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Allegic Reaction to Vicodin

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,578
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:22 AM in Pain Medications
I broke out in a terrible rash over a large portion of my body that itched like crazy. I went and seen my doc today and she took me off the vicodin and wanted to put me on percocet but I don't tolerate percocet either (nausea and vomiting). She placed me on 15mg of morphine. So far so good, I needed something stronger than the vicodin anyway. it was fine during the day but at night it was a real problem sleeping as my pain level elevated while laying bed. I had a PLIF on 18 Aug.


  • give it some time. It might be ER type of morphine and need time to get correct levels in bloodstream. Good luck with it though, hope it offers some relief.
  • Give it some time. When I was put on Morphine, I was told by my PM to give a good 2 weeks before making any assumptions as to whether or not it was working.
    Good luck.

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  • I just woke up a few hours ago and I was able to sleep much better last night on the morphine. In addition, my skin rash/hives has dissipated quite a bit and no longer itches,
  • It sounds like you have solved your problem. Moraphine made me sick at the hospital- I am glad it works for you.

  • :) hi! time released morphine has made a difference in my world. my back pain is now bearable and i am up and about so much more. if it is time released it will take awhile to adjust in your blood stream. if you are on short acting you might consider the other to prevent the ups and downs that comes with short acting meds. good luck and i am glad you are feeling better. it took a bad reaction to lead you to a better med! sometimes bad things happen for a reason. Jenny :)
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