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Morphine IR 15mg
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Recently the doctor prescribed morphine 15mg ER which was too strong and made me so incredibly sick. I've tried everything else on the marked, but those made me "deathly ill" as well. He then changed me to 15mg Morphine IR 4 times a day, and it usually always lasts about 4 hours until the burning pain in my back returns. Yesterday I only took one tab, and was fine all day, but this morning the burning pain is back with a vengence! Will I get better constant pain relief taking 4 a day whether I feel I need them or not? I simply just need a new spine, but that isn't possible of course and trying to figure out if morphine IR is cumulative in the body, and therefore I should take the 4 a day whether I feel I need it or not. Thanks! ## Yes, while they do have some immediate e... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Morphine.
Sat, Jun 24 '17, 7:48 PM
morphine LA 15mg vs morphine ER
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We were told my husband would be on extended release morphine. The morphine ER is that type, but he was given morphine LA! What is the difference? ## Hello, Sharon! How are you and your husband? They are both the same, the LA and ER are just different ways to designate it as being a time released formulation. You may also see others, such as SR, XR, and more. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, constipation, and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 month ago in Morphine.
Wed, Jun 21 '17, 4:46 PM
how long does morphine 15mg last
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After two years on oxycodone 10mg 4x daily withdrawal between doses was getting unbearable so doc switched me to morphine ER 15mg 2x daily with oxycodone 5 mg for breakthrough pain. I just started today. I took the pill at about noon and now it is 7pm and I feel withdrawal symptoms. I want to know if it is common for morphine ER to not last a full 12 hours as advertised. ## Hello, Liz! How are you doing? I am sorry about how you feeling? Has there been any change? The issue here might be due to the fact that Morphine is not as strong as Oxycodone, each 15mgs of Morphine is equivalent to 10mgs of Oxycodone, Thus, your dosage has not actually be changed, or increased. The FDA warns that these medications carry the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, diz... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Morphine.
Thu, Apr 20 '17, 10:14 PM
morphine er 15mg tablets
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I am currently taking 15 mg of morphine er twice daily and have been for 4 months now for chronic severe back pain. I have been noticing the last 2 weeks that it's not working as well. Is it safe to take 2 at once? ## Hello, Crystal! How are you? No, you shouldn't adjust your dosage, without your doctor's approval. That could be too much for you to take and may cause a dangerous overdose. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. The best thing to do would be to contact your doctor, inform them of the problem and then see what they advise. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Morphine.
Tue, Aug 18 '15, 1:11 PM
Morphine Sulf 15mg ER (12H)
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Can I take two (2) of the Morphine Sulf 15mg ER, at the same time to equal 30mg? Will it release double since it is two pills? Will it equal to just one (1) pill 30mg ER? Please help, Lost in Ftw ## Hello, Queen B! How are you? Yes, two of them would both release and it would be equivalent to taking 30mgs, however, you should not do so, unless your doctor approves of your taking that dosage. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank you so much sorry for late reply ...
Updated 1 year ago in Morphine.
Tue, Sep 29 '15, 10:07 AM
morphine S04 15mg tablet sa
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what does S04 mean in the prescription label and the sa at the end? ## WHAT DOES S04 AND SA MEAN ON A 100MG MORPHINE ## SA is abreviatd latin term, that basically translates to, int he art of the pharmacy. Its an order froma doctor to the pharmacy to prepare pills in the way in which the pharmacy does it. ## Actually, the SA or SO4 means it's a Sulfate, the actual name of the drug is Morphine Sulfate. This is a very potent narcotic analgesic. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, constipation and dry mouth. You can read more here: Is there anything else I can help with? ## I noticed everytime my husband takes his prescribed morphine 60 mg tabs, (3x's a day) he is not only sleeping and talking crazy but his face breaks out into nasty looking sores/legions that has ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Morphine.
Thu, Feb 18 '16, 12:21 AM
morphine sulfate imm rel 15mg tab 54 733
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I just receive a prescription for Morphine Sulfate Imm Rel 15mg, on the tab there are some numbers, 54 733 they are also round and white, can u explain it to me please, this is my first time using this pain pills. ## Hello, Babykay! How are you? I'm sorry that you're in pain. These tablets are manufactured by Roxane Laboratories and they list them as containing 15mgs of Morphine in a regular release formulation. There is no immediate release formulation available. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Since i showed positive for thc, im scared my pm dr will stop seeing me. Can i... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Morphine.
