How To Avoid Nausea And Vomiting From Morphine Tablets

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Kelly Says:


How do I avoid the horrible nausea and vomiting from my 30mg ER morphine pills prescribed to me. It is causing this on a weekend and no offices are open or available other than the ER, which this is not a real emergency.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Kelly! How are you? Sorry about the problem that you're having.

Have you tried taking them with food, or milk?

In many cases that can help, because they can be very rough on an empty stomach.

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Ed Says:
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How can I stop the dizziness? I can't get it to stop. I've been taking 30mg for lower back pain.

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Julestwo Says:
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Re: Ed (# 2)

Take it with gravol. Gravol is an antiemetic which helps deal with balance and could help with dizziness.

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