Increasing Dilaudid

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Raymie Says:

Right now I am on 8mg every 4 hours. Is it okay to increase that to 12 mg every 4 hours.

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Verwon Says:

Are you having a problem with the 8mg, is it no longer working?

How long have you been taking it?

Learn more Dilaudid details here.

This is a very potent narcotic, so any titration up must be done very carefully.

Have you talked to your doctor?

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Raymie Says:

I have only been on the total 4 mg for just a few months. My GP is away right now and I will certainlly discuss a increase in mg. with her when she returns. I am in pain because of a shoulder pain. I had a replacement done 3 yrs ago and always have had a bit of discomfort. Within the last year the pain has increase immensely - that is why the morphine. I am now waiting for an U/S to see if I have ripped the tendon. Sometiime the lower dose helps, but alot of the times it doesn't. I just wanted to know if I could take more every four instead of every five.

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