Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020616/001.

Names and composition

"KADIAN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of MORPHINE SULFATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020616/001 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 20MG
020616/002 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 50MG
020616/003 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 100MG
020616/004 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 30MG
020616/005 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 60MG
020616/006 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 80MG
020616/007 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 200MG
020616/008 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 10MG
020616/009 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 40MG
020616/010 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 70MG
020616/011 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 130MG
020616/012 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 150MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
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019516/001 MS CONTIN MORPHINE SULFATE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 30MG
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020616/001 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 20MG
020616/002 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 50MG
020616/003 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 100MG
020616/004 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 30MG
020616/005 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 60MG
020616/006 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 80MG
020616/007 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 200MG
020616/008 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 10MG
020616/009 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 40MG
020616/010 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 70MG
020616/011 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 130MG
020616/012 KADIAN MORPHINE SULFATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 150MG
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Answered questions

I need to find out what this pill is used for Kadian?
The pill is blue Asked by Ophelia Ursini 1 year ago.

KADIAN® Capsules are an extended-release oral formulation of morphine sulfate indicated for the management of moderate to severe pain when a continuous, around-the-clock opioid analgesic is needed for an extended period of time Answered by Arcelia Ledingham 1 year ago.

[from Wikipedia article referenced below] MS Contin® is a time-released formulation of morphine, usually taken every eight hours for chronic pain. It is the brand name for morphine sulfate marketed by Purdue Pharma. It is available in tablet and liquid formulas in doses of 15mg, 30mg, 60mg, 100mg and 200mg. Due to its strength, it is typically prescribed to cancer patients and victims of severe but non-cognitive-damaging trauma. Like its relative cousin OxyContin, MS Contin has been the subject of pharmacy robberies. It is considered particularly dangerous to recreational drug users who are unaware that "contin" is a pharmaceutical industry buzzword for "time-release" or "continuous," because such users are likely to crush and insufflate the pills, which contain a time-release mechanism; insufflation delivers the entire dose of the pill at once instead of gradually, as with the time-release mechanism. This leads to a high rate of overdose among such users. MS Contin is a DEA Schedule II substance in the United States. Alternative formulations made and marketed by other pharmaceutical companies include Ligand's Avinza® and Faulding Laboratories' Kadian®. Answered by Kristopher Mclin 1 year ago.

Kadian is used for moderate to severe pain. It is usually only prescribed to patients with terminal illnesses or chronic pain illnesses. It is a medication that is in the morphine family and is very powerful and long lasting. It is severly habit forming as well. Answered by Donny Moreta 1 year ago.


Kadian recreational use?
I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if... Asked by Vashti Mensick 1 year ago.

I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if it's not useful. Thanks Answered by Gayla Luoma 1 year ago.

I won't tell you how bad it is, but if you have no opiate tolerance, Kadian is not a good "first timer". It's morphine sulfate, and it's very potent. You shouldn’t attempt to crush, break or otherwise dissolve the medication because it causes rapid release of Kadian which can cause a fatal overdose, ESPECIALLY if you have never taken many opiates before. Might want to reconsider, esp with no opiate tolerance. Your friend could be on the hook if something happens to you. Answered by Casie Eitnier 1 year ago.

Kadian 20 Mg Answered by Nilsa Deloera 1 year ago.


Is Kadian covered by medi-cal?
I have fibromyalgia and have read that Kadian is very helpful for the chronic pain but I am on Medi-cal. If they wont cover it I will be unable to get the chance at real relief because I cannot afford insurance. I could really use some useful information, it would be greatly appreciated. Asked by Josiah Miya 1 year ago.

I saw you had no answers, so I did a quick search. It looks like Medi-Cal does cover Kadian. My mother-in-law has Fibromyalgia too, so we are always on the lookout for good drugs to relieve the pain. We are going to look into Kadian for her too. Thanks. "Kadian is the rarely used Brand name for Morphine Sulfate. Rarely used because of the cost for most...but oddly enough...Medi-Cal pays for KADIAN NOT MS GENERIC!!! As my Pain Doc said, the State must have made an excellent 'drug deal' with the makers ..." Answered by Jason Wade 1 year ago.


Whats the difference between MS CONTIN and KADIAN?
Asked by Logan Robateau 1 year ago.

Not much. Kadian is newer and has a better response to chronic pain, but they are both extended release morphine tablets. Answered by Adelia Conkrite 1 year ago.

There is a MAJOR difference between KADIAN and MS-CONTIN that no one has noted. KADIAN can be taken once daily. MS-CONTIN is taken every 12 hours (some people are dosed every 8 hours). MS-CONTIN, like its cousin OXYCONTIN, are long-acting opiates; but their maximum duration of effect is `12 hours. KADIAN is effective for 24 hours. Answered by Taisha Leingang 1 year ago.

MS Contin is morphine sulfate in a 12 hour time relase kind. Oxycontin is Oxycodone in a 12 hour time launch kind. Oxycodone is the comparable drugs it quite is in Percocet, the oxycontin is in simple terms organic oxycodone without the tylenol. I take oxycontin for continual pelvic discomfort, and it quite works o.k. alongside with Oxy IR (organic oxycodone in an immedaite launch formula) for bounce forward discomfort. In potential the morphine is the greater of the two. Oxycodone is in simple terms basically a splash greater than what's on your Vicodin. As a continual discomfort affected person, i could pass such as your doctpr's suggestion, yet perhaps ask him in case you may attempt Oxycontin first because of fact the morphine is greater and attempting the oxy first could leave you the alternative of attempting the morphine afterward if the oxy did no longer artwork. Answered by Leona Nyulassy 1 year ago.

Kadian is morphine sulfate extend tabs, and MS contin contains morphine not an extentab. . Answered by Omega Harnage 1 year ago.

And there you have your answer, right above me. And a good one, too! Thanks! Answered by Maria Gershey 1 year ago.


