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15mg oxycodonr and 15mg morphine taken together
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I have been taking 30mg of oxycodone 4 times a day for two years for my broken back. Just need to know if taking 15mg of oxycodone and 15mg morphine sulfate is save and if it would just increase the oxycodone feeling. Please help can find answer anywhere. Thankyou ## Trying to increase the Oxycodone 'feeling is what often leads to addiction and you should really watch that habit. For pain relief, Morphine is effective, however, it is not as strong as Oxycodone. It can, however, cause the same side effects: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Are there any questions or comments? ## I Take 2x100mg oxycontain a day. I Take 2x 30mg oxycodone a night I Take 3x 5mg Valium a day I Take 1x 30mg serapax a night I Take 6x1000mg fish oil a day I Take 1x sachet Questran Lite each night... ...
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