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... In answer to your question, yes, Morphine or MS Contin is often given for pain management. What side effects are you having from the Oxycontin. I'm currently on Oxycontin. I'm taking 80mgs, 9 per day. ... (1 replies)
... Is this site still active? I sure hope so. I have RSD, 7 back surgeries, fusion, adhesive arachnoiditis and I'm being put through so many different pain medications because I'm beginning to swell up (retain fluid) on the Dilaudid I was on. I was on 8mgs. (highest dose) and 720 a month of Dilaudid. That was 24 per day. Yes, it's an extremely high dose, but I can't use the... (1 replies)
... and morphine have 12 hour extended release tablets. Which one is stronger? ... (14 replies)

Avinza
Sep 12, 2003
... Hi Cindy, Avinza is supposed to be a true 24 hour version of LA morphine. The only difference between it and Kadian is that it does have an imediate release simailar to a bolus dose at the beginning of each dose. ... (5 replies)
... the immediate release morphine sulfate that comes in generic equivalent is MSIR, then there is a generic extended released morphine tablet that releases over 8 hours ,MSER. And also generic Morphine ER extended released capsules that can be prescribed every 24 hours or every 12 hours. ... (51 replies)
... to see you having problems with your doctor unnessesarily. The 60 mg med that you are speaking of is undoubtably ms contin, not oxycontin. MS Contin is 12 hour extended release morphine sulfate, and comes in generic and name brand in 15, 30, 60, and 120 mg tablets. ... (23 replies)
... Hi everyone! Pain meds. affect everyone different. I believe mg for mg oxycodone is stronger than morphine. Morphine doesn't do a thing for me but upset my stomache. ... (14 replies)
... Anyone had experiences with something that doesn't cause this sickenss....another thing, the morphine seems to keep me awake! I would have never dreamed of that, I would have thought I would be knocked out with it, not lying awake in pain..... ... (14 replies)
... I have been on Mscontin 100mg for years now but my pain is getting harder to handle since more disks have ruptured and the increasing pain from my fusion. For me morphine is the cadillac of pain meds. I also take loratab 10, skelaxton 800 and valium 10. ... (14 replies)
... A single lot of this medication was recalled today due to twice the amount of morphine in it. I am not sure if I can state the lot number and will try to check to see if I can state the specific lot. ... (4 replies)
... Thank you for the support and info, OM28......Having a very hard time here, with the added pain and sickness, but I can read today....yesterday, if I tried to read on here, I got VERY ill...so maybe things will get better!! As far as the sleeping, I am feeling totally exhausted....I think from the fighting the pain to the just not resting and getting a few hours of... (14 replies)
... Morphine has the highest incidence of side effects of any of the opiates, well maybe fentanyl patches do if you count skin irritation but I don't ), so the synptoms you are experiencing are not uncommon ata ll. While the stomach upset and sleep disorder may go away in time many patients are switched to something like oxycontin because it's more effective on a per milligram... (14 replies)
... I was given 15mg Morphine Sulfate Extended Release tablets to replace the Fentanyl and Oxycodone I was perscribed. ... (19 replies)
... I took a look at the FDA site and read the article. How can a drug not be approved by the FDA and still be sold??? I don't understand that at all. Maybe someone can explain that one to me. why is it only certain companies and certain dosages? I am sure the pharmaceutical companies are about ready to blow a lid on this as well. Do you know how much money they will lose by not... (25 replies)
... for Oxycodone Hydrochloride Extended Release Tablets, 80 mg as operational. As a result, Teva is commencing the initial commercialization of the product. ... (8 replies)
Med troubles
Aug 23, 2003
... life that can reach 128 hours with continued dosing. This is due to a slow release from tissues into the bloodstream. This slow tissue release sustains the plasma level, which decreases in a biexponential fashion. ... (4 replies)
Looking for relief
Sep 21, 2005
... codeine, hydrocodone, morphine, methadone, etc. This drug can come in the form of tablets, injections, suppositories and syrups. If you can't take morphine then you shouldn't be taking this class of drug... ... (4 replies)
Cost of Medication
Mar 11, 2013
... Dear, dear odyssey, I take avinza & my insurance sent a letter to me & to my dr that they were recommending ms extended release tablets or mser, my dr flipped & told me there was no way that he would let me take that, he was unsure about the delivery system & made the comment that because i have to take medicine for too much stomach acid he wanted the surety of the timed... (12 replies)
... Dear bonz, Remember on the other thread i asked if you had morphine sulphate or morphine sulfate ER? ... (4 replies)
... Endo has received final approval yesterday for its new extended and immediate release versions of the painkiller oxymorphone. The new opioid analgesic is being released under the name Opana. The full prescribing information is available at www. ... (0 replies)


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