Thu, Feb 02 '17, 5:18 PM
Morphine ER vs. Dilaudid issue
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After a brain & spine surgery a 1.5yr. ago (forever living w/ Chiari Malformation & related conditions, permanent damage, more surgery) I've been on 30mg. Morphine ER & Tramadol for breakthrough....but... (30mg. Morphine ER 2x's per day, a 15mg. Morphine midday and 2-4 Tramadol for breakthrough when needed...try to keep that very limited) my condition comes w/ headaches. Common. But they have been a bit more than expected-even w/ my sumatriptan, etc. Daily, a nagging heavy headache - not always a migraine / the Chiari h/a I know so well. However, it dawned on me that when in ICU, in a hospital stay recently for kidney stones (after last surgery especially, brain & spine) the nurses & Dr's realized that when they gave me the morphine (IV, not oral obviousl... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Morphine.
Thu, Dec 01 '16, 1:09 PM
Morphine 100mg Abg
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How many hrs time release is 100mg morphine abg? ## These are designed to slowly release the medication over a period of 12 hours, though in some cases of severe pain, a doctor may prescribe them to be taken as soon as every 8 hours to try to give someone better pain control. Learn more Morphine details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## How long does ABG 15MG last... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Morphine.
Tue, Feb 25 '14, 12:39 PM
morphine tolerance
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I have been taking 4 or 5 of the 15mg ir morphine pills per day for several months. I was having a lot of pain today, so I took another dose of 15mg ir pills about an hour ago. How long before I will have some relief and how long will it last? ## I just read your post...did not see any replies, so here goes. First of all, you need to stay on top of your pain. Do NOT try to wait until it gets really severe for if you do, you will 'never' get it under control. 'Never being relative to how much you can stand, and when the edge is off enough for you to 'have a life'', so to speak. Take your meds on the first sign of break through pains, or spikes. Now, to answer the question you actually asked- normally, it takes between 20 to 45 minutes for pain medicines by mouth t... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Morphine.
Fri, Apr 08 '16, 9:58 AM
Morphine extended release 15mg and migraines
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I have been taking morphine ER 15mg for 3 years and hydrocodone/acetaminophen 10-325. I've also suffered from migraines for about 20 years. I get about 12 migraines a month. In the last couple of months I have noticed an increase to 20 a month, so I stopped taking my meds for 5 days and they seem to be better. So should I talk to my doctor about this? ## Yes, that would be a good idea, I think. Most opiates carry the risk of causing side effects, including headaches, according to the FDA, as well as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, and constipation. But any time you experience worsening headaches, or more frequent ones, you should have it checked out to be careful. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Morphine causes horrible headaches, that is the main cause for the migraines ...
Updated 2 months ago in Morphine.
Thu, Jun 08 '17, 4:32 AM
Switching from morphine Succ IR 15mg.To Norco 10/325
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I've been on Morphine 15mg. Succ IR for close to 2 months. I'm switching to Norco 10/325 in the morning. I'm wondering how many hours should be in between taking the morphine,and the Norco? I took my last morphine at 7pm tonight. Start Norco 10/325 around 7am. ## Unless your doctor or pharmacist has instructed otherwise, you should be able to make a clean switch from one to the other. The FDA does warn that these medications carry the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. Do you take any other medications? ...
Updated 2 months ago in Morphine.
Mon, May 22 '17, 10:10 PM
Timed release morphine
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I just learned that a friends, yes seriously a friend, has for the last nine days taken a half of a 15mg extended relief morphine every day and was planning to intermittently take a whole one to hopefully avoid withdrawal. My friend is doing this because my friend is going on vacation and his prescription becomes due during the time he is away. Our state has instituted "drug contracts" with the prescribing doctor and pharmacy for people using these types of drugs. This means he can not have it filled early to take with him, and his doctors office has rules about calling for the script 48 hours maximum before it is due. He was only trying to make it last so he would not be in as much pain and not go through withdrawal. I was concerned because I know you are not supposed to cut an... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Morphine.
Sun, Dec 15 '13, 11:57 PM
tylenol 4 vs morphine 15
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I have a spinal stimulate with two leads in my back for damaged nerves, mostly on the left side. During back surgery the left side lead was cut, which not only cause more pain for the recovery but was not discovered for 2 weeks. Because of Christmas nothing can be done until Jan.19,2017. Tylenol 4 does ok but it does not last very long, certainly not one every 8 hours. The doctor wants to switch me to morphine 15mg every 8 hours. I do not want to hurt from now until surgery, but I do to want to have a difficult time getting off meds after surgery. I am ready to be well, happy and back to my normal life. Could you detail the differences between the two drugs and the after effects that will have to be over come after surgery in Jan. ## Rose, Happy New Years to you. It's very admirable... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Tylenol.
