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... My question is about the conversion of 8mg. of dilaudid to what amount of MSIR? ... (2 replies)
Dilaudid vs Norco
Oct 20, 2010
... every 6 hrs, 4 per day. I thought this would be so much better and I wouldn't really have side effects, since the dilaudid is also morphine derivative, but I can't stand them. ... (2 replies)
Dilaudid vs Norco
Oct 20, 2010
... While you might think that dilaudid would be "way" stronger" than norco, the truth is in pill for they just don't have the same effect as they do IV. ... (2 replies)

... Hi fion, Have you ever seen an opioid equianalgesic comparison table? I use the dr ruth perkins opioid equianalgesic comparison chart but remembering the comparisons are approximations because many variables affect the dosage. Exalgo is dilaudid or hydromorphone extended release & 7.5 mg is equal to 30mg of morphine so you used to take 30mg of morphine twice a day so that is... (1 replies)
... KMIT, Things like poor bio availablity are acounted for in equianelgesic charts. The conversion from morphine to dilaudid is very different when using it IV Vs oral. ... (10 replies)
... The risk of granulomas, "crystallization at the cath tip in the intrathecal space" is considerably reduced by the use of more soluble preservative free opiates. Morphine is the least soluble of them all. ... (3 replies)
... so if you take 10mg of Dilaudid vs 30mg of Oxy, they are roughly equal. However, Oxy can become stronger if taking a higher dose. ... (10 replies)
... Hi babycakes, Wow, that's a low dose of morphine compared to a heathy dose of oxy. The long acting MSO4 products do have some tough prescribing directions. ... (9 replies)
Oxy or dilaudid
Apr 19, 2006
... g tabs and that's just because it's a newly available dose. If you happen to pay cash, you might want to look into the cost difference between using two 4mg tabs Vs one 8mg. ... (3 replies)
... Hi OH. Neruo stims are generally used for neuopathic pain or radiculopothy. Pain that runs down your leg. If you dont have leg pain their wouldn't be much point in doing a stim. Pumps are better suited for somatic pain, crushing, stabbing, aching type pain. As far as reducing your dose, You really can't look at it that way. IT morphine is just as constipating as oral morphine,... (5 replies)
... of opana...and as far as having no euphoric effect thats bs...they would make me feel much euphoria...opanas are 2x stronger than oxycontin and 9x stronger than morphine plus if you would eat a full meal with lots of fatty foods either directly before or after taking the opana it is 3x stronger than oxy..example... ... (12 replies)
Opana vs Ms Contin
Mar 18, 2010
... In my experience the body metabolizes different opiates groups differently. Which one of the reasons my doctor will rotate me between Oxycodone and Morphine based pain killers when I build up a tolerance to one so that my tolerance will build with the other and drop with the one I was on then he switches me back. ... (12 replies)
... hydrocodone there are slight differences, they are both fast acting while morphine and diluadid are long acting. ... (17 replies)
... twice as strong as Oxycodone, All 3 drugs, Oxycodone, hydromorphone and oxymorphone are in the same family of synthetic opiates that relieve painin the same way morphine does, by binding to opiate receptors. Personally I thought it lasted a little longer than oxycodone but it caused more head fog. ... (7 replies)
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... Agreed that its quite unusual to be on 60mg/day long acting morphine and 90mg/day short acting oxycodone. Oxycodone is about twice as strong as morphine. Usually only a small percentage of the total daily dose is the short acting medication. It varies by doctor and patient, but a short acting medication may be given anywhere from a few doses a week to a few doses a day. ... (8 replies)
... mg Dilaudid pills for BT pain....I am not concerned with the particular dosage of the switch as I am confident that my PM doc is more than competent.... ... (14 replies)
... directly for PM that issue from opium are codeine and morphine. The other major alkaloid is thebaine, but this is synthesized before use in PM. So, codeine and morphine are opiates. ... (14 replies)
... When switching my breakthrough medication from 60mg/dose Oxycodone to 24mg/dose Hydromorphone, I can tell you that I found the pain relief to be approximately equal, but found the medication lasted only 1/2 to 2/3 of the time. Although it did kick in significantly quicker. Due to that, after a period of time, I switched back to the Oxycodone. I had hoped that since I had... (8 replies)
... on narcotics since I was 25 and then 8 yrs ago went on them daily. I've taken just about all of them, Oxycontin, Fentanyl, Vicoden, Dilaudid, etc. I am now on Morphine and Percocet with Lidocaine patches and Voltaren gel as topicals. ... (16 replies)


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