Alcohol And 15mg Morphine

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If I've drank a substantial amount of alcohol and have taken one 15mg pill of Morphine Sulphate, how dangerous is it?



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Jenna Says:

Hello,

The combination of alcohol and morphine is extremely dangerous, NO amount of alcohol is safe with morphine. Both alcohol and morphine depress the Central Nervous System, and the combination can be fatal. Call your doctor or seek emergency medical attention at once if you have symptoms of extreme drowsiness, pinpoint pupils, confusion, cold and clammy skin, weak pulse, shallow breathing, fainting, or breathing that stops.

I hope this helps!

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Justin joe Says:
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What can happen when taking ABG 15 (Morphine sulphate ER 15 mg) while drinking? Can a person safely drink after a few hours of only one dose?

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steve Says:

"What can happen when taking ABG 15 (Morphine sulphate ER 15 mg) while drinking? "

I believe they call it death.

Usually asphyxiation. I think it is funny that people say it is too dangerous to drink alcohol on morphine - I would recommend that you stop taking morphine because you will live longer and have more time to drink....

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