Time Release Morphine

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STEPH Says:


WHY DO I GET THE SHVERS FOLLOWED BY A HEADACHE?ON 15 MG GENARIC MORPHINE MADE BY MYLAN?



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Verwon Says:

Were you previously taking one made by a different manufacturer?

There can be slight fluctuations in generic medications and the inactive ingredients can be completely different, so you may be sensitive to any change in the dosage, or to an inactive filler of some type.

Learn more Morphine details here.

Have you mentioned it to your pharmacist? They can usually order one in for you that's manufactured by a different company.

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Dee Says:
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Going to doctor appointment Thursday and I so want to be changed from immediate release to time release version of oxycodone

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