLY ONE Dialudid tablet. There are NO universal markings once a drug is available for generic production. Each company that makes it must have their own imprints in order to identify the ingredients, dosage and manufacturer or each tablet, so there are MANY more Dilaudid tablets on the market that DO NOT have a K4 marking on them. Now, that clarified, YES, the tablet in question does contain 4mgs of Hydromorphone, a generic for Dilaudid, this is a very potent narcotic analgesic. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. You can read more here: Is there anything else I can he... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Dilaudid.
Tue, Aug 11 '09, 12:36 PM
 Hydromorphone
Hydromorphone, a more common synonym for dihydromorphinone (not to be confused with dihydromorphine, which is a different derivative of the morphine family), commonly a hydrochloride (brand names Palladone, Dilaudid, and numerous others) is a very potent centrally acting analgesic drug of the opioid class. It is a derivative of morphine; to be specific, a hydrogenated ketone thereof, and comparatively, hydromorphone is to morphine as hydrocodone is to codeine and, therefore, a semi-synthetic ...
Hydro Morphine
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A morphine pump has been removed and now the hydro morphine has replaced it. Not many doctors prescribe Hydro Morphine and we have moved to the state of Georgia from California which is where the prescription originated. What can be prescribed in its place? Or are there any ways to find out who is in the network to prescribe hydro morphine. ## Hi Bob, Did you mean to say "Hydromorphone" (Dilaudid)? There is no such drug as Hydro Morphine, to my knowledge. In any case, there are many different alternative prescription and non-prescription options for pain management/relief. Although, if you're looking for a pain management doctor to prescribe Dilaudid, I think the links below may be helpful in so far locating PM Doctors within your general area: {link removed because site no ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Morphine.
Fri, Aug 24 '12, 7:35 PM
Morphine Patch
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My mother has spinal stenosis which cases her great pain. She uses B transpatches 50. which provides no relief. What could be used as an alternative? She is 84. ## I have cervical spinal stenosis. I have used fentanyl patches and lollipops in the past to control my pain. It is very strong but can be given in very small doses and due to her age I doubt a pain specialist would give her any grief over it. Dilaudid also works well for me but I am a poor metaboliser so not many opiatess work for me. You might want to ask about either one of these pain meds. ## Yes, the Fentanyl patches are also what I would suggest asking her doctor about, it is a very strong narcotic, over 80 times stronger than the Morphine, so the patches come in either 0.25mcgs or 0.50mcgs. They are time released and eac... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Morphine.
Sat, Aug 23 '14, 12:00 PM
methadone 54 143
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Im looking for a doctor that would prescription for methadone, im currently on the fentayl patch -75mcg, 8 mg of dilaudid 4 x a day every 6 hours for break through pain, xanax 2 mg. 3 times a day as needed for panic attacls, soma compound for muscle spasms , i have been om methadone in the past for pain, can u reccomemd me to.a doctor in nassau county long i sland new york, to substitute all the pain meds im on for methadone, i can be reached at {edited for privacy} ## Hi, Michael! How are you? I'm sorry, but there is no central directory of doctors that will prescribe any given medication. And when it comes to Methadone, most are reluctant to prescribe it for pain, because it carries a very high addiction rate. Learn more Methadone details here. Since you're on Fentanyl, which ... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Methadone.
Sun, Aug 31 '14, 7:16 AM
My Back Pain Doctor will no longer prescribe me oxycodone 10mg 3X daily!
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Help me in Raleigh/Durham, NC....I am 31 years old, otherwise healthy male, with two slipped/herniated discs, low (L4, L5) Facet Degeneration, Chronic Back Pain, and multiple other issues with my low back. I also suffer from severe migraine headaches, anxiety, and mild ADHD I have been dealing with this for over 8 years. Sometimes the pain is so bad that I can't get out of bed and I have had to call out sick to work several times risking my job. I see a neurologist (who will also no longer see me) who was prescribing Dilaudid 8MG up to 3 times a day, Lorazepam 1MG Tabs up to 6 per Day and Methylphenidate 20MG up to 3X daily. I have always been 100% honest, open, and passed every UA I was given. All this trouble started when my vehicle was broken into and some of the medicines were s... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Sep 16 '14, 8:37 AM
Hydromorphone M 2
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i was told itwas didaudid 11.25 but i cant find it any wheres can youhelp me ## A small white pill with an M on one side and 2 on the other contains 2mgs of Hydromorphine, the active ingredient in Dilaudid, which is a narcotic analgesic. Learn more Dilaudid details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Hydromorphone.
