Pills branded M MS 200 are green, Elliptical /oval, and have been identified as morphine sulfate sustained release 200 mg.
It is provided by Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Morphine is used to treat chronic pain.
Neonatal abstinence syndrome;
Pain, belongs to the drug narcotic analgesic drugs.
Risks cannot be ruled out during pregnancy.
Morphine 200mg is classified as a Schedule 2 controlled substance under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA).
Extended release of morphine sulfate | MS Contin (morphine sulfate) 200mg
Version description: M MS 200
Dose: 200 mg
Availability: prescription only
Drug category: Narcotic painkillers
Category of pregnancy: C – Risks cannot be excluded
National Drug Code (NDC) : 00378-2662
CSA schedule: 2 — High potential for abuse
Labeling machine/vendor: Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Purpose: MS Contin (morphine sulfate) 200mg
The drug is used to relieve severe and persistent pain, such as that caused by cancer.
Morphine belongs to a class of drugs called opioids.
It works in the brain and changes how your body feels and responds to pain.
Use the higher intensity of opioid analgesics (100 mg or more per tablet) only if you take moderate to large amounts of opioid analgesics regularly.
These advantages can lead to overdose (and even death) if not used regularly by people who take opioids.
Before taking morphine, tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are allergic to morphine or other opioid painkillers like codeine;
Or you may have other allergic reactions.
The product may contain inactive ingredients that can cause allergic reactions or other problems.
Contact your pharmacist for more details.
If someone takes an overdose and has serious symptoms, such as fainting or having trouble breathing, give them naloxone (if any) and call 911.
If the person is awake and has no symptoms, call poison control immediately.
Americans can call their local poison control center at 1-800-222-1222.
Canadians can call the provincial Poison Control Center.
Symptoms of overdose may include slow/shallow breathing, slow heartbeat, and coma.