What Does A Hydro Morphine Pill Look Like

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Lorde Says:
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I was put on hydromorphom it's a redish color with an m on one side and Ms on other. ....but I'm not sure if there gonna work dose anyone know how these work on pain?? I can't get to my medicine closet I'm not even sure of the mg....dose anyone know the mg's they come in? ?? Can someone please get back to me. ....please



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Brooklynn Says:
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I'm sure those are Not hydromorphone. I
I believe they're morphine sulfate 60mg extended release. Do you have a PDR book?

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Stacey Says:
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HELLO!! Take one up to your pharmacist, or any pharmacy, and they will know what it is.

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David Says:

@Lorde,

There's no such thing as "hydro morphine", so I'm assuming you meant to say hydromorphone (the generic for dilaudid); which in an of itself is considered to be a potent analgesic.

Regarding the pill ID, morphine sulfate 30mg extended release pills (made by Mylan Pharmaceuticals) are round reddish/purple colored tablets with a capital "M" on one side and "MS" over "30" on the other.

And Mylan's 60mg ER tabs with a similar imprint are actually reported to be "peach" in color, so I don't think these are a possibility, unless maybe there's another manufacturer who makes the one's that Brooklyn is referring to.... but I do think Mylan's imprint is strikingly similar to Lorde's description.

Any thoughts on this?

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lorde Says:
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Thank you yes that is the name of it Hydromorphom 30 MG ..there VERY GOOD FOR PAIN BUT WOOOOOOO THERE STRONG....BUT NO PAIN....

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lorde Says:
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Yes it actually is hydromorphom 30 MG ...but thank you and man they really do help.....

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kimberly Says:
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is morphine less addictive than opieants

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