MS Contin stands for Morphine Sulfate Continuous.....Meaning it stays in your system a long time to do the job
how long does it take for MS Contin 30 mg to clear body to get a clear urine test
MS Contin is a long acting form of morphine, so it would show up as an opiate on a drug screen
MS Contin is Morphine. Oxycontin is an extended release oxycodone.
Can you take ms contin amd oxy together?
MS Contin is a long-acting form of morphine sulfate. As long as there is enough of it for the test to detect, then it will show up on every test, every time.
how long will it take for ms contin take to get out of your system before it shows in urine
MS is time released, oxy is fast acting MS CONTIN and OXYCONTIN are both time released. MS CONTIN is morphine sulfate time released whereas OXYCONTIN is time released OXYCODONE!
Lorcet is Hydrocodone, MS Contin is Morphine, they are both narcotic analgesics but are NOT the same medication
Absolutely - MS Contin is the timed release version of Morphine Sulfate.
It is an Oxycodone..but there are MS Contin, Morphine Sulfate, that look the same, but the MS Contin are darker and have a hard coating around them so that the Morphine releases into your system slower..
No. MS Contin is a delayed release form of morphine which is to be taken orally. It is used to control chronic pain.
MS Contin is a brand name for morphine, Oxycontin is the brand name for Oxycodone.
It stands for Morphine Sulfate, which is the name of the drug.
It means Continuous Release (for day-long pain), aka Extended Release, aka Timed Release, etc. The drug is released over time.
The package insert from Purdue Pharma has the following warning:"MS CONTIN TABLETS ARE TO BE SWALLOWED WHOLE AND ARE NOT TO BE BROKEN, CHEWED, DISSOLVED, OR CRUSHED. TAKING BROKEN, CHEWED, DISSOLVED, OR CRUSHED MS CONTIN TABLETS LEADS TO RAPID RELEASE AND ABSORPTION OF A POTENTIALLY FATAL DOSE OF MORPHINE. "
Yes, at least MS Contin and Vicodin. MS Contin is for chronic pain and Vicodin is for break through pain. But if you take both short-action : as long as both are opiates.. you should make a choice between them and increase the dose if needed (with medical support)
MS contin is a long acting (about 12 hours) form of morphine and should not be used for breakthrough pain. If your pain is not controlled by your long-acting medications, you should take a short acting medication. Talk to your pain management physician about your continued pain.
YES! It is an opiate. Ms contin is an opiate also. They are both broken down in the body the same way. The metabolites are exactly the same.