What is your experience with extended-release morphine medications? Avinza? Kadian?
I am thinking about talking to my doctor about it. Thank you. Please tell me what your experience was mentally (did it make you depressed? stupor?), and physically (weak, sluggish)? Asked by Eartha Auzston 1 year ago.

I currently take MS Contin 30 twice daily and 5 mg of Opana (Oxymorphone) three times daily. I have also taken M-Eslon (Canadian) which is basically equivalent to Avinza, Morphine Sulfate Extended-Release Capsules. I took either 10 mg or 15 mg capsules twice daily. And OXY-IR (oxycodone) 10 mg. Morphine is certainly helpful with pain and the MS Contin is going to be much cheaper than Avinza or Kadian. It is sedating and I already have a hypersomnia sleep disorder so I have been sleeping even more. The other things I dislike about morphine is that I have the most strange and surreal dreams that can be very disturbing- but never scary. And on a few occasions I was not sure if I was dreaming or awake, but that passed after a few days. And I certainly have slower reflexes and I am a bit more clumsy. It is not very noticeable and does not interfere with things but it is there. I also sweat a bit more and my face will flush very easily. But I have extremely fair skin. Answered by Sherika Iveans 1 year ago.

I was on MSContin for several years. It worked great for the pain, but it did make me feel a bit mentally slow, and while on it, I found it harder than usual to get myself up in the mornings. I also found myself needing a couple more hours of sleep a night than I had before, which took me a while to adjust to. It did not depress my mood at all, fortunately. Since then, I've switched to oxycontin, which I find it far less sedating. Still, I was able to return to work and be more or less functional on the MSContin, so I'd consider it a good medicine. Answered by Pearle Asencio 1 year ago.


I'm taking a lot of medications... they just put me on kadian.. can that affect my period being lighter?
Asked by Teressa Didway 1 year ago.

since you are on alot of medications and just now prescribed kadian which I believe is a morphine painkiller can probably do that since the medications can have side effects but most common painkiller side effects is more like headache,nausea,constipation and etc. I suggest that you talk to your doctor about having lighter periods. Sometimes if you are on birth control that can make your periods lighter. It isn't easy to make a diagnosis without a doctor running tests and helps with your concerns and then ease your mind :) Answered by Morgan Vanegas 1 year ago.

that is a ? for doctor, your wasting your time you wont get a more reliable answer on YA than youd get from your dr. Answered by Merrie Ky 1 year ago.


I need to find out what this pill is used for Kadian?
The pill is blue Asked by Kiera Drier 1 year ago.

KADIAN® Capsules are an extended-release oral formulation of morphine sulfate indicated for the management of moderate to severe pain when a continuous, around-the-clock opioid analgesic is needed for an extended period of time Answered by Brant Repetowski 1 year ago.

[from Wikipedia article referenced below] MS Contin® is a time-released formulation of morphine, usually taken every eight hours for chronic pain. It is the brand name for morphine sulfate marketed by Purdue Pharma. It is available in tablet and liquid formulas in doses of 15mg, 30mg, 60mg, 100mg and 200mg. Due to its strength, it is typically prescribed to cancer patients and victims of severe but non-cognitive-damaging trauma. Like its relative cousin OxyContin, MS Contin has been the subject of pharmacy robberies. It is considered particularly dangerous to recreational drug users who are unaware that "contin" is a pharmaceutical industry buzzword for "time-release" or "continuous," because such users are likely to crush and insufflate the pills, which contain a time-release mechanism; insufflation delivers the entire dose of the pill at once instead of gradually, as with the time-release mechanism. This leads to a high rate of overdose among such users. MS Contin is a DEA Schedule II substance in the United States. Alternative formulations made and marketed by other pharmaceutical companies include Ligand's Avinza® and Faulding Laboratories' Kadian®. Answered by Terry Demarco 1 year ago.

Kadian is used for moderate to severe pain. It is usually only prescribed to patients with terminal illnesses or chronic pain illnesses. It is a medication that is in the morphine family and is very powerful and long lasting. It is severly habit forming as well. Answered by Zulma Stradley 1 year ago.


Kadian recreational use?
I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if... Asked by Quiana Kreisher 1 year ago.

I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if it's not useful. Thanks Answered by Marvella Dorman 1 year ago.

I won't tell you how bad it is, but if you have no opiate tolerance, Kadian is not a good "first timer". It's morphine sulfate, and it's very potent. You shouldn’t attempt to crush, break or otherwise dissolve the medication because it causes rapid release of Kadian which can cause a fatal overdose, ESPECIALLY if you have never taken many opiates before. Might want to reconsider, esp with no opiate tolerance. Your friend could be on the hook if something happens to you. Answered by Ken Tait 1 year ago.

Kadian 20 Mg Answered by Luvenia Rijos 1 year ago.


Is Kadian covered by medi-cal?
I have fibromyalgia and have read that Kadian is very helpful for the chronic pain but I am on Medi-cal. If they wont cover it I will be unable to get the chance at real relief because I cannot afford insurance. I could really use some useful information, it would be greatly appreciated. Asked by Elvina Rook 1 year ago.

I saw you had no answers, so I did a quick search. It looks like Medi-Cal does cover Kadian. My mother-in-law has Fibromyalgia too, so we are always on the lookout for good drugs to relieve the pain. We are going to look into Kadian for her too. Thanks. "Kadian is the rarely used Brand name for Morphine Sulfate. Rarely used because of the cost for most...but oddly enough...Medi-Cal pays for KADIAN NOT MS GENERIC!!! As my Pain Doc said, the State must have made an excellent 'drug deal' with the makers ..." Answered by Rosalba Catena 1 year ago.


Whats the difference between MS CONTIN and KADIAN?
Asked by Willena Missildine 1 year ago.

