Can I Still Take Morphine Sulfate Ir 15 Mg Tab After 8 Hours Of Cr Tablet And Whats He Difernce Between

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Can I still take MORPHINE SULFATE IR 15 MG TAB after 8 hours of morphine cr 15 mg tablet and whats he difernce between morphine cr and ir?



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David Says:

Hi Keith,

To answer your question, the 'CR' stands for "Controlled Release" - which offers pain patients a longer duration of its effects. The 'IR' stands for "Immediate Release" - which is absorbed into your system all at once for a more concentrated delivery.

If you were legally prescribed both forms of Morphine and you're not just taking it recreationally (like other's I've noticed), I would recommend contacting your doctor about proper dosing protocols for switching between the two dosage forms. With such a potent medication, I personally think it would be vital to have the dosing regimen adjusted for each individual patient, taking several other factors into account from prior treatment experience.

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Morphine Details

Is this your first time taking this particular medication?

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psj Says:

i am taking omformin 500 mg at night 9pm and in the morning at 7am, is the time difference ok, should i take the morning one 3hrs later.

pl advice for effective medicine effect

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