Does Tramadol Have Morphine In It

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morphine and tramadol allergies.
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I am getting knee replacement and I don't want morphine because I throw up and bad headache and hallucinate. Vicodin does the same. Is there something I can take that won't harm me? I have high blood pressure, IBS, panic attacks, and depression. I take meds for these. I can't take tramadol because it interacts with Xanax. I am very scared. When I got my galbladder out they kept giving me morphine. I was so sick from it. The pain was still there. Let me know if there is something better than opiates. ## Hello, Robin! How are you? No, opiates are the best pain relievers, but there are others available that you could try, such as Dilaudid or Oxycodone. The FDA warns that they may be habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and c... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Morphine.
Wed, Oct 21 '15, 7:17 PM
changed from tramadol to morphine
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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 ## 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. ...
Updated 7 months ago in Tramadol.
Fri, Mar 10 '17, 11:37 AM
Lp 300 Morphine
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i have hurniated disks in l3 l4 l5, arthritus and diginitrive disk disease ## The tablet with the LP 300 marking does not contain Morphine. This is a Canadian tablet called Tridural and it contains 300mgs of Tramadol, in a controlled release formulation. Learn more Tramadol details here. What type of doctor do you see, is it a pain specialist, or a generic practitioner? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Morphine.
Thu, Jul 26 '12, 10:42 AM
kaline morphine
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hi where can i buy some kaline = morphine' and price thank you. B ## I have Rheumatoid Arthritis and am wondering what type of pain medicine is appropriate for me. I have tried tramadol, vicoden 5mg and neither of those even begin to touch the pain I am in. Please help! ...
Updated 7 years ago in Morphine.
Fri, Jul 30 '10, 11:19 AM
does IV morphine prevent plasma donation?
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I had a massive headache/migraine and was admitted to the ER Friday afternoon, dosed with morphine around 5 pm and again around 7pm prior to discharge to home. The great thing is that this awful headache resolved within about 6 hours of the last dose; it was the worst I ever had, after two weeks of stiff neck and dull headaches. I will be following up with a neurologist due to my prior history of cervical fusion surgery and rotator cuff tear in left shoulder, and now, evidence of nerve damage or rotator involvement in the right shoulder. I rarely take pain meds because I don't like the way they make me feel; I have managed pain before with tramadol 50 mg. I would like to know if I need to discuss this in a pre-employment drug panel before hand or stop donating plasma? I never donate... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Morphine.
Tue, Dec 20 '16, 8:13 PM
oval morphine pill 5893
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white oval 93 on one and 58 on the other side ## This tablet does not contain Morphine, nor any type of narcotic. This tablet contains 50mgs of Tramadol, a non-narcotic pain reliever. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Read more: Are there any questions or comments? ## Although this medicine is not an opiad it still works very well for pain. I feel its best use is for weening of prescription pills over a 5 - 7 day period. Do not underestimate their value. Someone who knows from experience! ...
Updated 6 years ago in Morphine.
Fri, Aug 12 '11, 5:53 PM
Morphine ER vs. Dilaudid issue
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After a brain & spine surgery a 1.5yr. ago (forever living w/ Chiari Malformation & related conditions, permanent damage, more surgery) I've been on 30mg. Morphine ER & Tramadol for breakthrough....but... (30mg. Morphine ER 2x's per day, a 15mg. Morphine midday and 2-4 Tramadol for breakthrough when needed...try to keep that very limited) my condition comes w/ headaches. Common. But they have been a bit more than expected-even w/ my sumatriptan, etc. Daily, a nagging heavy headache - not always a migraine / the Chiari h/a I know so well. However, it dawned on me that when in ICU, in a hospital stay recently for kidney stones (after last surgery especially, brain & spine) the nurses & Dr's realized that when they gave me the morphine (IV, not oral obviousl... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Morphine.
Thu, Dec 01 '16, 1:09 PM
morphine and others to suboxone
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Using 20 mg morphine sulfate 1x a day along with tramadol, nucynta, soma, voltaren, lexapro, for approx 5 yrs. Talking about suboxone treatment. Im not clear on why. Have not been diagnosed ad an addict. Follow presriptions directions. This usage is due to chronic lumbar back pain. Severe DDD. Can you help me understand why they are considering Suboxone. They want me to stop all prescriptions and start the suboxone? ## Hello, Theresa! How are you? I'm very sorry that you're in pain. Suboxone does help some people with severe pain and some doctors also want to use it to see where someone's pain levels are, without all the other medications. They can better evaluate the next treatment steps for where to go. The FDA lists this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the p... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Morphine.