Not much. Kadian is newer and has a better response to chronic pain, but they are both extended release morphine tablets. Answered by Kaitlin Fiddler 1 year ago.

There is a MAJOR difference between KADIAN and MS-CONTIN that no one has noted. KADIAN can be taken once daily. MS-CONTIN is taken every 12 hours (some people are dosed every 8 hours). MS-CONTIN, like its cousin OXYCONTIN, are long-acting opiates; but their maximum duration of effect is `12 hours. KADIAN is effective for 24 hours. Answered by Rebeca Vesper 1 year ago.

MS Contin is morphine sulfate in a 12 hour time relase kind. Oxycontin is Oxycodone in a 12 hour time launch kind. Oxycodone is the comparable drugs it quite is in Percocet, the oxycontin is in simple terms organic oxycodone without the tylenol. I take oxycontin for continual pelvic discomfort, and it quite works o.k. alongside with Oxy IR (organic oxycodone in an immedaite launch formula) for bounce forward discomfort. In potential the morphine is the greater of the two. Oxycodone is in simple terms basically a splash greater than what's on your Vicodin. As a continual discomfort affected person, i could pass such as your doctpr's suggestion, yet perhaps ask him in case you may attempt Oxycontin first because of fact the morphine is greater and attempting the oxy first could leave you the alternative of attempting the morphine afterward if the oxy did no longer artwork. Answered by Gretchen Kaetzel 1 year ago.

Kadian is morphine sulfate extend tabs, and MS contin contains morphine not an extentab. . Answered by Jettie Barbara 1 year ago.

And there you have your answer, right above me. And a good one, too! Thanks! Answered by Hanna Serrato 1 year ago.


What is your experience with extended-release morphine medications? Avinza? Kadian?
I am thinking about talking to my doctor about it. Thank you. Please tell me what your experience was mentally (did it make you depressed? stupor?), and physically (weak, sluggish)? Asked by Antonio Fillhart 1 year ago.

I currently take MS Contin 30 twice daily and 5 mg of Opana (Oxymorphone) three times daily. I have also taken M-Eslon (Canadian) which is basically equivalent to Avinza, Morphine Sulfate Extended-Release Capsules. I took either 10 mg or 15 mg capsules twice daily. And OXY-IR (oxycodone) 10 mg. Morphine is certainly helpful with pain and the MS Contin is going to be much cheaper than Avinza or Kadian. It is sedating and I already have a hypersomnia sleep disorder so I have been sleeping even more. The other things I dislike about morphine is that I have the most strange and surreal dreams that can be very disturbing- but never scary. And on a few occasions I was not sure if I was dreaming or awake, but that passed after a few days. And I certainly have slower reflexes and I am a bit more clumsy. It is not very noticeable and does not interfere with things but it is there. I also sweat a bit more and my face will flush very easily. But I have extremely fair skin. Answered by Zada Valdo 1 year ago.

I was on MSContin for several years. It worked great for the pain, but it did make me feel a bit mentally slow, and while on it, I found it harder than usual to get myself up in the mornings. I also found myself needing a couple more hours of sleep a night than I had before, which took me a while to adjust to. It did not depress my mood at all, fortunately. Since then, I've switched to oxycontin, which I find it far less sedating. Still, I was able to return to work and be more or less functional on the MSContin, so I'd consider it a good medicine. Answered by Bettina Settle 1 year ago.


I'm taking a lot of medications... they just put me on kadian.. can that affect my period being lighter?
Asked by Alice Suddarth 1 year ago.

since you are on alot of medications and just now prescribed kadian which I believe is a morphine painkiller can probably do that since the medications can have side effects but most common painkiller side effects is more like headache,nausea,constipation and etc. I suggest that you talk to your doctor about having lighter periods. Sometimes if you are on birth control that can make your periods lighter. It isn't easy to make a diagnosis without a doctor running tests and helps with your concerns and then ease your mind :) Answered by Drema Belleville 1 year ago.

that is a ? for doctor, your wasting your time you wont get a more reliable answer on YA than youd get from your dr. Answered by Mozelle Ireson 1 year ago.


I need to find out what this pill is used for Kadian?
The pill is blue Asked by Donella Pizano 1 year ago.

KADIAN® Capsules are an extended-release oral formulation of morphine sulfate indicated for the management of moderate to severe pain when a continuous, around-the-clock opioid analgesic is needed for an extended period of time Answered by Carina Forys 1 year ago.

[from Wikipedia article referenced below] MS Contin® is a time-released formulation of morphine, usually taken every eight hours for chronic pain. It is the brand name for morphine sulfate marketed by Purdue Pharma. It is available in tablet and liquid formulas in doses of 15mg, 30mg, 60mg, 100mg and 200mg. Due to its strength, it is typically prescribed to cancer patients and victims of severe but non-cognitive-damaging trauma. Like its relative cousin OxyContin, MS Contin has been the subject of pharmacy robberies. It is considered particularly dangerous to recreational drug users who are unaware that "contin" is a pharmaceutical industry buzzword for "time-release" or "continuous," because such users are likely to crush and insufflate the pills, which contain a time-release mechanism; insufflation delivers the entire dose of the pill at once instead of gradually, as with the time-release mechanism. This leads to a high rate of overdose among such users. MS Contin is a DEA Schedule II substance in the United States. Alternative formulations made and marketed by other pharmaceutical companies include Ligand's Avinza® and Faulding Laboratories' Kadian®. Answered by Debby Heppert 1 year ago.

Kadian is used for moderate to severe pain. It is usually only prescribed to patients with terminal illnesses or chronic pain illnesses. It is a medication that is in the morphine family and is very powerful and long lasting. It is severly habit forming as well. Answered by Bethanie Kaluna 1 year ago.


Kadian recreational use?
I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if... Asked by Shawanna Ciampanella 1 year ago.

I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if it's not useful. Thanks Answered by Geneva Hitchman 1 year ago.

