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User Reviews for Morphine

Also known as: Arymo ER, Astramorph PF, Avinza, Doloral, Doloral Sirop, Duramorph, Duramorph PF, Infumorph, Kadian, M O S, M-Eslon, Mitigo, MorphaBond ER, Morphine LP Epidural, Morphine Rapi-Ject, Morphine Sulfate ER, Morphine Sulfate IR, Morphine Sulfate SR, Morphitec, MS Contin, MS/S, MSIR, OMS, Oramorph SR, Rescudose, RMS, Roxanol, Roxanol 100, Roxanol-T, Statex …show all brand names

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For Chronic Pain: "To be completely 100% honest with you guys. I was given morphine for about a week and it was the extended-release ones . It didn't work for me .The morphine my doctor gave me was extended and it was supposed to last up to 12 hours and at the end of the day it didn't do anything. The only thing Morphine did for me was made me a little nauseous and my stomach was cramped up and I couldn't go to the bathroom. Now if the doctor were to try the fast-acting morphine I bet you that would have been a lot better but most doctors do not want to give out fast acting medications anymore and those are the ones that are going to work.."

   
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Rellik0078 (taken for less than 1 month) August 15, 2018

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MorphaBond ER (morphine) for Chronic Pain: "I was switched to morphabond after my ileostomy, I keep finding the pill partially dissolved in my pouch. a hard plastic like cover with a powdery cotton material inside. Could this be due to the slow release mechanism"

geo (taken for less than 1 month) August 5, 2018

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Morphine Sulfate ER (morphine) for Chronic Pain: "As a 21 Year old who has been dealing w/ Chronic Pain since the age of 11. I've been on almost every opiate (Fentanyl, Oxymorphone, Codeine, Methadone, etc) I've found Morphine 30mg every 8 hrs for to be by far the MOST effective out of all opiates. I am rx'd Roxicodone 30mgs 3 times a day for breakthrough pain but I rarely take it as I find it only gives me a 'buzz' & lasts 1-2 hours as far as pain relief is concerned. I am also prescribed Klonopin 1mg t.i.d. prn for PTSD, GAD. Also Adderall 20mg (90) for ADD/Social Anxiety. This combo I've found to be effective for all of my conditions and I truly feel this is the best method for my chronic pain. Yoga helps as well I've found. I suffer from Severe Sciatica, Gallbladder Calculus with acute cholecystitis w/ obstruction, Severe Spondylolisthesis, Severe Thoracic and lumbosacral neuritis, Chronic Pain Syndrome, Scoliosis w/ spinal stenosis, inguinal hernia w/ obstruction, degenerative disc disease. Bilary obstruction, etc."

   
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96chanz (taken for 2 to 5 years) July 1, 2018

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MorphaBond ER (morphine) for Chronic Pain: "WAY overpriced almostn$800 out of pocket and no one carried it either. One more way these abuse deterrent meds really hurt the ones who don’t abuse anything. Now I can’t afford my meds and my mortgage. I am a guy living with severe chronic pain. I got taken off OxyContin and oxycodone which was 1/10 the cost out of pocket. Guess it’s suffer and wake up every hour in severe pain till I get insurance. Oh wait then my dr will say you’ve doing fine without morphine for 3 months so I’m not going to give morphine to you anymore"

Mo (taken for 6 months to 1 year) June 27, 2018

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For Chronic Pain: "I find this iteration of MS Contin to be worthless. I does nothing for my chronic pain. I would like to try a different brand but it is unavailable through the VA Medical Center I go to,"

   
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docstod (taken for 10 years or more) June 7, 2018

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MS Contin (morphine) for Chronic Pain: "I can’t get through the day without it. While I used to take 200mg/day I’ve been cut back to the 90mg/day & find that while not loving it I can still manage. MSContin (& my breakthrough med which is also morphine based) is the only med that allows me to function & remain clear headed. I do experience some bowel motion problems so I take generic stool softener every day with meals & takes care of that. I’d recommend this to anyone with severe & constant, chronic pain."

   
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Dskay211 (taken for 10 years or more) May 3, 2018

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Kadian (morphine) for Chronic Pain: "After trying Percocet, OxyContin and several other types of pain medication my doctor prescribed me Kadian and by far this is the best medication I have ever used for my chronic pain from Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis. I am on the low dose 10mg and it has outperformed the 40mg OxyContin I was on."

