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... Most opiate meds are pretty safe in there straight form as far as long term use is concerned. The obvious effects like drowsiness, histamine release, constipation, etc can be bothersome, but I don't think real dangerous. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Sue, Some people just can't tolerate the side effects or oral meds and it seems the older you are the less you are able to tolerate the side effects. Codeine is very harsh on the tummy and has a ceiling of 400 mgs a day, which is nowhere near the strenth of a durageisc patch. They do make a 7. ... (6 replies)
... ion before a year ago and am thinking about having more. I seem to get constant flare ups and have accupuncture weekly plus chiro every 2 weeks or so. Iam taking too many meds and am worried about the side effects. ... (10 replies)

... Hey Twist and betty, I haven't tried miralx but it works on the same principle of Kristalose. ... (19 replies)
... w codeine among others, then you should limit your apap intake to NO MORE than 2200 mg a day. This is the number i have read on a number of reliable medical studies on that issue. This is so you maintain normal liver enzyme levels, which are a sign that the liver is not being damaged. ... (33 replies)
... Hi feelbad, I'm with you!! I live in Canada and they still sell Tylenol #1 (325mg acet. 8mg. codeine, caff) over the counter both name brand and almost all drug stores have their own generic available for about 1/4 the cost. EVERYTHING that I've ever been told or read almost all said 12 tablets (12 X325) is a max. daily dose, BUT THAT IS NOT A DAY IN DAY OUT GUIDE. ... (33 replies)
... I heard quite a bit. He had dropped a prescription off that was valid from a doc visit yesterday, In addition to the script the doc wrote, I guess he got a hold of a script pad. Wrote himself a script for 200 4mg Dilaudid, name brand only. ... (16 replies)
... Concluding your morphine resistant from one trial is totaly absurd, particularly when it works orally for BT pain. There is just no way they can give you a dose of anything and know the outcome, he may have given you 2 mgs of IV morphine when you need 10, the same could go for any drug. ... (37 replies)
Talwin Injections!
Dec 11, 2005
... methyl benzomorphan analog of morphine. ... (3 replies)
... I can't imagine what sort of addiction to psych meds. The Xanax? ... (11 replies)
... kidneys or stomache. There are too many other medication options. You also need to be careful with OTC stomach meds. Some can greatly effect the absorpton and serum levl of certain meds. ... (13 replies)
... n should be prescribed 3 times a day, the full prescribing instructions allow it. A med designed to dump it's contents over 8 hours would likely bcause more side effects than a med like Kadian that's designed to dump over 24 hours. ... (7 replies)
... Thank you so much everyone for your responses to my message. Shoreline, you are extremely helpful with all the info you provided! ... (21 replies)
... Well, like I wrote in my post... I'm in extreme chronic pain, it's very bad. But I've said before to my doctor's that I don't want anything too strong, because I don't want to have myself get addicted to them, I've seen it happen so much... and while I do have faith in myself, you just never know. ... (5 replies)
... mgs of morphine. This is talking instant release or short acting oral morphine. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, for chronic pain which hasn't responded to other treatments a long acting med is usually going to be much more effective than a short acting med. ... (14 replies)
... It should be noted that I got a job about a month after it started, which involved a lot of standing. ... (2 replies)
... I hope that you can find a happy medium with your Dr. to get adequate pain relief without too many side effects.....Like Shoreline's normal to have some effects... ... (12 replies)
... Yes Tramadol does make you feel good. I take it for shoulder pain because my stomach cannot tolerate Vicoden or Codeine and Tramadol does not bother it. I find that I really look forward to taking them and have had to discipline myself not to take it too much. ... (14 replies)
... Hi Beach Girl, There really are many pain relievers without aspiran that can be used and his doctors just need to be aware of his aspirin allergy. ... (18 replies)

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