I won't tell you how bad it is, but if you have no opiate tolerance, Kadian is not a good "first timer". It's morphine sulfate, and it's very potent. You shouldn’t attempt to crush, break or otherwise dissolve the medication because it causes rapid release of Kadian which can cause a fatal overdose, ESPECIALLY if you have never taken many opiates before. Might want to reconsider, esp with no opiate tolerance. Your friend could be on the hook if something happens to you. Answered by Stan Ill 1 year ago.

Kadian 20 Mg Answered by Jolyn Lemke 1 year ago.


Is Kadian covered by medi-cal?
I have fibromyalgia and have read that Kadian is very helpful for the chronic pain but I am on Medi-cal. If they wont cover it I will be unable to get the chance at real relief because I cannot afford insurance. I could really use some useful information, it would be greatly appreciated. Asked by Patrina Galimberti 1 year ago.

I saw you had no answers, so I did a quick search. It looks like Medi-Cal does cover Kadian. My mother-in-law has Fibromyalgia too, so we are always on the lookout for good drugs to relieve the pain. We are going to look into Kadian for her too. Thanks. "Kadian is the rarely used Brand name for Morphine Sulfate. Rarely used because of the cost for most...but oddly enough...Medi-Cal pays for KADIAN NOT MS GENERIC!!! As my Pain Doc said, the State must have made an excellent 'drug deal' with the makers ..." Answered by Shawn Lavine 1 year ago.


Whats the difference between MS CONTIN and KADIAN?
Asked by Dagmar Harl 1 year ago.

Not much. Kadian is newer and has a better response to chronic pain, but they are both extended release morphine tablets. Answered by Judi Zemjanis 1 year ago.

There is a MAJOR difference between KADIAN and MS-CONTIN that no one has noted. KADIAN can be taken once daily. MS-CONTIN is taken every 12 hours (some people are dosed every 8 hours). MS-CONTIN, like its cousin OXYCONTIN, are long-acting opiates; but their maximum duration of effect is `12 hours. KADIAN is effective for 24 hours. Answered by Rudy Gockerell 1 year ago.

MS Contin is morphine sulfate in a 12 hour time relase kind. Oxycontin is Oxycodone in a 12 hour time launch kind. Oxycodone is the comparable drugs it quite is in Percocet, the oxycontin is in simple terms organic oxycodone without the tylenol. I take oxycontin for continual pelvic discomfort, and it quite works o.k. alongside with Oxy IR (organic oxycodone in an immedaite launch formula) for bounce forward discomfort. In potential the morphine is the greater of the two. Oxycodone is in simple terms basically a splash greater than what's on your Vicodin. As a continual discomfort affected person, i could pass such as your doctpr's suggestion, yet perhaps ask him in case you may attempt Oxycontin first because of fact the morphine is greater and attempting the oxy first could leave you the alternative of attempting the morphine afterward if the oxy did no longer artwork. Answered by Loan Delmore 1 year ago.

Kadian is morphine sulfate extend tabs, and MS contin contains morphine not an extentab. . Answered by Deena Pantojz 1 year ago.

And there you have your answer, right above me. And a good one, too! Thanks! Answered by Branda Lieser 1 year ago.


What is your experience with extended-release morphine medications? Avinza? Kadian?
I am thinking about talking to my doctor about it. Thank you. Please tell me what your experience was mentally (did it make you depressed? stupor?), and physically (weak, sluggish)? Asked by Verlene Wolfley 1 year ago.

I currently take MS Contin 30 twice daily and 5 mg of Opana (Oxymorphone) three times daily. I have also taken M-Eslon (Canadian) which is basically equivalent to Avinza, Morphine Sulfate Extended-Release Capsules. I took either 10 mg or 15 mg capsules twice daily. And OXY-IR (oxycodone) 10 mg. Morphine is certainly helpful with pain and the MS Contin is going to be much cheaper than Avinza or Kadian. It is sedating and I already have a hypersomnia sleep disorder so I have been sleeping even more. The other things I dislike about morphine is that I have the most strange and surreal dreams that can be very disturbing- but never scary. And on a few occasions I was not sure if I was dreaming or awake, but that passed after a few days. And I certainly have slower reflexes and I am a bit more clumsy. It is not very noticeable and does not interfere with things but it is there. I also sweat a bit more and my face will flush very easily. But I have extremely fair skin. Answered by Veta Gedeon 1 year ago.

I was on MSContin for several years. It worked great for the pain, but it did make me feel a bit mentally slow, and while on it, I found it harder than usual to get myself up in the mornings. I also found myself needing a couple more hours of sleep a night than I had before, which took me a while to adjust to. It did not depress my mood at all, fortunately. Since then, I've switched to oxycontin, which I find it far less sedating. Still, I was able to return to work and be more or less functional on the MSContin, so I'd consider it a good medicine. Answered by Devin Lawrance 1 year ago.


I'm taking a lot of medications... they just put me on kadian.. can that affect my period being lighter?
Asked by Jerald Mentkowski 1 year ago.

since you are on alot of medications and just now prescribed kadian which I believe is a morphine painkiller can probably do that since the medications can have side effects but most common painkiller side effects is more like headache,nausea,constipation and etc. I suggest that you talk to your doctor about having lighter periods. Sometimes if you are on birth control that can make your periods lighter. It isn't easy to make a diagnosis without a doctor running tests and helps with your concerns and then ease your mind :) Answered by Henry Schlarb 1 year ago.

that is a ? for doctor, your wasting your time you wont get a more reliable answer on YA than youd get from your dr. Answered by Curt Harren 1 year ago.


I need to find out what this pill is used for Kadian?
The pill is blue Asked by Jeremiah Yellen 1 year ago.

KADIAN® Capsules are an extended-release oral formulation of morphine sulfate indicated for the management of moderate to severe pain when a continuous, around-the-clock opioid analgesic is needed for an extended period of time Answered by Johnnie Hull 1 year ago.

