Changed From Tramadol To Morphine

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shadow Says:


i was on Tramadol for 3 months took three per day they got rid of my pain but i suffered from chronic constipation, so the doc told me to stop and put me on 5 mg morphine patches but its not giving any relief to the pain so question can i put two patches on



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HolisticHelper Says:
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Absolutely not without consulting your doctor first. Too much risk is involved not to mention it's a controlled medication and if you use more than prescribed you will be considered abusing the drug. Speak first to your medical professional before self-medicating.

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