30mg Morphine Vs Oxycodone

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Gw Says:
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I was on 5 30mg of oxycodone ir after doing some reading after you have more than 120mg in your system the rest is not helping you it's just loading your system up and your asking for long term problems my dr. Has since put me on 3 30mg oxycodone and one 30mg morphine extended release for nighttime and that seems to be the magic for me, it helps the hard pain during the day and at night lets your system calm down when I'm sleeping.



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potentialaddict Says:

even though oxycodone is 1.5 x stronger than morphine, if you take an equivalent dose of mophine sulfate (90 m. vs. 60 oxy), will you still develop the same tolerance/addiction/dependency from the morphine as from the oxycodone?

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Verwon Says:

Great Gw! I am very glad that you found a combination that works so well for you.

And yes, potentialaddict, you would still run into the same issues.

This is 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?

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Mscontin2oxycodone Says:

I have been switched due to Cirrhosis from MS Contin 30 mg 2 X's day to Oxycodone 10 mg 2 X's day. Every 6 hours I start go into bad withdrawals. Having had to take extra, now I am short meds but still have some. Why am I going through withdrawal with this new pill? It's supposed to be stronger. It is stronger actually, so is the dose off or does Oxycodone cause withdrawal from MS Contin? I really need an answer. I am losing my mind and will soon have no meds. My Dr will not do a thing for me. I am not an abuser, I have real severe pain from several problems.

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