What Strengths Does Morphine Come In

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different strengths of morphine ## Morphine is a narcotic analgesic. The strength varies, depending on what formulation you are asking about. For instance the extended release tablets are available in strengths of 15mg, 30mg, 60mg, 100mg and 200mg. The regular release tablets come in 10mg, 15mg and 30mg. What specific type are you asking about? ## I am currently taking 360 mg. of morphine sulfate CR per day, (2-60 mg. tablets, 3x a day) and 45 mg. of Oxycodone IMM for breakthrough pain (1-15.mg tablet, 3x a day) My new Pain doctor switched me to 1-60 mg. tablet of Kadian CR and up to 90 mg. of oxycodone IMM (1-2 tablets of oxycodone IMM 15 mg. 3 x a day) for breathrough pain.Isn't Kadian CR the same as morphine sulfate CR? I'm afraid I'll go into withdrawl if I begin taking ... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Morphine.
Wed, Aug 23 '17, 6:43 PM
2 different morphines
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i am on zormorph 60mg,and oramorph,my pain limit is still very poor, i was wondering if dyimorph would help better .my pain is due to 2 back ops in 2000 and now i cant walk well at all ## Are you aware that you are on a very low dose of opiates? I take 2000mgs of Zomorph - 5 X 200mgs in morn and eve. Diamorphine is a lot shorter acting, and is very expensive. Explain you're situation to Dr and ask for your dose of at least the Zomorph to be doubled (1 in morn and 1 before bed). Oramorph comes in different strengths and as your on low dose of Zormorph I'd expect your Oramorph to also be a low strength. Oramorph in low strengths is not very good for you're type of pain. Please don't go on Diamorphine it's so addictive and as time goes on, you'll need more and more ... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Morphine.
Sat, Nov 16 '13, 3:45 PM

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