   
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Rez40 (taken for 1 to 6 months) April 21, 2018

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MS Contin (morphine) for Chronic Pain: "Worked better for my pain of Ankylosing spondylitis than vicodin or other pain relievers"

Dusty April 8, 2018

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Morphine Sulfate ER (morphine) for Chronic Pain: "I have been in pain for 30 years from My spinal cord is being over stretched since age 13. During my growth stage when your spinal cord lifts away from your lower back. I’m have spinalbifita acolta spinal canal does not make a full circle around your spinal cord it makes a C instead. A fatty lipoma grew through the C and attach it’s self into my spinal cord and tethered it to my bones and is cutting off blood flow to my nerves which is causing nerve damage and pain. I have been to more than 20 pain specialist there is no way to operate on it. So right now I’m on 6 Oxycodone 10mg , 3 morphine sulf ER75mg a day and 2 fentinayl patches 100 mcg/hr every 2 days Basically I’m on a huge amount of pain meds all narcotics a day. I’m now 44 I still have a huge amount of pain. What I have learned about all pain meds is you build up a tolerance to all of them after a while.There is no magic pill like morphine sulf ER.If you have enough pain nothing works good enough and you have to make it work."

   
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Sro March 5, 2018

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MorphaBond ER (morphine) for Chronic Pain: "I was prescribed this medicine after a surgical procedure on my arthritic hand. As recommended I took one in the morning that was supposed to last all day. I did not feel any relief whatsoever of my pain during the first week. I continued taking them and accidentally found one of the pills in my poop I took it out of the toilet and it was still enclosed in the thick plastic surrounding of the pills. When I opened the thick plastic cover the powdery substance was still inside. Needless to say I discontinued use. I would not recommend this medicine for anyone who is in real pain."

   
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Holly (taken for less than 1 month) March 1, 2018

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MS Contin (morphine) for Chronic Pain: "Works well I take it every 8 to 12 hrs and haven’t had as much pain. If I forget to take it it’s like starting all over again easing the pain. I wish I had this long time ago instead of going from meds to meds try to see what works. It’s scary taking it and reading up on it but from 1 to 10 I will give it a 8 so far it’s only been 2 months since I’ve been on this medication."

Spoilbratt February 20, 2018

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Morphine Sulfate ER (morphine) for Chronic Pain: "I have been diagnosed with MS for 20 yrs. And just recently had back surgery I'm taking 30 mg morhine sulfate ER along with 10mg norcos for breakthrough pain. I'm 4 weeks post op and still having severe lower back pain and the morphine does not seem to be touching the pain which makes me take more breakthrough pain has anybody else had issues with morphine not helping?"

Anonymous February 20, 2018

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Oramorph SR (morphine) for Chronic Pain: "This did not help my chronic pain at all. I had to use dosage of 30 -50MG of morphine and it still didn't touch my pain. I got severe constipation and was violently sick"

   
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Chronic pain patient 001 E (taken for 1 to 2 years) February 15, 2018

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For Chronic Pain: "Funky next day feeling."

Anonymous (taken for 6 months to 1 year) February 13, 2018

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For Chronic Pain: "I had lower lumbar back surgery a month ago and I'm taking 30 mg morhine ER tabs along with norcos for breakthrough pain but I feel like the morphine is doing next to nothing and its suppose to last 12 hours I've heard the manufacturer zydus is no good I'm just wondering if thats the problem?"

   
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Anonymous (taken for 1 to 6 months) February 12, 2018

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For Pain: "Iv'e tried almost everything and a low dose of morphine pills and injectables was only slightly better then a sugar pill. 4 mg IV and 15mg in a pill every 4 hrs wasn't useless but after a few years I couldn't tell if I hadn't taken it without the withdrawal cramps, yawns and teary eyes. Fentinal patches were like 20x stronger and I thought better until I wore it in a dry sauna. Good thing I wasn't alone or I might not be alive. I find a little soma, valium and methadone to be best. I just make sure I don't take the other 2 within a couple hrs of the methadone. When it gets worse or flares up a couple perk 5s with tylenol help almost as much as a massage and stretches. For sprains its all about ibuprophen and heat an ice for me. Jacuzzi baths an stretching help more then pills seem to most often. Methadone I know has possibly the worst detox tho."

   
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Pilly mj tucson (taken for 10 years or more) January 27, 2018

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Morphine Sulfate ER (morphine) for Chronic Pain: "Been on various opiates since my mid 20s and now I'm mid 50s. If I could choose what ever medicine I wanted for pain relief I would choose Morphine as it is the smoothest, longest lasting and consistent narcotic. Comes on slowly and has long legs. Avoid Oxy as it hits very quickly and falls off often randomly but always sooner. Morphine ER last a good 8 to 12 hrs. Worst side effect long term for me is constipation and occasional hot flashes. Together with Gabapentin and a muscle relaxer mask my sever back injury enough that I can avoid a major risky surgery."

