Top
20
Doctor insights on: Blue Liquid Morphine

Share
1

1
What do you advise if I was prescribed liquid morphine?

What do you advise if I was prescribed liquid morphine?

Be careful.: In liquid morphine a little is a lot. Take it strictly as prescribed for the reasons it was prescribed. Be careful to measure the exact dose every time. Take the medication seriously. ...Read more

Morphine (Definition)

Morphine is an opioid pain medication. An opioid is sometimes called a narcotic. Morphine is used to treat moderate to severe pain. Short-acting forumations are taken as needed for pain. Extended-release morphine is for use when around-the-clock ...Read more


2

2
Can liquid morphine cause appetite loss?

Can liquid morphine cause appetite loss?

Morphine side effect: Hello. Morphine can cause GI side effects like stomach pain, nausea, constipation, etc. Stomach pain and nausea alone would be enough to cause loss of appetite. Can make some patients so sleepy that they simply just forget to eat. Of course this is not good. This bad cycle catches up and manifests as wanted or unwanted weight loss. ...Read more

3

3
Can valeron-n (liquid morphine from germany) be taken with tramodol tablets 50 mg? It seems like I had both in liquid in germany.

Can valeron-n (liquid morphine from germany) be taken with tramodol tablets 50 mg? It seems like I had both in liquid in germany.

Carefull !: Both medications are controlled substances and should be taken only under strict supervision from the physician that prescribed them. Multiple side effects are possible including respiratory depression and death. ...Read more

6

6
Started liquid morphine 10mg, 10ml every 4 hours. Feel a bit drowsy and sense of happiness and we'll being, also a bit itchy, is this normal?

Started liquid morphine 10mg, 10ml every 4 hours. Feel a bit drowsy and sense of happiness and we'll being, also a bit itchy, is this normal?

Allergic reaction: The drowsy and/or feeling of well-being or happiness could be considered as part of the expected effects of the drug but the itchiness may indicate an allergy. I would stop the medication and notify the doctor about your symptoms. If you don't you may break out and feel even worse in another day or 2. ...Read more

8

8
Been taking oral morphine liquid 10mg, 10ml 4 times a day for 3 days so far, since couple of hours I have a bit of nausea and slight itching is norma?

Side effects: Typical side effects to Morphine. Try to taper down as soon as possible. I could not find a reason in your patient information for why you are on Morphine. Do not take unless really needed. ...Read more

9

9
My dad is 92 &dying. They've taken him off everything but liquid morphine. It's been7days like this. Eyes always open. How long can he hang on like this?

My dad is 92 &dying. They've taken him off everything but liquid morphine. It's been7days like this. Eyes always open. How long can he hang on like this?

Hospice: If he is on hospice they can help guide you through the process of dying my best wishes to a peaceful end for your family member and slice for you that he is not in pain ...Read more

12

12
Is expired morphine safe to use?

Expired morphine: In general expired medications still do work. In the real world (everything else but the usa) especially africa expired medications are used. As long as they are not expired by more than 12 mo. In the usa the fda and the lawyers will be after us if an expired med was given and you had a problem. ...Read more

13

13
80mg morphine daily. Is this safe?

80mg morphine daily. Is this safe?

Morphine dosage: That depends. If you have been on opiates — lortab, percocet, ect. I may be perfectly safe as long as it's given in divided doses — say three times a day where it totals 80mg. For someone who never takes opiates, to take 80 mg of morphine all at once could kill them by supressing respiration. This effect is amplified by alcohol, benzos and medicines like soma (carisoprodol). ...Read more

14

14
What medications contain morphine?

Brand Names: Are MSContin, Avinza, (morphine) Kadian, Roxanol, to name a few. Codeine is metabolized to Morphine so it will generally be present in Urine Tox Screens. ...Read more

15

15
What is similar to a morphine drip?

Continuous infusion: A morphine drip is a continuous morphine intravenous infusion. Pain medications such as morphine can be administered as an infusion to help with constant pain. In some cases, a patient controlled administraion infusion (PCA) system is used whereby you can safely administer yourself an extra dose when needed for severe pain. ...Read more

16

16
How do I make morphine fornebulization?

How do I make morphine fornebulization?

Get a pro: Morphine can be nebulized, but this needs to be set up by an experienced, skilled compounding pharmacist. Accidental overdose with lethal consequences can result from amateur attempts.
Prescription for this is possible in the hands of a skilled pain doc.
James dillard, md. ...Read more

18

18
Why is crushed MST (morphine) dangerous for your health?

Morphine is a: Controlled substance because it is highly addictive. All controlled addictive substances are dangerous for your health and must be used with caution under a doctor's supervision. ...Read more

19

19
Help please, what is morphine used for (I know pain but what kind)?

Help please, what is morphine used for (I know pain but what kind)?

Morphine: Narcotic analgesics are the most efficacious agents available for relief of pain. Morphine is "strong" or "major" narcotic analgesic which is indicated for moderate to severe pain. Because of concerns about tolerance, physical dependence and addiction, many health professionals are still reluctant to prescribe opioids for chronic pain.
Rec.: talk to your pcp for more information. ...Read more

20

20
Please explain what exactly is morphine used for, I know pain but what kind?

Pain...: Acute Pain, and Chronic Pain. Before for chest pain (heart attack) now it's controversial. Works for all types of pain in the body, less effective for neuropathic pain, but still effective. It is also used to treat shortness of breath. ...Read more