[from Wikipedia article referenced below] MS Contin® is a time-released formulation of morphine, usually taken every eight hours for chronic pain. It is the brand name for morphine sulfate marketed by Purdue Pharma. It is available in tablet and liquid formulas in doses of 15mg, 30mg, 60mg, 100mg and 200mg. Due to its strength, it is typically prescribed to cancer patients and victims of severe but non-cognitive-damaging trauma. Like its relative cousin OxyContin, MS Contin has been the subject of pharmacy robberies. It is considered particularly dangerous to recreational drug users who are unaware that "contin" is a pharmaceutical industry buzzword for "time-release" or "continuous," because such users are likely to crush and insufflate the pills, which contain a time-release mechanism; insufflation delivers the entire dose of the pill at once instead of gradually, as with the time-release mechanism. This leads to a high rate of overdose among such users. MS Contin is a DEA Schedule II substance in the United States. Alternative formulations made and marketed by other pharmaceutical companies include Ligand's Avinza® and Faulding Laboratories' Kadian®. Answered by Emanuel Obrein 1 year ago.

Kadian is used for moderate to severe pain. It is usually only prescribed to patients with terminal illnesses or chronic pain illnesses. It is a medication that is in the morphine family and is very powerful and long lasting. It is severly habit forming as well. Answered by Sidney Misasi 1 year ago.


Kadian recreational use?
I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if... Asked by Lon Vargo 1 year ago.

I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if it's not useful. Thanks Answered by Gerardo Cotterman 1 year ago.

I won't tell you how bad it is, but if you have no opiate tolerance, Kadian is not a good "first timer". It's morphine sulfate, and it's very potent. You shouldn’t attempt to crush, break or otherwise dissolve the medication because it causes rapid release of Kadian which can cause a fatal overdose, ESPECIALLY if you have never taken many opiates before. Might want to reconsider, esp with no opiate tolerance. Your friend could be on the hook if something happens to you. Answered by Julene Morrissey 1 year ago.

Kadian 20 Mg Answered by Edmond Shibi 1 year ago.


Is Kadian covered by medi-cal?
I have fibromyalgia and have read that Kadian is very helpful for the chronic pain but I am on Medi-cal. If they wont cover it I will be unable to get the chance at real relief because I cannot afford insurance. I could really use some useful information, it would be greatly appreciated. Asked by Bertie Rohm 1 year ago.

I saw you had no answers, so I did a quick search. It looks like Medi-Cal does cover Kadian. My mother-in-law has Fibromyalgia too, so we are always on the lookout for good drugs to relieve the pain. We are going to look into Kadian for her too. Thanks. "Kadian is the rarely used Brand name for Morphine Sulfate. Rarely used because of the cost for most...but oddly enough...Medi-Cal pays for KADIAN NOT MS GENERIC!!! As my Pain Doc said, the State must have made an excellent 'drug deal' with the makers ..." Answered by Elidia Komorowski 1 year ago.


Whats the difference between MS CONTIN and KADIAN?
Asked by Branden Rockenbaugh 1 year ago.

Not much. Kadian is newer and has a better response to chronic pain, but they are both extended release morphine tablets. Answered by Russel Sendejo 1 year ago.

There is a MAJOR difference between KADIAN and MS-CONTIN that no one has noted. KADIAN can be taken once daily. MS-CONTIN is taken every 12 hours (some people are dosed every 8 hours). MS-CONTIN, like its cousin OXYCONTIN, are long-acting opiates; but their maximum duration of effect is `12 hours. KADIAN is effective for 24 hours. Answered by Gladys Chavayda 1 year ago.

MS Contin is morphine sulfate in a 12 hour time relase kind. Oxycontin is Oxycodone in a 12 hour time launch kind. Oxycodone is the comparable drugs it quite is in Percocet, the oxycontin is in simple terms organic oxycodone without the tylenol. I take oxycontin for continual pelvic discomfort, and it quite works o.k. alongside with Oxy IR (organic oxycodone in an immedaite launch formula) for bounce forward discomfort. In potential the morphine is the greater of the two. Oxycodone is in simple terms basically a splash greater than what's on your Vicodin. As a continual discomfort affected person, i could pass such as your doctpr's suggestion, yet perhaps ask him in case you may attempt Oxycontin first because of fact the morphine is greater and attempting the oxy first could leave you the alternative of attempting the morphine afterward if the oxy did no longer artwork. Answered by Elaina Mulherin 1 year ago.

Kadian is morphine sulfate extend tabs, and MS contin contains morphine not an extentab. . Answered by Reta Thaden 1 year ago.

And there you have your answer, right above me. And a good one, too! Thanks! Answered by Yuriko Korff 1 year ago.


What is your experience with extended-release morphine medications? Avinza? Kadian?
I am thinking about talking to my doctor about it. Thank you. Please tell me what your experience was mentally (did it make you depressed? stupor?), and physically (weak, sluggish)? Asked by Laurine Barnscater 1 year ago.

I currently take MS Contin 30 twice daily and 5 mg of Opana (Oxymorphone) three times daily. I have also taken M-Eslon (Canadian) which is basically equivalent to Avinza, Morphine Sulfate Extended-Release Capsules. I took either 10 mg or 15 mg capsules twice daily. And OXY-IR (oxycodone) 10 mg. Morphine is certainly helpful with pain and the MS Contin is going to be much cheaper than Avinza or Kadian. It is sedating and I already have a hypersomnia sleep disorder so I have been sleeping even more. The other things I dislike about morphine is that I have the most strange and surreal dreams that can be very disturbing- but never scary. And on a few occasions I was not sure if I was dreaming or awake, but that passed after a few days. And I certainly have slower reflexes and I am a bit more clumsy. It is not very noticeable and does not interfere with things but it is there. I also sweat a bit more and my face will flush very easily. But I have extremely fair skin. Answered by Tayna Clukies 1 year ago.

