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MS Contin Precautions

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Taking any prescription medication requires a bit of research. Because it’s so important to use the medication safely, instructions should be read carefully to avoid risks. MS Contin precautions and warnings are spelled out on the prescription label, due its potency and risks. Ms Contin is a  pain medication that is the extended-release version of morphine. It is intended for around-the-clock pain that is moderate to severe in nature. People who use opiate medications recreational risk addiction, overdose and a painful recovery. M.S. Contin can be habit-forming and may interact with other substances. Narcotics depress the central nervous system and can be deadly when combined with alcohol, other opiates, benzodiazepines and other CNS depressants. Because it can lead to dependency, M.S. Contin should not be used by people who have had problems with substance abuse. It could interact with other substances and foods so patients should tell doctors about everything they take including vitamins and supplements.

MS Contin Precautions Should be Taken Very Seriously

M.S. Contin should be used with caution in patients who have a number of conditions including head injury, alcoholism, asthma, other respiratory problems and compromised blood pressure. Allergic reaction is another possible complication to watch for when using opiates. Symptoms can include rash, itching, hives, dizziness, trouble breathing and swelling. M.S. Contin can be a target for recreational use, abuse and illegal diversion. Because of this, it should never be shared and should always be stored in a secure location. It’s important that this drug is taken exactly as intended. Deviating from the prescribed dosage can lead to serious problems including overdose which can be fatal. A physical addiction can also develop and patients who attempt to stop taking M.S. Contin suddenly after a prolonged time can have severe withdrawal symptoms. Detox should never be attempted without the help of medical professionals.

M.S. Contin Dependence and Treatment Options

Waismann Method has been providing the national and international community with top-notch medical opiate detox for almost two decades. Our program is thorough, safe and effective for eliminating opiate physical dependence . Our rapid opiate detox occurs in the safety of a hospital where intravenous medications are given while patients are lightly sedated. This takes less than two hours and cleanses the M.S. Contin from patients’ opiate receptors. Accelerated withdrawal symptoms develop and pass while patients are comfortable under sedation. This is just one of the forms of medical detoxification we offer. Our treatment in individualized and design to meet each patients specific needs.
Our compassionate process allows them to essentially skip a painful withdrawal and move forward with recovery. Patients are medically supervised very closely and their total hospital is usually stay is 2 to 3 days, with an additional few days at our recovery center Domus Retreat.
 
Withdrawal from opiates can be a very stressful, painful and long-term process. If you or someone you love has tried to quit, you are probably aware that the natural detoxification phase can take several weeks if not months. You also know that the cravings post detoxification, can lead people to relapse, even after they’ve endured the withdrawal process. We provide you with a humane and effective treatment that is consider one of the best in  the world to reverse opiate dependence and eliminate cravings.
We will be there for you every step of the way, but the first step has to start from you. Call a Waismann Method ® specialist today at 1-310-205-0808. Ask us about what options we can can offer you, ask any questions you might have and let us help you set an appointment and start an opiate free life..

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