Can you tell me how to properly use roxanol (morphine sulfate)?

Morphine treats pain. Roxanol (morphine sulfate) is a very potent narcotic prescribed for moderate to severe pain. It should ONLY be taken as prescribed by your physician. Used improperly it can cause addiction, slowed breathing, slow heart rate and even death. Follow the instructions your individual prescribing physician gave you to stay safe.

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Please tell me if it is safe to mix morphine sulfate with vicodin?

Mixing narcotics . Yes, provided the drugs are prescribed & monitored by your physician. Vicodin (hydrocodone/acetaminophen) is a short acting oral narcotic analgesic to be taken as needed for moderate-severe pain. Oral Morphine may be immediate release or sustained release (long acting). Most commonly a sustained release Morphine will be prescribed with short acting hydrocodone for "rescue" or "breakthrough pain". Read more...
No, It is not, you would need to be monitored professionally or it could be lethal. Read more...

Can you tell me if morphine sulfate increases dopamine levels in the brain while decreasing serotonin levels 5-ht?

Timing. There is more than one answer depending on timing. Opiates initially increase bothe Dopamine and serotonin levels. However, long term abuse can lead to lower than normal levels as you deplete the body's reservoirs of these neurotransmitters. It also makes a difference WHERE in the CNS you are trying to measusre these things. Most of the work has been done on mice and extrapolated to humans! Read more...

Has anyone taking morphine sulfate or avinza 30mg cp24?

Both used widely. Both are excellent sustained release preparations of morphine. Avinza is a once a day product. Ms contin is used 2-3 times per day. Read more...

I was wondering is a 45-60mg dose of morphine sulfate safe?

Speak with Doctor. This is not a place for dispensing information on what opiate pain medication is appropriate for you without actually knowing more about your medical history. As an aside, pain medication are rarely ever helpful in a long term situation with this pain. Read more...