How long does morphine stay in your system

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While on the methodone for 2 yrs.it has slowly stopped working in the last year. I'm wondering how long the w/ds will last taking the morphine and the clonidine patch. Any suggestions would be helpful.. Thanks so much...
I just love the way you girls are so committed to making things work in a marriage. Nobody can call the shots in your situation but you. I think the words that, "talk is cheap. actions speak louder than words," keeps ringing in my head when I last told my wife to come home. I hit rock bottom, too - twice and just kept on going. It's so hard to judge. You're going to have to have a fine filter to run his words through.
but the dangers come more from withdrawl (whatever you feel, your baby feels), low birthweight, and the unstable environment in your womb when you withdrawl. Opiates will stay in the baby's system just slightly longer than in yours...about 3-5 days. Please, please stop abusing opiates now (I'm assuming you're abusing in pill form?). Be honest with your OB so he is prepared for any issues. You won't get in trouble for asking for help, and your OB can refer you to counseling if you need it.
Without going into the good/bad of suboxone and its use, I would say this to you - if your on it USE this time to get your recovery care in place. The suboxone is making your feel normal. Allieviating your cravings and getting you into to a differently lifestyle and pattern. And that is its intended purpose. Like Calamity said, Suboxone is an opiate so its satisfying your opiate receptors right now.
I am having quite a lot of symptoms of w/drawel. How long does it last to get thru it. I am 50, disabled and poor. I cannot go to a detox and I refuse to be addicted to any meds. Now that I realize that I was-- am even more determined to get it out of my system. So how long til the anxiety, chills, breathing harder, runny nose, flu symptoms, goes away. ?
My daughter did cocainr one tie in her pregnancy and did some weed to get an appitite, so the baby can gain weight,i now have a healthy baby grandson, I just wanted to know how long does the cocaine stay in the babies stool.
im 44 had a pump put in dr tolld me id be finewell it took a long time to get it ajusted while in pain i told dr im a big boy tell the truth what the out come will be answer ill still be in pain as is i am in pain all the time it helps some but be prepared to stay in bed if i move around i still get pain so im in bed all the time if you get this pump ask a lot of qustions a lot good luck
Anything that can keep your mind busy and taking in some fresh air is a definite plus! your doing great and your SO close! Just a few more days and you should start seeing a difference!
One week is the longest I've ever made it before relapsing into the daily habit. So can anyone tell me if they had this same feeling and how long it lasted for them? Does it EVER go away? I mean, maybe I used to feel like this before but it was normal for me then...? Ugh, this is awful and IMPOSSIBLE! I am hopeless.
AND HOW DOES THE MEDS MAKE U FEEL I JUST DONT WANT THE HIGH FEELING ALL THE TIME FROM IT AND HOW LONG DOES THAT FEELING STAY WITH U .I HAVE 4 LOVELY YOUNG KIDS THAT I WANT TO ENJOY MY TIME WITH THIS ALL IS NOT FAIR TO THEM.
Some tranquillisers have varied lives, some short, some long in the system. Lets look at Valium then.........You may know it is long term in the blood....that is OK, but this is where it foxes you. It has a life span effect of 800 hours (33 days +) before it really produces the BAD withdrawal symptoms, these could take on many forms. Many common, many not so common. But the thing here is, you are not prepared for this and it hits you really hard.
Sorry for the long delay ... Anyway, fentanyl is TOTALLY dif than morphine, in that it is 100% synthetic, and is so powerful that it is usually measured in micrograms instead of milligrams ... I think a normal dose is 100 ... but either way, it's an opiate, and can easily be substituted with morphine ... and if you can do that all orally, all the better. Remember, though, after the patch is off, takes a day to really get out of your system.
and mary is right, they will test to make sure you do have opiates in your system to make sure your not BSing them about being an addict and looking for a quick buck off the streets. and it only takes 12-18 hours of withdrawals to be sick enough for sub, not 3-4 days.... dont worry pdiddy, youll do great, have a plan and stick to it..there WILL be others here to support you...
I had my first attack with a kidney stone. It came on suddenly and was so painful I thought I was going to die. Went to the hospital ER and was taken in immediately. I did not receive any pain medication until the blood tests were evaluated. The pain meds only took the edge off the pain but it was a welcomed relief. My pain was a 10+ and pain management brought it down to a 3 to 4 but what a relief it was. After approximately 3 hours in the ER the pain stopped.
