I've been on a a differant combo of morphine & dilaudid(high doeses) & I take ibuprofen & a couple benzodiazpines,the second is the main thing to worry about,besides taking more mophine than your supposed to because it also slows your breathing the major cause of death from opiates in general. There's really no problem taking tylonol either cuz unless you have a type of morphine I haven't heard of,there is no combo tylonol/morphine drug like vicodin (hydrocodone/tylonol) where you really have to watch that what your taking doesn't contain more tylonol cuz that stuff is hell on your liver & everything from cold meds to flu meds contain tylonol,morphine is so strong I guess you don't need an additional pain killer. Ibuprofen works well for opiate headaches that are common,at least to me. Good luck.
You really need to be under constant doctor care when you're getting a drug like morphine, and I would never add another medication unless you're doctor is the one suggesting and writing a prescription for it.
Morphine is a real respiratory depressant, and you need to be careful of that, many people overdose accidentally due to this medication.
I am on a slow release morphine, and was also given 7.5/325mg of Percocet to take four times a day for breakthrough pain. The morphine I take three times a day at 50mg. However I see my doctor once a month have my blood pressure checked etc. I am on Valium twice a day as needed, but I'm very careful not to take all meds at one time, due to the serious side effects they can cause. Please be careful and check with your doctor always before taking any further medications.
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