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Can You Give A Pregnant Woman Morphine
With caution yes: any time opiates given to a pregnant woman the benefit to the mother must outweigh the risk to the baby. There is no reason to believe it will hurt the baby's development but EVERYONE needs to know the mother is on morphine and prepare for the baby to withdraw after delivery. Be certain everyone is on the same page. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
I just found out I am pregnant and I have been on morphine for 2yrs for problems with my spine from an accident , dosage is 30mg , should I stop taking?
Can u be pregnant on morphine sr and baby be okay? I have severe chronic pain.Feel pain on meds.. Off is 10 unbearable. Suggestions if i want own kid?
Roxanol (morphine): Roxanol (morphine) is Morphine Sulfate and should be reserved for the treatment of severe, acute pain. (broken bones, burns, etc) Its a Category C drug which means harm to the fetus can't be ruled out. If taken after the first trimester but not in the last 2 weeks, the baby is probably fine. If taken real late in pregnancy the baby can go through physical withdrawal problems. ...Read more
Yes: You can use morphine while pregnant or breastfeeding for very specific reasons and for very short periods of time. Usually it is used for pain control. Having your appendix removed while pregnant, a c-section, or suffering from kidney stones are some examples of situations where you might need morphine for a short time. It is addictive to the mom and the baby so you can't use for a long time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Not unless prescribed by or okayed by your obstetrician. Some opiates (usually methadone or buprenorphine) in cautious doses are safe in pregnancy to treat heroine or other illicit opiate addiction, but they do cross the placenta and can lead to sedation or withdrawal in a developing fetus if not dosed carefully and consistently. Opiates in most situations are unduly risky for pain in pregnancy. ...Read more
Possibly pregnant keep getting bad migraines that lasts for weeks until it gets so bad I go to the ER the ONLY thing that helps is morphine help?
Break up pattern: The ER is absolutely the worst place to go with a migraine, as the lights, noise, commotion, make all worse. Narcotics such as morphine are completely inappropriate and breed chronic daily headaches. If you are pregnant, breathing 100% oxygen may help. If not, should start an OTC preventative, such as riboflavin, Co-Q10, butterbur, even magnesium. Find headache specialist. ...Read more
Im on Percocet and Morphine ER for pain conditions and just found out Im pregnant. What are the risks associated with taking these medications?
Neonatal abstinence: syndrome is the major pregnancy complication. Women taking opioids for pain are also passing it along to the fetus, and depending on a variety of factors, about 70% of babies born to moms on opioids will develop a withdrawal syndrome. If possible to taper the medication in your second trimester and use alternative pain management, that would be best. It is treatable in hospitals with expertise. ...Read more
Morphine: Every drug you take must be balanced by it's risks. Morphine is safe but you have not said why you are taking it and for how long. If you have surgery and need pain control, then by all means use the drug. If you are taking it for other reasons, then you need to ask yourself do I need the medication. It is best to use the least amount of medications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im 9 weeks pregnant and have migrains an a tumor in my brain is it ok to take low doses of morphine for my pain I have a tumor in my brain an have cafosis of the spine along with migraines
I'm wondering if my morphine sulfate 200mg tablets will affect my pregnancy developmentally. I will be coming off after the 1st trimester is over. ?
I'm on morphine, flexeril, vimovo (esomeprazole and naproxen) and lyrica. I have had a blood test and at home pregnancy tests all negative but feel pregnant can they all be wrong?
These: Medications would not interfere with pgx test. Some of the side effects of these drugs can make you feel bloated, or irritate your stomach. ...Read more
I'm wondering if my morphine sulfate 200mg tablets are safe for pregnancy if they will affect the baby developmentally my doctor wants to keep me on them for the 1st trimester in fear I will lose the baby. I've lost 2 pregnancies already.
How to abort status migrainosus in pregnancy? Been 6 days, tried Norco, (hydrocodone and acetaminophen) IV morphine, IV magnesium sulfate... Nothing works more than 3-4hrs. Pls help!
I'm almost 19 weeks pregnant and I have a fybroid that's starting to cause some severe pain. The doctor gave me morphin, is my baby at risk?
Not a problem: Using a narcotic short term for severe pain is not a problem. However, if you use narcotics long-term during the pregnancy, it can cause the baby to be born addicited and have to go through withdrawl after it is born. An occassional dose here and there is not a big problem, but always let your OB know any meds you take for both your safety and that of your baby. ...Read more
Provides comfort: Morphine helps to ease two of the most concerning processes with the dying patient, which are pain and the sensation of suffocation. If the decision is made to let nature take its course, appropriate doses of morphine can help relieve suffering. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
If needed: Palliative care is a broader term than hospice care or end-of-life care. Many patients with life-threatening conditions receiving palliative care do not have pain; morphine is not necessary in this case. Pain is a significant problem for many patients receiving hospice care; appropriate use of narcotics and other means to control pain is an essential part of these patient's care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A patient who is diagnosed with mi, he is anxious and restless would u give him morphine 2 mg ivp ?
Why?: Why? Where is the patient? Are you in the medical field? Morphine can be used as part of an overall, comprehensive treatment for mi, but there are contra-indications. I feel it is not appropriate for us here at healthtap to second guess someone already undergoing medical care, especially as we do not have nearly enough information to make such judgments. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could codeine give the same happy feeling as morphine and heroin; jonathan gornall journalist said it is a?
Opiates: Codeine is an opiate like morphine and heroin. Morphine is extracted directly from the seed pods of certain poppy plants, and both heroin and Codeine are processed from morphine. Intoxication from all three can lead to a temporary "happy" high, but this isn't long-term happiness. All are habit-forming, too -- especially if you're using them for intoxication rather than pain control. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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