User Reviews for Morphine
Also known as: Astramorph PF, Avinza, Doloral, Doloral Sirop, Duramorph, Duramorph PF, Infumorph, Kadian, M O S, M-Eslon, MorphaBond, Morphine LP Epidural, Morphine Rapi-Ject, Morphine Sulfate ER, Morphine Sulfate IR, ...show all 28 brand names
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Reviews for Morphine to treat Pain
"I've been taking MS 30mg T.I.D. For 4 months for my migraine pain with Tylenol 3 for breakthrough relief. Migraines are starting to come back not sure what other options I have as IR pain meds are not an option as my migraines are to frequent and I risk becoming addicted."
RScottW4211973 (taken for 1 to 6 months) August 14, 2015
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MS Contin (morphine): "I have had chronic, constant migraine for 40 years, complicated by Fibromyalgia which added all over body pain. After years with various short acting pain meds like Lortab and Percocet, my doctor finally tried OxyContin first (worked, but I got tolerant very quickly) and finally MS-Contin, with Percocet as my breakthrough med. My life changed immediately. I take 30mg MS 4 times per day, with up to 3 Percocet. This dosage has not changed in 15 years, and allowed me to return to work full time. I have a (relatively) normal life with occasional days that are bad. MS-Continue was not available in generic form when I started and cost a huge amount every month. Happily, it's generic now and extremely affordable. It saved my sanity."
Ladybell232 May 2, 2015
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"I have 6 bad discs with degenerative bone and disc disease. I have been on Morphine Sulfate for over 5 years. I started on Methadone then went to Oxy's while the morphine still helps, the the dosage 30mg x 3 daily plus Norco 10/325 along with muscle relaxers and anti-inflammatory medicines. I live a much more productive live. The morphine is awesome!"
ron b August 3, 2014
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MS Contin (morphine): "Took my pain from a 9 to a 2! Lasts all day and rarely have to take my break through pain medication. I have ADHD, Chronic Pain, Panic Attack Disorder. MS Contin, 180 twice a day Oxycodone IR, 30mg every four hours 6mg when required of Xanax IR Adderall, 30mg IR twice a day"
HurtsSoyoung January 8, 2014
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MS Contin (morphine): "I experience a slipped disc years ago and after a few injections I was still in pain so I was treated with physical therapy, tramadol, OxyContin, and finally morphine. The MS Contin was a God send! I take 2-60mg MsContins a day with 4-15mg instant release for breakthrough pain. Although I only get 8-9hrs relief from a 12 hr pill. I feel 3 times a day for MsContin would keep my levels more steady, but my doc is reluctant to increase it. Sometimes I feel a little tired but the quality of my life has improved dramatically without the high drugged feeling and mood swings of other opiates."
Bigkev (taken for 2 to 5 years) February 3, 2013
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"I had infection from a bad tooth. It was the only thing that helped while I was in the hospital being treated with IV antibiotics. It gave almost instant relief and I was able to sleep and recover well."
Anonymous April 16, 2012
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Kadian (morphine): "After reading so many people say that Kadian gave them so much relief from their chronic pain I was willing to give it a try. I had been taking Oxycodone 30mg 4 X's a day and felt amazing but they are now trying to get rid of all Oxycodone and Oxycontin because it has become such an epidemic on the street. So, we had to switch to something else. She started me on Kadian 60mg 2 X's a day with Percocet 10s every 6 hrs. The Kadian does absolutely nothing for my pain so she increased it to 80mg and still no relief. I have degenerative disc disease, a bulging disc and fibromyalgia. Oxycodone was the only thing that seemed to help."
Anonymous April 7, 2012
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"I broke my back in 2000 and I've had several compression fractures since then and now have developed osteophytes, I was in pain every day and couldn't work, so ended up on disability. I recently started Morphine ER and it has worked wonders, and I no longer need to take 8-12 pills a day like I used to, It's been a God send. I can get around much better and am relatively pain free. I don't get drowsy or dizzy, in fact I don't seem to have any side effects. My quality of life has improved significantly since I started this new medication. Thank goodness my Doctor decided to try this, I will admit, after dealing with this for so long I had lost hope it would get any better. I wish I had known about this years ago, better late than never."