Fri, Feb 13 '15, 7:29 PM
morphine and other prescribed meds.
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Hi. I really don't know where to start but I'll give it a shot anyway. This is going to take a while so stick with me if you can. I am a 38 year old man now who was diagnosed with Osteo Chonritis Dissicans in 1986 when I was 11 year old. From the age of 23 to present day I have had 17 knee operations 10 on my right 7 on the left. I was on 100 mg voltarol a day for 17 years until last year when I went into Acute Renal Failure twice as a result of the voltarol even though id been to my gp several times before going into renal failure telling him i was not feeling well and for him to change my meds. It fell upon deaf ears. Now over the last 25 years have been on various painkillers from co dydramol, codine phosphate co codamol then my DHC dehydracodine and then tramadol. When I was... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Morphine.
Mon, Mar 24 '14, 9:03 AM
morphine and norco together, or spaced out
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Hello! My name is Mark and I've had heart surgery a week and a half ago. Now, I have norco 10/325 and have been taking them for years. However, my doctors at the hospital had me stop taking norco while inpatient, and have prescribed me morphine 30 er along with tramadol 100mg. A morphine at waking and when going to sleep, and three tramadol doses between. Can I swap the tramadol for my norco? I did so today and haven't felt well. Chills, cold sweats and light fever, but those are all common with heart surgery as it's a rough battle to fight off pneumonia while your lungs heal. So... Instead of taking a norco for my last dose I went back to tramadol to see if it'll work. Am I safe? Can I take morphine and norco? Help please! ## Legitimate people with chronic pain issues a... ...
Updated 28 days ago in Morphine.
Sat, Sep 23 '17, 11:13 PM
Tramadol HCL 50 MG TAB MYLAN
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one side of pill is a M and the other side of the pill is T7 ## what type of drug is tramadol hcl 50 mg. is it narcotic, like morphine or codene, is more like accetomedaphen(tylonal), asprin or what? What is it addictive, not addictive, have been given it for pain and having trouble finding out info on it... ## Tramadol is an interesting medication, the FDA has actually changed its classification several times. Basically, when inventing this drug, what they were trying to do was retain the analgesic properties of an opiate, but cut out the side effects and dependence or addiction issues. What they go was a pain killer that is actually somewhere in between. It does not work as effectively as most narcotics and it can cause the same side effects as an opiate, including dependence and addi... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Tramadol.
Tue, Sep 12 '17, 8:21 PM
Taking Tramadol If You Cannot Metabolize Opiates
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My husband was prescribed oxycodone and morphine sulfate for daily use after an accident that resulted in incomplete quadriplegia. Over the course of four months, the EMT's were here six times to address opiate overdose. After more strenuous physical therapy sessions, he would become completely gray in pallor and we could not wake him up. Twice he stopped breathing prior to help arriving. I administered CPR until their arrival, at which time they would inj. narcan, and boom! He's back. The first episode resulted in my totally monitoring his medication, documenting dose/times in a prescription diary and posting current status of his medications on a white board. He was not even taking two-thirds of what he was prescribed, because it was too strong, and we had yet to adjust his do... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Tramadol.
Sat, Jun 25 '16, 2:17 PM
Oramorph 10 Mg And Tramadol 100mg
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on oramorph 10mg 4 times a day and tramadol 100mg 4 times a day still in pain are they cancelling each other out ## No, I was othe same recently and they will be augmenting each other not cancelli out. If you are still in pain, speak to your doctor about upping your morphine (you've already maxed the tramadol there) I'm on 30mg plus 100mg tramadol which is controlling my pain much better. ## How long have you been taking them? As George said, they shouldn't be canceling each other out, but it may be time for a dosage adjustment. There's also the possibility that one, or both just aren't the right medications to help you and you may need to try different ones. There is also an extended release Tramadol that is available in 200 and 300mg doses. ## If a may suggest perh... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Oramorph.
Sun, Sep 10 '17, 6:08 AM
Is Morphine an ingredient in Dulcolax Laxative Tablets (bisacodyl USP 5mg)?