Fri, Aug 24 '12, 3:07 PM
yellow oval v/36 01
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yellow oval pill v/36 01 ## This contains Acetaminophen 325mgs and Hydrocodone 10mgs, it is a generic for Norco. This is a narcotic pain reliever, very strong and addictive. ## I wouldn't say they are "very strong", they are strong if you're not used to narcotic pain relievers, much stronger than a darvocet, tylenol 3, or even a plain vicodin 5/500, but weak compared to pain relievers such as percocet, roxycodone, morphine, dilaudid, demerol, oxycontin, fentanyl, and the many other stronger painkillers on the market. I HIGHLY agree that they're very addictive though. I struggled with addiction to vicodin and norco, so I know how addictive they are. ## in trouble need 5 10mg vicodin to feel ok a day ...
Updated 2 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Sat, Nov 24 '12, 10:11 AM
dilodid morphine
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cronic pain ## Dilaudid (Hydromorphone) is essentially liquid heroin and should be only prescribed for extreme cases of pain, due to the fact that it is highly ADDICTIVE. ## Dilaudid is Hydromophone, it is no longer available in just a liquid, it comes in pills now as well, instant release. It is a very strong narcotic, yes, highly addictive but no more so than any other narcotics. Also for chronic pain users, you are more apt to become dependent on the meds than you are to become addicted to them. Here's more information: Dilaudid Click Here ## My doctor of seven years that helped me with my disability dropped me after his nurse and wife desided they didn't want me there anymore. My doctor knew my problems but they wanted me gone. Now I'm stuck at a meth clinic cause I was ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Morphine.
Fri, Aug 02 '13, 12:18 AM
stop the morphine?
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My 28 yr old son is on day 4 following a tonsillectomy. He was originally prescribed 5 mg oxycodone every three hours and 15mg extended release morphine every 12 hours. The oxy was only providing relief for 2 hours, so doctor prescribed two dilaudid (2mg), every 3 hrs, in place of oxy. He got a horrible headache after taking the dilaided, so he returned to the oxy. My question is: should he discontinue time release morphine as he is very concerned about his headache returning from the morphine. Thanking you in advance. ## Hello, Beth! How is he doing? If the Morphine hadn't caused headaches before, why does he think it would start doing so? I'm not quite sure that I'm understanding your question. Can you please post back and clarify? Thank you! This is a narcotic analgesic, ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Morphine.
Sat, Dec 21 '13, 4:02 PM
Dalada Pain Shots
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i was in hospital doctor gave me dalada had realy bad side effect eaching seeing bugs nures said that was normal ## Dilaudid contains the active ingredient Hydromorphone and it is a very potent narcotic, so yes, it may cause those types of symptoms in some people. Other side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and constipation. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## Today....8/16/12 I went to thee Er w/complaints of my left lower bac having excruciating pain...all the way down to my foot...also having numbness....and I was given a daladi shot....and this med made me so sic today...I cant keep anything down.And Ive been coming here for yrs getting shot....and I dnt believe it was this ..I dnt ever want this again..I dnt like thee effects ...
Updated 2 years ago in Dilaudid.
Thu, Aug 16 '12, 2:29 PM
hydromorphon 2mg
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I am consurned about side effects ie constipation ## Hydromorphone, the active ingredient in Dilaudid, is a narcotic pain reliever. Not everyone experiences side effects, but yes, they can include constipation, as well as nausea, dizziness and headache. Read more: Are there any comments or questions? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Hydromorphone.
Tue, Nov 30 '10, 1:15 AM
HYDROMORPHONE HCL
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SMALL PILL' ON TOP ''M'' ON BOTTOM ''2'' ## Is this your pill? Pill Image If so, this is Hydromorphone 2mgs, a generic for Dilaudid manufacutered my Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Hydromorphone.
Wed, Mar 08 '06, 7:48 AM
rx pain relief meds
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I am going to have surgery to repair a fractured humerus and percocet does nothing to help with the pain. What meds can I get my dr. to prescribe? ## The first choice in many hospitals now for better pain relief is Dilaudid, which contains the active ingredient Hydromorphone. Learn more Dilaudid details here. It's very potent, it only takes 3.75mgs of it to equal each 10mgs of Oxycodone, which is the active narcotic in the Percocet. Just like other narcotics, there is a chance that it could be habit forming and it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and constipation. Has your doctor made any other suggestions? ## i think opoid drugs like tramadol and opoid related drugs can help you but addiction resuls if u take more than its dosage and duration ## I agree ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Percocet.