Sun, Jan 01 '17, 10:02 AM
Morphine Sulfate ER 15mg once a day with three Percocet 10mg
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My doctor put me on the morphine to try to wean me down from taking 4 percocets to 3. I took my first morphine at midnight - and I still feel pretty good 10 hours later. My question is, how is the morphine released into my blood stream? i.e. do I feel relief immediately - or 45 mins later and then every 1/2 hour or so more is released? Maybe this benefit of 10 to 12 hours relief will dissipate over the next few days to lasting only 5-6 hours? I meant to preface this by saying I'm taking the percocets for a laminectomy fail. ## Since it is a time released medication, it is generally released by absorbing some of your stomach acid, or other fluids you drink. Think of it like a sponge that is very gradually absorbing fluids from one spot, and as it is expanding it's forcing the med... ...
Updated 1 day ago in Morphine.
Mon, Aug 21 '17, 7:53 AM
morphine extended release
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I take morphine 15mg extended release tabs right now and I normally take 1 Hydrocodone 10-550's but Im out of those right now..Im wondering if taking another morphine would be ok? I took the first one at 8:00am this morning and its now 7 hours later..Im in pain! ## While they do make 30mg Morphine sulfate extended-release tablets, I know that everyone reacts differently to different doses, based on tolerance - So I can't necessarily imply that a higher dose will still benefit you, in contrast to any possible side effects that come along with it. For that reason alone, it would probably be wise to discuss this approach with the doctor who prescribed you both medications, just to be on the safe side. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Morphine Details How long have... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Morphine.
Sun, Jun 25 '17, 8:58 AM
Morphine 15mg-How long does the side effects last after 1st and only dose? It's making me sick
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I will try to make this as short as possible. I have been suffering with Chronic Pain to my right shoulder since 2005. I fell on black ice, dislocated the shoulder, broke the humerus head and cracked the bone in the socket. 3 surgeries later I'm still suffering with the pain. Since the injury I've been on Lortab 10/500. Started out with 4 per day, I'm at 7 per day and cannot go higher due to the Tylenol. My pain management doctor's PA switched me to 5 Lortab per day with 2-15mg Morphine Sulfate ER. I took the Morphine at 6:10pm, by 7pm, I broke out in a rash, have a migraine, can't stop sweating, my throat and ears itch, I've become short tempered. My surgeon wanted my pm doctor to switch me to Percocet and cut out the Lortab all together. I am 40, single mom, fu... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Morphine.
Thu, Jan 10 '13, 2:22 PM
I Am Taking Morphine Sulfate Er 30 Mg Twice A Day And Also Imm Rel 15mg
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I am taking morphine sulfate er 30mg tablets twice a day and also taking morphine sulfate imm rel 15mg once, sometimes twice a day. Finances won't allow me to get the morphine er at this time. Question: what is dosage of morphine imm per day without morphine er for 5 or 6 day until I can get the morphine er? ## They are both Morphine, so the dosage would be the same, however, the problem you are going to run into is that it is not going to last as long and since it is being released into your body much faster, this will potentiate the side effects, such as the nausea, dizziness and constipation that it can cause. Have you consulted with your doctor? You should really do so, before you try anything of this nature. It would probably work better for managing your pain to take a lower d... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Morphine.
Sun, Jan 22 '17, 8:48 AM
Methadone to Morphine ER HELP
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I have been taking 10mg Methadone tabs every morning for about 20 days. My question is... I wanted off of them before my body became dependent, so yesterday morning I took 10mg, and about 4 hours later took a 15mg extended release morphine. Felt pretty normal. This morning, no Methadone but took the morphine. I want to know if I'm going to experience any kind of withdrawal symptoms? If so, I know that it has a very long half life, when will symptoms start? I have 6 Methadone tablets left. I know I'm not on a high dose for a long time like some others. I feel for them. I have been taking opiates half my life! Please, any answer will help, as well as any advice. I have 3 weeks of Morphine left. (15mg tabs at one a day.) I thank you so much. God Bless. ## Yes, you may still experie... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Methadone.
Thu, Mar 23 '17, 4:46 PM
morphine 15mg small blue says 15 on one side and e652 on the other side
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small round blue pill with 15 on one side and E652 on the other side ## Yes, this is Morphine CR 15mgs, a generic for MS Contin, which is the 12 hour time released version. ## Blue pill with 15 on one side and 850 on the other side. Is it Morphine 15mg? ## I have a pill the bottle says morphine la 15mg tab, it appears to be like dark green gel tab, what is this. Also no imprint ...
Updated 2 months ago in Morphine.
Sun, Jun 11 '17, 3:10 PM

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