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Is there another pain medication that can be substituted for morphine?

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Dr. Sarah Blake
Pain Management 20 years experience
Many others: There is an extensive list of narcotic and non-narcotic medications that can be used in lieu of morphine. However, the choice depends on the condition of the patient and the diagnosis. Narcotics should be the last choice not the first.
Dr. Ron Jones
Family Medicine 45 years experience
Many: There are many pain medications that can be used instead of morphine.

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