Fri, Apr 12 '13, 12:26 AM
Post Op Depression
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I have been using dilaudid and morphine sulfate for the past month for post op revision hip surgery. and quit taking it gradually for the past week. How long does it take to get over the hot and cold sweats and the post op depression. ## Hi, Kathleen! Sorry about the symptoms you're still having. It's a bit difficult to say how long it will take for them to go away, it can vary form person to person and it could take a couple more weeks. Are you certain that they are all due to stopping the medication and having the surgery? There are other things that may cause it, including hormones, stress, your trepidations over the surgery itself… Have you consulted your doctor? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Dilaudid.
Sat, Jun 29 '13, 3:30 PM
Breakthrough Pain
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I'm taking Dilaudid 4mg four times a day, and was prescribed Nucynta 50mg twice a day for breakthrough pain since Darvon was taken off the market. I'm not getting any relief from the Nucynta. Could you recommend anything else for the breakthrough pain that isn't an NSAID, which I cannot take due to liver disease? I sure do miss Darvon. ## There are quite a few options on the market to treat pain that do not contain NSAIDs. Have you tried Tramadol? It is also a centrally acting analgesic, like the Nucynta, and is also non-narcotic, it is available by itself, without any NSAIDS: There are also many other narcotics on the market, without NSAIDs that could be used to treat breakthrough pain, such as an instant release Oxycodone or Morphine: Has your doctor suggested anything els... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Dilaudid.
Wed, Nov 27 '13, 7:24 AM
pain managent meds
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I have been seeing a pain management dr.since april and she gave me dilaudid2mg 5times a day,plus fiorinal for breakthrough pain. I have severechronic headaches and neck pain due to a pinched nerve. I also have degenerative disc in my lower back. I don't know what to do. will I have withdrawel problems from this?Thank You ,Sally ## Hello, SallY! How are you? If you stop taking them abruptly you may suffer some withdrawal effects. They can include nausea, diarrhea, rebound pain and chills. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Hi Vernwon,(hope I spelled it right), thanks for replying so quickly. I suppose the main concern is that will the withdrawals will put me in the hospital, have cardiac arrest or possibly go into a coma from not having the medications. I know all of this so... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Fiorinal.
Thu, Sep 25 '14, 6:19 AM
hydromorphone 4mg
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i take hydromorphone 4mg as needed but i wanted to know was it safe taking two tablets ## Hydromorphone, the active ingredient in Dilaudid is a very potent narcotic analgesic. That said, it is not advisable to increase your dosage without your doctor's approval. Doing so runs the risk of overdose and other serious side effects, such as organ damage. If your current dosage does not control your pain, you should speak to your doctor to explore your other options. Have you contacted them yet? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Hydromorphone.
Mon, Mar 08 '10, 5:22 PM
problem with opana
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Has anyone had a problem with having orgasms taking opana ## Haha you'll get that with any ole narcotic!!! ## Yes problems with that. ## when i take opana i cannot get my nut for the life of me but ive heard ppl say that they cannot get hard or have a orgasm so its normal :) ## yep, it is a problem with most opiate meds ## Ha ha! I was just getting ready to post the same thing. I am taking both Opana and Dilaudid and it is killing my ability to orgasm. The female orgasm is a little tricky sometimes anyway and this is a deal breaker. Driving me bonkers and I am constantly "frustrated". I am wishing I knew if it was the Opana or Dilaudid or both... Not to be offensive but when I do orgasm it is nothing like I am used to. It is a total let down. Any advice or suggestions? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana Er.
Fri, May 18 '12, 10:52 PM
Suggestions please
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I had gastric bypass in 2010 and am considered a rapid metabolizer for opiates. I have 5 herniated discs in my lower back and nerve disease and stay in constant pain. I have been to 9 pain management docs bc no one wants to take on my case and is scared to prescribed the amounts of medication I need to get through the day. I have tried physical therapy, injections and acupuncture all to no avail. I have a great doc now who is at least trying to help me and currently has me on dilaudid, soma, Lyrica, and suboxone patches most are three and six times daily. I have 5 children and that allows me to function daily with less pain than without. With the metabolizing issue I have no side effects or withdrawal symptoms when taken off, only with the soma I had to cut down to 1/2 of 350 mg 3 times... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Soma.
Thu, Nov 07 '13, 2:02 PM


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