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I read an article on-line that said methylparaben and bisacodyl are ratio-morphine ingredients in Dulcolax tablets. I am mainly trying to find out if any of the ingredients in Dulcolax tablets have morphine in them. ## Hello, Verna! How are you? I think the person that wrote the article was somewhat confused, because there is no Morphine in Dulcolax. Learn more Dulcolax details here. As a matter of fact, Ratio-Morphine actually refers to the Morphine that's manufactured by a specific pharmaceutical company, Ratiopharm and this is how generics are referred to in Canada, instead of just calling them Morphine, or Oxycodone, they use the company name, so other medications may be dispensed as APO-Tramadol and etc. Bisacodyl is a distant derivative of methane, so perhaps they misunderstoo... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Morphine.
Tue, Apr 14 '15, 9:56 AM
is it morphin
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small white pill with m on one side and T7 on the other ## NO, this is NOT Morphine! The letters on a pill, especially for generics, does not denote the ingredients in the pill. This one is Tramadol 50mgs, a generic for Ultram. This is a non-narcotic, used for mild to moderate pain relief. ...
Updated 11 years ago in Morphine.
Wed, Jul 12 '06, 11:20 AM
how long does percocet withdrawals last
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I have stopped taking perc 5mg on Sunday still feeling a little funny how much longer will this last??? ## It really depends on how long you were taking it and how much you were taking regularly. It could take anywhere from a few days to about 2 weeks. This is classified by the FDA as a narcotic, so it carries the risk of being habit forming and withdrawal effects, if you stop taking it suddenly are normal and may include nausea, headache, rebound pain, diarrhea and dizziness. Are you feeling any better, yet? ## Withdrawal from Percocets, tramadol, darvon, etc... will make you go through tremendous pain if it was used for pain. Nausea, hot and cold spells are expected but I believe you feel crummy for 3 days but can still function. People who withdraw off of morphine, fentanyl, and othe... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Percocet.
Wed, Apr 06 '16, 11:47 PM
Without acetaminophen
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I have severe and chronic skeletal pain. Have been taking Tramadol 50mg. the Acetaminophen has caused painful liver symptoms. Is there a pain medication that DO NOT have acetaminophen? ## Hello, Audrey! How are you? What have you been taking exactly? If it's just Tramadol 50mgs, then there is no Acetaminophen in it. If it contains Acetaminophen, then there should be a second dosage listed. That said, there are many options available that do not contain Acetaminophen, including Tramadol by itself, Oxycodone, Hydromorphone, Oxymorphone and Morphine. The FDA classifies these mediations as being narcotic analgesics, so they carry the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizzies, headache, constipation and dry mouth. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Fri, Mar 20 '15, 5:47 PM
Breakthrough Pain
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I'm taking Dilaudid 4mg four times a day, and was prescribed Nucynta 50mg twice a day for breakthrough pain since Darvon was taken off the market. I'm not getting any relief from the Nucynta. Could you recommend anything else for the breakthrough pain that isn't an NSAID, which I cannot take due to liver disease? I sure do miss Darvon. ## There are quite a few options on the market to treat pain that do not contain NSAIDs. Have you tried Tramadol? It is also a centrally acting analgesic, like the Nucynta, and is also non-narcotic, it is available by itself, without any NSAIDS: There are also many other narcotics on the market, without NSAIDs that could be used to treat breakthrough pain, such as an instant release Oxycodone or Morphine: Has your doctor suggested anything els... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Dilaudid.
Wed, Nov 27 '13, 7:24 AM
Switched to nucynta
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I have been on morphine er 30 and ir 15 for breath rough pain for 3 years I went to pain management dr today and she switched me to the nucynta 100er, and nucenta 50 for breakthough..does anyone know if this will help my back..I have 3 bulging discs and degenerating disks..I work full time and do alot of lifting and bendin..the morphine had worked great just didn't know if I got use to it. I was reading about nucynta and it says same class as tramadol and that does nothing for me do I need positive feedback that this will work and will I have withdraw from morphine? ## Hello, Renae! How are you? What you have to understand is that all the medications you've mentioned are in the same category, Tramadol is just a very mild opioid in comparison to the others. Nucynta contains the a... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Nucynta.
Sat, Dec 19 '15, 3:02 PM
looking for local Dr...
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Am looking for a Dr. in DeLand, FL, that will put me back on my regimian of morphine sulphate-rapid release, methadone, klonopin and tramadol... My dr has retired, and I cant find anyone local... I have 7 grandbabies, and 3 great grandbabies, that I would like to be functional for... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Morphine.
Wed, Dec 30 '15, 1:43 PM

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