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Can You Take Advil With Morphine
I'm online now. Type your question here. Can I take advil (ibuprofen) pm and morphine 30er together?
GooNightSweetPrince: It's been 23 hours. Still on-line? Time to get some sleep! It would be helpful to know just why you're taking the morphine.In general it's not a good idea to combine medications that have sedative side effects. Advil-PM has small amounts of diphenhydramine (Benadryl)in it so it shouldn't be a problem, depending on how much morphine you take-but-since both are sedating & pain medications, why you asking? ...Read more
Ibuprofen is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (nsaid). It works by reducing hormones that cause inflammation and pain in the body. Ibuprofen is used to reduce fever and treat pain or inflammation caused by many conditions such as headache, toothache, back pain, arthritis, menstrual ...Read more
I took 25mg of morphine about 7 hours ago and have had a headache the entire time. Can I take 200mg Advil (ibuprofen) to get rid of the headache?
My daughter had her tonsils out yesterday. I just gave her 1 mil of morphine at 7:10pm. Would it be fine to give her a dose of tylenol and advil at 9?
Alternate: You can give Tylenol at 9 pm and alternate Advil and tylenol every 4-6 hours until better. Then, you can give Advil every 6-8 hrs, fluids and hydration is important next 2-5 days. Any further questions, you can set up a virtual appt thru healthtap with me, welcome Dr. Ivy Fisher! ...Read more
If you have: No kidney problems that you are aware of, or do not have diabetes or prostate problems, then you are welcome to take ibuprofen in addition to narcotics. Be warned that there are a small percentage of people who have sedation as a side effect if they take ibuprofen. So if that happens to you, be extra careful as ibuprofen together with morphine can over sedate you. Thanks for trusting in HT. ...Read more
Can I take aleve, (naproxen) ibuprofen, or nyquil to relieve nausea from morphine? Thanks in advance.
No.: Aleve, (naproxen) Ibuprofen can actually worsen the GI upset. Antiemetics are usually prescribed by physicians. Morphine is prescribed by a physician. Person should consult with the doctor that prescribed the morphine and let them know about the side effects to either get medication for the nausea or change the pain medication. ...Read more
Shouldn't: Opioids, specially a large dose like the one you mention should not be used for the treatment of migraines specially since there are other non opioid medications that can be prescribed for this condition. Ask your doctor about other medications from the family of 'triptans' and a medication to take daily for prevention of migraines. ...Read more
Maybe: Dilaudid and morphine are narcotics, but are different substances. It depends on the reactions you have with morphine. If it is a minor reactions like itchiness, you might be fine taking dilaudid. If it is a major reactions like anaphylactic reaction, you should not take dilaudid. Please talk to your doctor for more guidance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: There is no contraindication there, and there are no interactions to be concerned about. ...Read more
Kadian (morphine) howlong takes: Kadian (morphine) is a a long acting morphin and it should start working within few hours on the appropriate dose. It can be given every 12 hours in divided dose, or it can be given as one dose every 24 hours. It comes in various strength, 20, 30, 50, 60, 80 and 100 mgm. ...Read more
Yes: But be careful on taking too much of either. Follow the directions ...Read more
I have been taking 2 Advil PM before bed each night for years. I have just gone off it. How long will it take for it to leave my body completely?
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