I have been on Norco 10/325mg after breaking my neck and having 4 steel plates put in due to my ex-husband hitting me in the face with a hammer. I now have an addiction so severe I went through 780 tablets in 30 days. And 3 Dr's later. I need to stop now. I have 10 left I am going to stop cold turkey, which is gonna suck I know. I did it years ago(quit once before) when I was on 10 a day and it sucked then. Does anyone know w hat to expect with it this high???? I am scared to death.
this is my first day without taking anything in a few months. i didnt sleep at all last night. how long does no sleep last?
how many days to get morphine out of your system? they say ray charles kicked his addiction in 4 days?
There is no way to know how long your symptoms would have continued or at what level of severity. My understanding is that fentanyl is one of the more difficult opiates to stop quickly, and some symptoms like anxiety and overall lethargy can hang around for quite some time. A short course of valium and/or an antidepressant can help with that, and you should definitely discuss your symptoms with your doctor. If he doesn't know about them, he can't help, right? So let him be your ally.
30pm (3 1/2 hours later) I called back and asked for another shot. The nurse then lectured me for about ten minutes telling me that I needed to hold off for as long as I could having the morphine shot because it was so strong. I replied to the nurse that I felt that over three hours was more than adequate time to receive another shot. I then asked her what the doctor had written and she told me 2 to 4mg every two hours.
as this can do permanent damage to the nerve cells in your central nervous system(brain and apinal cord), cardiopulmonary system and smooth muscle in your digestive tract( mainly the large intestine as these are the areas of the body where opiate receptors are widely spread. Tapering as slowly as possible will almost eliminate withdrawal symptoms. Once you stop taking them you will probably feel some withdrawal symptoms so always taper as slowly as possible toward the end. xoxo- D.
Talk to your Doc and be specific about your chewing them they can alter your dosing to give your body what it needs so you dont experience withdrawels-----Im serious you could die from respiratory failure, drugs have half lives, so they remain in your system if you chew them and have residual in your body, you might not wake up.
Try breaking your Adderal in half and take one half in the AM the other in the afternoon. Or ask for Vivanse, a more long acting form of it. Or an additional pill for the afternoon. Morphine I asked for and he claims they don't prescribe that anymore. Stand up and abruptly show the next doc your spinal fusion scars and your hip scars and mention diarrhea.
Thanks RunningMom. The old doc was just the second PCP in an HMO series of them. One retired, one quit(or was fired). I went in twice a year for med reviews and that was it. The "thinking" at Kaiser changed, as seems to be happening all too often and all over the US. I had an appt. today and they put me at 48 hours. But I still hate the fent, it just doesn't work as well. Ah well, my pain doc told me today he's leaving Kaiser, maybe the next one will listen. Thanks again.
Panic attacks are common as well. Just remember to breath slowly, in through your nose and out through your mouth. A brand new you will happen. It's just going to take time. A lot longer than what we were expecting. Most of us have trouble with energy, anxiety and sleep issues after detox. Just keep posting and let us know what you are experiencing and we can help you through.
morphine, morphine, morphine, dilaudid, vicodin...I couldn't get them to give me more than 2 5/500 every 4 hours...I pleaded for the 10/500 but the doctor said no...I had a completely torn rotator cuff, 13 broken ribs, two broken fingers, 2 collapsed lungs....but I guess I didn't hurt enough for the 10/500's.... it seems they worry more about addiction than they do coping with the pain that is NOT in their bodies....
Depends on how much you were taking and for how long...generally the worst is over in 3-4 days. I highly recommend, if you can, see your doctor and ask for clonidine, a blood pressure med that does wonders for withdrawl symptoms and perhaps something for anxiety. I'm on day 11 right now, started on clonodine on day 1 and I never really had a bad time..the med will make you somewhat lethargic and dry mouthed but it does help, as plenty of folks on here will agree.
i can't regulate my body temp..that is my number 1 problem..how long does that take to go away? when am i going to feel warm and normal all the time?
your body has adjusted to having the meds. your system has become accustomed to over a long period of time. I still don't feel "normal". But look at WW she does and it has only been 3 weeks. I am sure there are a lot of factors that weigh into it. Maybe instead of thinking everyday "I don't feel normal yet" think "I feel better than a few days ago. PROGRESSION not PERFECTION! If you keep dwelling on not feeling normal you will start to feel more depressed.
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