Anonymous March 29, 2012
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MS Contin (morphine): "I was on 50mgs methadone three times a day for over two years and had pain every day and waking up in the morning was unbearable. I was prescribed MsContin 60 mgs three times a day two days ago and the first morning I woke up, I got right up, went into the kitchen to make my tea and stopped dead in my tracks. Wait a minute, my back doesn't hurt, my body doesn't hurt, I got out of bed without cussing up a storm! This is a miracle. I can't believe it. I'm also on oxycodone 15 mgs 4 times daily for breakthrough pain. My body is now ridding of all the built up toxins from methadone including once a month bowel movements. I'm much happier now."
Anonymous March 2, 2012
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"For the past 5 years I have been taking Vicodin 7.5/325 and Percocet. I got to the point where I was taking so many Vicodin to try to break the pain cycle that it was starting to cause liver damage. My Doc decided to switch me to the Morphine sulphate. After 2 days I noticed a marked change, I was no longer using the Vicodin or Percocet at all. It has now been 5 months, the pain is still there but I can work and play with my 5 month old baby girl. I'm sure I will have to have the dosage changed soon as I only seem to get about 9 hrs of reduced pain before it starts coming back."
Capt. Bad Dog January 2, 2012
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"I also use Morphine SR 100mg/8hrs and would not be a functioning member of society without it. Degenerative Disc Disease, Stenosis, Narrowing of Spinal Foraminae, Bone Spurs, and Facet Syndrome would have me all but crippled. I can use this medication and function and support myself or not use it and draw off the government. I will choose the first option thank you."
Back Pain Bob December 9, 2011
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Avinza (morphine): "I was on Avinza for about 6 years for chronic pain and so far it has been the best medication that I have ever been prescribed. Unfortunately I have had to switch medicines due to the cost of them. I have still been unable to find a medicine that works as well with my pain. I can manage the pain with MS Contin but I have to take more pills a day than with the Avinza. So anybody out there that truly needs to find some relief, my advice is to try it if you can afford it."
JPM83 November 25, 2011
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Morphine Sulfate SR (morphine): "I have taken many different pain medicines over the last 11 years. This morphine is the smoothest, with no spikes or lows of blood levels. It has a fairly long half life, so you don't have to worry about withdrawals if you miss a dose or two."
PainFreeee November 19, 2011
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MS Contin (morphine): "I am a self-employed landscaper who relies on my body to make an income. After taking many types of medicines for the chronic pain in my lower back MS Contin 60 mg has been by far the most effective. I have been able to work now on this medicine with very little side effect. What I like the most is only taking one pill every 12 hours. I can concentrate more on my life/work and less on the amount of pills I need in a day."
OutlawATV September 30, 2011
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Morphine Sulfate ER (morphine): "I have been in pain care since I had my child a year and a half ago due to arthritis, my hips being offset from giving birth, and a spine curvature which I need a breast reduction for. I started out with Vicodin and was going through about 7 pills a day. I was later switched to Oxycontin 15 mg three times daily. It worked for a while but it would make me high and then very tired. I became very tolerant to the medication and was switched to Morphine Sulfate ER and it works wonders! I take one in the morning and one before bed and the one I take in the morning lasts all day and keeps me pain free!"
Ashleyr7710 September 24, 2011
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Kadian (morphine): "I've been taking Kadian 60mg 2x day for severe back, knee, hip and hand pain. I have a failed knee replacement from 10 years ago and have been taking Kadian ever since. Controlled pain mostly but also taking Norco 10/325 two pills 3x day for breakthrough. Just yesterday my pain doctor increased the Kadian to 80mg in the morning and 60mg at night. I can't imagine what my life would be like without the pain relief I get from Kadian. I tried Fentanyl patch with no relief (then I heard of the deaths caused by the patch), and tried Oxycontin and again no relief, so Kadian is for me. Only issue is it is extremely expensive."
Gouchybear September 8, 2011
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