Morphine 60mg Er

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will crushing the pill give me better relief?

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julie Says:

ER pills are not to be crushed

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Verwon Says:

Crushing them is a very dangerous practice, you could get too much of the narcotic at once and overdose yourself. These are time released for a reason.

If you are having trouble with adequate pain relief, then please speak to your doctor.

I was on these for several years for pain management and they are a very strong medication.

I do have to say, however, there are some types of pain that they should not be used for, what condition are you taking them for?

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courtney Says:

If you are taking an antibiotic for Azitmonuycin can you crush them & drink with juice ?

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