I was on MSContin for several years. It worked great for the pain, but it did make me feel a bit mentally slow, and while on it, I found it harder than usual to get myself up in the mornings. I also found myself needing a couple more hours of sleep a night than I had before, which took me a while to adjust to. It did not depress my mood at all, fortunately. Since then, I've switched to oxycontin, which I find it far less sedating. Still, I was able to return to work and be more or less functional on the MSContin, so I'd consider it a good medicine. Answered by Tiffanie Doemelt 1 year ago.


I'm taking a lot of medications... they just put me on kadian.. can that affect my period being lighter?
Asked by Ha Kevern 1 year ago.

since you are on alot of medications and just now prescribed kadian which I believe is a morphine painkiller can probably do that since the medications can have side effects but most common painkiller side effects is more like headache,nausea,constipation and etc. I suggest that you talk to your doctor about having lighter periods. Sometimes if you are on birth control that can make your periods lighter. It isn't easy to make a diagnosis without a doctor running tests and helps with your concerns and then ease your mind :) Answered by Cherise Holk 1 year ago.

that is a ? for doctor, your wasting your time you wont get a more reliable answer on YA than youd get from your dr. Answered by Vashti Pardue 1 year ago.


I need to find out what this pill is used for Kadian?
The pill is blue Asked by Dusty Destine 1 year ago.

KADIAN® Capsules are an extended-release oral formulation of morphine sulfate indicated for the management of moderate to severe pain when a continuous, around-the-clock opioid analgesic is needed for an extended period of time Answered by Inger Mellis 1 year ago.

[from Wikipedia article referenced below] MS Contin® is a time-released formulation of morphine, usually taken every eight hours for chronic pain. It is the brand name for morphine sulfate marketed by Purdue Pharma. It is available in tablet and liquid formulas in doses of 15mg, 30mg, 60mg, 100mg and 200mg. Due to its strength, it is typically prescribed to cancer patients and victims of severe but non-cognitive-damaging trauma. Like its relative cousin OxyContin, MS Contin has been the subject of pharmacy robberies. It is considered particularly dangerous to recreational drug users who are unaware that "contin" is a pharmaceutical industry buzzword for "time-release" or "continuous," because such users are likely to crush and insufflate the pills, which contain a time-release mechanism; insufflation delivers the entire dose of the pill at once instead of gradually, as with the time-release mechanism. This leads to a high rate of overdose among such users. MS Contin is a DEA Schedule II substance in the United States. Alternative formulations made and marketed by other pharmaceutical companies include Ligand's Avinza® and Faulding Laboratories' Kadian®. Answered by Ken Lenters 1 year ago.

Kadian is used for moderate to severe pain. It is usually only prescribed to patients with terminal illnesses or chronic pain illnesses. It is a medication that is in the morphine family and is very powerful and long lasting. It is severly habit forming as well. Answered by Willene Benasher 1 year ago.


Kadian recreational use?
I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if... Asked by Cecil Tinnel 1 year ago.

I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if it's not useful. Thanks Answered by Monte Conary 1 year ago.

I won't tell you how bad it is, but if you have no opiate tolerance, Kadian is not a good "first timer". It's morphine sulfate, and it's very potent. You shouldn’t attempt to crush, break or otherwise dissolve the medication because it causes rapid release of Kadian which can cause a fatal overdose, ESPECIALLY if you have never taken many opiates before. Might want to reconsider, esp with no opiate tolerance. Your friend could be on the hook if something happens to you. Answered by Pok Luebano 1 year ago.

Kadian 20 Mg Answered by Nelly Capponi 1 year ago.


Is Kadian covered by medi-cal?
I have fibromyalgia and have read that Kadian is very helpful for the chronic pain but I am on Medi-cal. If they wont cover it I will be unable to get the chance at real relief because I cannot afford insurance. I could really use some useful information, it would be greatly appreciated. Asked by Gidget Boekelman 1 year ago.

I saw you had no answers, so I did a quick search. It looks like Medi-Cal does cover Kadian. My mother-in-law has Fibromyalgia too, so we are always on the lookout for good drugs to relieve the pain. We are going to look into Kadian for her too. Thanks. "Kadian is the rarely used Brand name for Morphine Sulfate. Rarely used because of the cost for most...but oddly enough...Medi-Cal pays for KADIAN NOT MS GENERIC!!! As my Pain Doc said, the State must have made an excellent 'drug deal' with the makers ..." Answered by Foster Forde 1 year ago.


Whats the difference between MS CONTIN and KADIAN?
Asked by Dung Stolarski 1 year ago.

Not much. Kadian is newer and has a better response to chronic pain, but they are both extended release morphine tablets. Answered by Vivian Dibona 1 year ago.

There is a MAJOR difference between KADIAN and MS-CONTIN that no one has noted. KADIAN can be taken once daily. MS-CONTIN is taken every 12 hours (some people are dosed every 8 hours). MS-CONTIN, like its cousin OXYCONTIN, are long-acting opiates; but their maximum duration of effect is `12 hours. KADIAN is effective for 24 hours. Answered by Niki Urion 1 year ago.

MS Contin is morphine sulfate in a 12 hour time relase kind. Oxycontin is Oxycodone in a 12 hour time launch kind. Oxycodone is the comparable drugs it quite is in Percocet, the oxycontin is in simple terms organic oxycodone without the tylenol. I take oxycontin for continual pelvic discomfort, and it quite works o.k. alongside with Oxy IR (organic oxycodone in an immedaite launch formula) for bounce forward discomfort. In potential the morphine is the greater of the two. Oxycodone is in simple terms basically a splash greater than what's on your Vicodin. As a continual discomfort affected person, i could pass such as your doctpr's suggestion, yet perhaps ask him in case you may attempt Oxycontin first because of fact the morphine is greater and attempting the oxy first could leave you the alternative of attempting the morphine afterward if the oxy did no longer artwork. Answered by Chantel Peace 1 year ago.