   
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Phil Atio January 17, 2018

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For Pain: "Morphine was a true godsend after invasive cancer surgery! I had some unpleasant side effects like constipation, nausea, and vomiting that was controlled by zofran. The pain relief I got from morphine was totally worth it."

   
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Lucia1999 (taken for 1 to 6 months) January 8, 2018

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Morphine Sulfate ER (morphine) for Chronic Pain: "Many years ago, I chose medication over surgery to treat severe, chronic pain. Although dependency on pain medication has it's own problems, I still think it was a good choice. I have had almost 20 productive years that I would not otherwise have had. I have learned two things in those years. First, if you are taking Morphine ER, try to arrange your schedule in such a way that you have an hour or two to nap after you take your meds. This medication is more effective if you are sleeping or at rest as it takes effect. Second, avoid oxycodone or oxycontin [time-release oxycodone]. That medication rapidly looses effectiveness and becomes unreliable. For me, the best overall pain med has been Morphine ER. Hope this helps, and God bless."

   
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Don't be Afraid! December 9, 2017

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For Chronic Pain: "Lower Back Pain /L4/5 region/surgery performed 2014 - condition improved but (as many would attest), never to be the same and pain free. This is what I don't understand (after getting into a car accident, having severe lower back pain and having been on many if not all (at one time and or the other), just about all (whether in the hospital and or outside of it on pain management), how some people can be on, for example, taking 4 10mg OxyContin pills day, ASIDE from lets say 2 60mg (or higher), extended release morphine tablets 12hr dosage), and *STILL* say that they barely get through and or say if they miss a dose, they get sick sick sick, real sick. I and almost everyone else MUST and really know....contin.."

   
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booltr2 (taken for 5 to 10 years) December 7, 2017

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Morphine Sulfate ER (morphine) for Pain: "After years of lower back pain and 4 pain specialists, I finally found a doctor/team that listen and cared. Switched off of Norco, Vicodin, and numerous other opiates to MS Coton. Went from 60mg/3X a day to 15mg/2X a day and am relatively comfortable and pain free. I operate farm machinery and take care of livestock daily and have for the 5 years I have been on this medication. Never had an accident or made a mistake due to medication. I just hope/wish our politicians can see that these meds have benefits when appropriate and used correctly. They have given me the ability to function and make a living doing what I love."

   
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AnmlGuy (taken for 5 to 10 years) December 7, 2017

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For Chronic Pain: "I'm not going into all the details about what is wrong with me but my pain is bad enough that I take morphine sulfate 100mg three times a day, nucynta 100mg twice a day & soma 350mg 2XDay. Well what I'm wondering is has anybody ever had some hearing loss? I've also experience Moodiness, twitchy movements (occasionally) wondering if these are drug related problems?"

   
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wjb80 (taken for 5 to 10 years) November 19, 2017

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For Chronic Pain: "Yo Fellow Pain Endurers ~ 34 yrs. suffering Severe chronic pain from 10 hr. preventive surgery & 5 Disc Fusion re: rare Diastematomyelia, Tethered Cord & resulting Scoliosis. Tried every known Therapy/treatment. Avoided ALL meds for 29 mind-bending yrs. 'till I was @ life's end. Enter Pain Mgmt.: 7 various spinal blocks + Gabapentin/ Prednisone/Tramadol/ Butrans/ Oxy/ Methadone ~ ONLY partial relief came from high Morphine IM/MS Contin & Fentanyl IM/Patch. I HATE meds BUT they have SAVED MY LIFE. Literally. (ya'll know what I mean) Thank God!!! Peace out. Matt"

   
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Chumbie (taken for 2 to 5 years) November 4, 2017

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For Chronic Pain: "I was taking oxymorphone 30 they told me they were taking them off the market. I found out they are not taking them off the market but I was put on arymo 15 mg which is no where near as effective as oxymorphone 30 mg"

   
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Anonymous (taken for less than 1 month) October 27, 2017

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For Chronic Pain: "Morphine is typically administered in a hospital setting through IV. They take this route because pain relief is essentially instant. The main difference w/these coated pills, while they are a higher milligram (60mg), I was given anywhere from 2 to 4mg through my IV. Some would say the upside through your IV, is the instant relief (in the ER, that's the point),but the duration of relief (some say),is shorter than that of the pills, which by design are rated to last 12 hrs. The info along w/the script says the coating is there because it's an extended-release tablet, hence the 12hr rating for pain relief. They make an immediate release pill but for home use most dr's will script these. Sometimes norco is added for immediate relief as needed."

   
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Cboltz (taken for 2 to 5 years) October 10, 2017

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