what is a red pill wsith an m on one side and a 60 on the other?

Asked by on May 9th, 2013
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Thanks you to ask this question,here is a simple answer for you.Pill imprint 60 M is Morphine sulfate SR 60 mg. Morphine is used in the treatment of chronic pain; pain and belongs to the drug class narcotic analgesics. Now go on refering to more information as following.

Know more about Morphine sulfate:

Basically, morphine sulfate is a water soluble version of morphine.The brand name is Avinza, MS Contin, MSIR, Oramorph SR, or Roxanol. It is a slow release form of morphine in tablet form. It can be injected which is done all the time in the hospital espically for hospice care or end of life patients. Morphine sulface is a narcotic for the treatment of helping to control severe pain which result from injury,chronic illness or surgery. In addition it is also used to help ease pain and the strain on a heart during a heart attack. However,as same as any other form of morphine it is quite addictive. Shallow Breathing, Confusion, Light Headed, Constipation, Nausea, Vomiting, Stomach Pain, Sleep Problems, Anxiety and Clammy Skin are some of the side effects of Morphine.

Can get you high on morphine sulfate sr?

Yes, you can. However Morphine Sulfate SR is an extended release drug, so you would have to take quite a large amount of it to abuse it. It is also very highly concentrated and can be fatal if large amounts are taken or if it is abused.

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