Hi all, this is my second question here. I have been finding stuff around the house that leads me to believe and with the help of supportive great people on this site that bf has an opiate problem. I have found Vics plus meds that help with wd. Today he was searching ABG 30 purple pills..so I looked it up and it is Morphine... found a pill the other day with imprints marked off..believe it is now a morphine pill 60 mg after searching online... i had a feeling he was using something other then vicodine...
2 Aug 2011
Morphine is very similar to oxycodone. When comparing milligram to milligram, oxycodone is just a little stonger than morphine. To see a comparison chart go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opiate_comparison
None the less, it is still an opiate and morphine as you can see from the chart is stonger than vicodin (hydrocodone).
Not sure what to say other than confront him and see if he wants help with his addiction. Hard to help someone who doesn't want help. If he is willing to admit he has a problem there are numerous routes to take to get clean. You could check onto Suboxone as an opiate detox medicine by going to Suboxone.com.
To read a little about how to help a loved one who is an addict, try the following link:
Praying for you both,
- Morphine Information for Consumers
- Morphine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Morphine (detailed)
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