Kadian is morphine sulfate extend tabs, and MS contin contains morphine not an extentab. . Answered by Ami Hevrin 1 year ago.

And there you have your answer, right above me. And a good one, too! Thanks! Answered by Harold Louder 1 year ago.


What is your experience with extended-release morphine medications? Avinza? Kadian?
I am thinking about talking to my doctor about it. Thank you. Please tell me what your experience was mentally (did it make you depressed? stupor?), and physically (weak, sluggish)? Asked by Bart Hagopian 1 year ago.

I currently take MS Contin 30 twice daily and 5 mg of Opana (Oxymorphone) three times daily. I have also taken M-Eslon (Canadian) which is basically equivalent to Avinza, Morphine Sulfate Extended-Release Capsules. I took either 10 mg or 15 mg capsules twice daily. And OXY-IR (oxycodone) 10 mg. Morphine is certainly helpful with pain and the MS Contin is going to be much cheaper than Avinza or Kadian. It is sedating and I already have a hypersomnia sleep disorder so I have been sleeping even more. The other things I dislike about morphine is that I have the most strange and surreal dreams that can be very disturbing- but never scary. And on a few occasions I was not sure if I was dreaming or awake, but that passed after a few days. And I certainly have slower reflexes and I am a bit more clumsy. It is not very noticeable and does not interfere with things but it is there. I also sweat a bit more and my face will flush very easily. But I have extremely fair skin. Answered by Gema Santisteban 1 year ago.

I was on MSContin for several years. It worked great for the pain, but it did make me feel a bit mentally slow, and while on it, I found it harder than usual to get myself up in the mornings. I also found myself needing a couple more hours of sleep a night than I had before, which took me a while to adjust to. It did not depress my mood at all, fortunately. Since then, I've switched to oxycontin, which I find it far less sedating. Still, I was able to return to work and be more or less functional on the MSContin, so I'd consider it a good medicine. Answered by Cleta Hindbaugh 1 year ago.


I'm taking a lot of medications... they just put me on kadian.. can that affect my period being lighter?
Asked by Gary Esteves 1 year ago.

since you are on alot of medications and just now prescribed kadian which I believe is a morphine painkiller can probably do that since the medications can have side effects but most common painkiller side effects is more like headache,nausea,constipation and etc. I suggest that you talk to your doctor about having lighter periods. Sometimes if you are on birth control that can make your periods lighter. It isn't easy to make a diagnosis without a doctor running tests and helps with your concerns and then ease your mind :) Answered by Dana Bobet 1 year ago.

that is a ? for doctor, your wasting your time you wont get a more reliable answer on YA than youd get from your dr. Answered by Keith Dolsen 1 year ago.


I need to find out what this pill is used for Kadian?
The pill is blue Asked by Na Alwang 1 year ago.

KADIAN® Capsules are an extended-release oral formulation of morphine sulfate indicated for the management of moderate to severe pain when a continuous, around-the-clock opioid analgesic is needed for an extended period of time Answered by Glynda Maloy 1 year ago.

[from Wikipedia article referenced below] MS Contin® is a time-released formulation of morphine, usually taken every eight hours for chronic pain. It is the brand name for morphine sulfate marketed by Purdue Pharma. It is available in tablet and liquid formulas in doses of 15mg, 30mg, 60mg, 100mg and 200mg. Due to its strength, it is typically prescribed to cancer patients and victims of severe but non-cognitive-damaging trauma. Like its relative cousin OxyContin, MS Contin has been the subject of pharmacy robberies. It is considered particularly dangerous to recreational drug users who are unaware that "contin" is a pharmaceutical industry buzzword for "time-release" or "continuous," because such users are likely to crush and insufflate the pills, which contain a time-release mechanism; insufflation delivers the entire dose of the pill at once instead of gradually, as with the time-release mechanism. This leads to a high rate of overdose among such users. MS Contin is a DEA Schedule II substance in the United States. Alternative formulations made and marketed by other pharmaceutical companies include Ligand's Avinza® and Faulding Laboratories' Kadian®. Answered by Berneice Rebeiro 1 year ago.

Kadian is used for moderate to severe pain. It is usually only prescribed to patients with terminal illnesses or chronic pain illnesses. It is a medication that is in the morphine family and is very powerful and long lasting. It is severly habit forming as well. Answered by Reta Sharp 1 year ago.


Kadian recreational use?
I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if... Asked by Jerlene Gudino 1 year ago.

I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if it's not useful. Thanks Answered by Laurence Leneave 1 year ago.

I won't tell you how bad it is, but if you have no opiate tolerance, Kadian is not a good "first timer". It's morphine sulfate, and it's very potent. You shouldn’t attempt to crush, break or otherwise dissolve the medication because it causes rapid release of Kadian which can cause a fatal overdose, ESPECIALLY if you have never taken many opiates before. Might want to reconsider, esp with no opiate tolerance. Your friend could be on the hook if something happens to you. Answered by Aubrey Stdenis 1 year ago.

Kadian 20 Mg Answered by Yanira Clyman 1 year ago.


Is Kadian covered by medi-cal?
I have fibromyalgia and have read that Kadian is very helpful for the chronic pain but I am on Medi-cal. If they wont cover it I will be unable to get the chance at real relief because I cannot afford insurance. I could really use some useful information, it would be greatly appreciated. Asked by Elsy Gillispie 1 year ago.

I saw you had no answers, so I did a quick search. It looks like Medi-Cal does cover Kadian. My mother-in-law has Fibromyalgia too, so we are always on the lookout for good drugs to relieve the pain. We are going to look into Kadian for her too. Thanks. "Kadian is the rarely used Brand name for Morphine Sulfate. Rarely used because of the cost for most...but oddly enough...Medi-Cal pays for KADIAN NOT MS GENERIC!!! As my Pain Doc said, the State must have made an excellent 'drug deal' with the makers ..." Answered by Phung Pritzker 1 year ago.


