Chances are that you have taken an opioid drug at some point in your life. One of the most common opioids in our treatment centers is Morphine Hydrochloride; an opioid drug sometimes known as a narcotic that is used to treat mild-severe pain. You take short-acting formulations as needed.  You can also be given the extended-release morphine which is used on long-term basis ad not as needed.

Crucial information you need to know

Avoid taking Morphine Hydrochloride if you have serious breathing issues or asthma, paralytic ileus or a blockage in the intestines.

Morphine Hydrochloride can cause slow breath and can be habit-forming. Misusing this drug can result to an overdose, addiction or death especially in kids. Always store this drug away from kids.

Avoid taking Morphine Hydrochloride when you are pregnant as it can result to severe withdrawal symptoms after birth. Breastfeeding while taking morphine is not safe for the baby. The drug can pass into the milk and cause breathing issues, drowsiness and even death to the nursing infant.

Combining alcohol with Morphine Hydrochloride can cause severe side effects such as slow breath or drowsiness. You should also avoid it if you have taken any MAO inhibitor in the last 2 weeks.

Avoid taking this drug if you have allergic reaction to opioids.

Let your doctor know if you have:

  • A brain tumor, head injury, or seizures
  • Breathing issues
  • Problem urinating
  • Substance or alcohol addiction or a history of mental illness
  • Issues with your pancreas, gallbladder or thyroid 

Correct way of using Morphine Hydrochloride

You need to take it as prescribed by your health practitioner. You should read the instructions on the prescription label carefully and follow them to the letter. Take the correct dosage without exceeding the prescribed amount or period. Let your doctor know if you feel the urge of taking more than the recommended dosage.

The drug should not be shared with other people especially those with a history of substance abuse. Note that sharing or selling Morphine Hydrochloride is illegal.

Morphine Hydrochloride capsules should be swallowed whole to avoid the risk of an overdose. Never chew, crush, open, break or dissolve this drug. Some people break or crush these capsules or tablet to snort the powder or mix it with a liquid to inject into a vein. However, this has resulted to death of many users who do this.

If you are taking the drug in liquid form, ensure your measurements are correct. Always use the provided dosing syringe and not your table spoon.

Never quit taking Morphine Hydrochloride abruptly to avoid severe withdrawal symptoms. Your doctor will advise on a safe way to quit this drug.

After you have stopped taking morphine, you need to dispose the leftover drug. Do not keep it. A single dose is enough to cause death to anyone who takes the drug accidentally or in an improper manner. Consult with your pharmacist on the correct way to dispose morphine.

Possible side effects

You should seek medical help if you experience any symptoms of an allergic reaction to Morphine Hydrochloride. They include hives; trouble breathing; swelling of the throat, lips, tongue or face.

The drug can stop or slow breathing and can even cause death. Call the doctor immediately you notice blue colored lips, slow breath with long pauses or long deep sleep. Other symptoms that you need to call a doctor are:

  • Fast heartbeats or chest pain
  • A feeling of passing out or extreme drowsiness
  • Vomiting, nausea, appetite loss, weakness, appetite loss, dizziness or extreme tiredness
  • Shallow breathing, reduced heart rate or short breath
  • Hallucinations, agitation, fast heart rate, sweating, fever, nausea, coordination loss, diarrhea or vomiting

Severe side effects are more likely in senior adults or debilitated or malnourished people

Using any opioid drug for long can cause infertility in both men and women.

Note that this is not the complete list of side effects. You might experience others. You need to call a doctor if you experience anything abnormal after taking Morphine Hydrochloride.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Which severe side effects will I get after taking Morphine Hydrochloride?

You should know that side effects differ from one person to another. However some of the possible severe effects are physical dependence, urinary retention, respiratory depression, gastrointestinal disturbances and hypotension. You should call your doctor if you experience these severe effects. He or she will advise on the correct way to deal with them.

  • How should I store Morphine Hydrochloride?

You should store this drug in a safe place away from children or other people who might abuse the drug. The drug expires after six months after you open the bottle so you should not store it past that date.

  • What should I do if a miss a Morphine Hydrochloride dose?

Mostly, this drug is taken as needed so you are not likely to be on a dosing schedule. However, in case you are on a regular dosing schedule and you miss a dose, take it as soon as you remember. However, if it’s almost time for your next schedule, skip the dose and resume the normal dosing schedule. Never take a double dose to compensate for a missed dose.

  • Do I need a prescription to buy?

You need a prescription from a qualified doctor to purchase most opioids.

Final thoughts

Morphine Hydrochloride comes with a high risk of an overdose, addiction and even death. It is always wise you are taking it as recommended. Always consult if you are not sure you are taking it correctly.      

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