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abg 60 round & pinkish
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im a 180 pound 21 year old male and a first time user of the abg 60 and im wondering if its too much for first time. ive had the sulfates but that was years ago. I use norco 10mg about once every couple weeks for pain. I usally take 3 norco 10mg at first sign of pain lol so I am versed a lil in the opiates. ## The usual adult dosage schedule for extended release tablets such as ABG 60 (Morphine sulphate extended-release 60 mg) ranges from 10 mg to 600 mg daily, given in equally divided doses every 8 to 12 hours or given as one dose every 24 hours. Since the dosage gap for extended release tablets is so large, I think it's safe to say that 60mgs still sits on the lower end of the dosage spectrum. I'd probably recommend doing a trial run for a week or so just to see how your body ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Morphine.
Sun, Dec 30 '12, 12:05 AM
Orange Round Pill With Abg 60
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i am receiving two colors, one pink and one orange/brown...both are marked abg 60 on both...has anyone said anything ## I'm not too sure about the pink colored pill, but I was able to locate the orange pill you have to be Morphine sulfate CR (60 mg); which is used to relieve severe or agonizing pain and suffering. You can view a more detailed description of Morphine, by clicking on the link below... Please post back if you have any other questions or comments to add. ...
Updated 6 years ago in Morphine.
Thu, Apr 28 '11, 3:35 PM
Round Pill With Abg On One Side And 60 Otheri
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i was taking coral round pill m in box 60 on other side morphine sulphate er now i take pinkish peach round pill 60 on one side abg on the other is this the same pill as i was previosly taking. is it morphine and what is cr ## Yes, it is the same medication, it is just manufactured by a different company. This is very common with generic drugs, whichever one your pharmacy has in stock may vary according to whichever company was offering the cheapest price at the time they needed to restock their supply. You can learn more Morphine details here. And the CR stands for controlled release, designating it as a time released formulation, just as the ER did on the ones you received previously. Are there any other question? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Morphine.
Thu, May 09 '13, 12:56 PM
photos of all morphine pills
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round/grey/abg ## Is one kind of Morphine blue with 15 on one side and 850 on the other side? ## looking for photo of 100mg morphine capsel ## kadian 100mg morphine cap need to find photo ## I want to know what an 80 mg of morphine looks like ## morphine tab 30mg - E.R by *Watson Lab has worked well / ... for my post-op chronic back surgery pain . i do believe not all generic *morphine tabs are made the same . ## The pill I receive looks oblong and is blue, this is supposed to be generic ## i wish to retract my earlier post about the generic morphine 30 tab for chronic pain , *product by watson labs. it doesn't work very well , and sometimes not at all . there are others much better to give relief . ## need photo of a small round pinkish brown pill with an m on one side and 60 on th... ...
Updated 24 days ago in Morphine.
Tue, Jul 25 '17, 3:20 PM
Ms Ir
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i have been on morphine sulfate 60mg er for 3 months. the color of the pills have been pink with abg on one side and 60 on the other....this past rx i noticed that half of the pills are colored dark orange....abg on one side 60 on the other..i just want to make sure that they are the same strength...has anyone had this same thing happen to them...any answer would be very appreciated.. ## I just looked up the imprint ABG 60, and the orange pill is in fact Morphine sulfate CR 60 mg. It is manufactured by Watson Pharmaceuticals. One possible difference other than the color, could be that the orange pill is noted to be "controlled release (CR)" instead of what you mentioned the pink one to be- "extended release (ER)". I'm not sure however what difference it would make to... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Morphine.
Fri, Jul 13 '12, 2:39 AM
k 57
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I stay in severe pain because of my knees torn out -(meniscus) left and right knee has been broken in a pie shape! My back has 3 discs out, my neck -(I can hear the crackle noise when turn my head)! I just broke my tail bone from a fall! My life is in shambles ! The ( 20mg K-57's) seem to help more than 3 0f the pink 10's ! But the ABG 30-60 morphine help if you need to stay awake because the oxy- products tend to make many people sleepy! They are best at bedtime ! But the Morphine is best during the day! Obama care is not helping me AT ALL! Any ideas ? I'm broke now and still need operations! Any and all prayers are greatly appreciated and any ideas will be very helpful ! Thanks and God bless you! ## Hello, DiamondX! How are you? I'm very sorry that you're in pain. ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Morphine.
Fri, Feb 13 '15, 5:27 PM
morphine 25mg light pink
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morphine 25mg light pink i need all info about it.can you shoot them up??what do they look like?? ## First, there is no 25mg Morphine tablet, the regular release tablets are 10, 25 and 30mg and the controlled release are 15,30,60,100 and 200mgs. The markings on some pink or similar colored Morphine tablets are: E 30, oval, 30mgs ABG 30, round 30mgs E 655 60, caplet shaped, 60mgs ABG 60, round, 60mgs E 200, elliptical, 200mgs M 60, round, 60mgs Do any of these match the tablet you have? And no, it is not safe to try to dissolve and inject them. Many tablets contain fillers and not all of them are meant to be broken down by the human body, they are normally just expelled as waste. If you crush and inject a tablet, you are putting these fillers in your body in ways in which it cannot prope... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Morphine.
Wed, Dec 22 '10, 4:47 PM

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