Whats the difference between MS CONTIN and KADIAN?
Asked by Rodger Beerly 1 year ago.

Not much. Kadian is newer and has a better response to chronic pain, but they are both extended release morphine tablets. Answered by Pilar Ellingwood 1 year ago.

There is a MAJOR difference between KADIAN and MS-CONTIN that no one has noted. KADIAN can be taken once daily. MS-CONTIN is taken every 12 hours (some people are dosed every 8 hours). MS-CONTIN, like its cousin OXYCONTIN, are long-acting opiates; but their maximum duration of effect is `12 hours. KADIAN is effective for 24 hours. Answered by Hershel Semon 1 year ago.

MS Contin is morphine sulfate in a 12 hour time relase kind. Oxycontin is Oxycodone in a 12 hour time launch kind. Oxycodone is the comparable drugs it quite is in Percocet, the oxycontin is in simple terms organic oxycodone without the tylenol. I take oxycontin for continual pelvic discomfort, and it quite works o.k. alongside with Oxy IR (organic oxycodone in an immedaite launch formula) for bounce forward discomfort. In potential the morphine is the greater of the two. Oxycodone is in simple terms basically a splash greater than what's on your Vicodin. As a continual discomfort affected person, i could pass such as your doctpr's suggestion, yet perhaps ask him in case you may attempt Oxycontin first because of fact the morphine is greater and attempting the oxy first could leave you the alternative of attempting the morphine afterward if the oxy did no longer artwork. Answered by Desiree Swearinger 1 year ago.

Kadian is morphine sulfate extend tabs, and MS contin contains morphine not an extentab. . Answered by Gregorio Stonebrook 1 year ago.

And there you have your answer, right above me. And a good one, too! Thanks! Answered by Carly Freudenburg 1 year ago.


What is your experience with extended-release morphine medications? Avinza? Kadian?
I am thinking about talking to my doctor about it. Thank you. Please tell me what your experience was mentally (did it make you depressed? stupor?), and physically (weak, sluggish)? Asked by Tashia Okon 1 year ago.

I currently take MS Contin 30 twice daily and 5 mg of Opana (Oxymorphone) three times daily. I have also taken M-Eslon (Canadian) which is basically equivalent to Avinza, Morphine Sulfate Extended-Release Capsules. I took either 10 mg or 15 mg capsules twice daily. And OXY-IR (oxycodone) 10 mg. Morphine is certainly helpful with pain and the MS Contin is going to be much cheaper than Avinza or Kadian. It is sedating and I already have a hypersomnia sleep disorder so I have been sleeping even more. The other things I dislike about morphine is that I have the most strange and surreal dreams that can be very disturbing- but never scary. And on a few occasions I was not sure if I was dreaming or awake, but that passed after a few days. And I certainly have slower reflexes and I am a bit more clumsy. It is not very noticeable and does not interfere with things but it is there. I also sweat a bit more and my face will flush very easily. But I have extremely fair skin. Answered by Grazyna Parriera 1 year ago.

I was on MSContin for several years. It worked great for the pain, but it did make me feel a bit mentally slow, and while on it, I found it harder than usual to get myself up in the mornings. I also found myself needing a couple more hours of sleep a night than I had before, which took me a while to adjust to. It did not depress my mood at all, fortunately. Since then, I've switched to oxycontin, which I find it far less sedating. Still, I was able to return to work and be more or less functional on the MSContin, so I'd consider it a good medicine. Answered by Noma Tinstman 1 year ago.


I'm taking a lot of medications... they just put me on kadian.. can that affect my period being lighter?
Asked by Harley Nanton 1 year ago.

since you are on alot of medications and just now prescribed kadian which I believe is a morphine painkiller can probably do that since the medications can have side effects but most common painkiller side effects is more like headache,nausea,constipation and etc. I suggest that you talk to your doctor about having lighter periods. Sometimes if you are on birth control that can make your periods lighter. It isn't easy to make a diagnosis without a doctor running tests and helps with your concerns and then ease your mind :) Answered by Blake Avona 1 year ago.

that is a ? for doctor, your wasting your time you wont get a more reliable answer on YA than youd get from your dr. Answered by Rosella Evenstad 1 year ago.


I need to find out what this pill is used for Kadian?
The pill is blue Asked by Caitlin Arkontaky 1 year ago.

KADIAN® Capsules are an extended-release oral formulation of morphine sulfate indicated for the management of moderate to severe pain when a continuous, around-the-clock opioid analgesic is needed for an extended period of time Answered by Valencia Freguson 1 year ago.

[from Wikipedia article referenced below] MS Contin® is a time-released formulation of morphine, usually taken every eight hours for chronic pain. It is the brand name for morphine sulfate marketed by Purdue Pharma. It is available in tablet and liquid formulas in doses of 15mg, 30mg, 60mg, 100mg and 200mg. Due to its strength, it is typically prescribed to cancer patients and victims of severe but non-cognitive-damaging trauma. Like its relative cousin OxyContin, MS Contin has been the subject of pharmacy robberies. It is considered particularly dangerous to recreational drug users who are unaware that "contin" is a pharmaceutical industry buzzword for "time-release" or "continuous," because such users are likely to crush and insufflate the pills, which contain a time-release mechanism; insufflation delivers the entire dose of the pill at once instead of gradually, as with the time-release mechanism. This leads to a high rate of overdose among such users. MS Contin is a DEA Schedule II substance in the United States. Alternative formulations made and marketed by other pharmaceutical companies include Ligand's Avinza® and Faulding Laboratories' Kadian®. Answered by Laurel Armocida 1 year ago.

Kadian is used for moderate to severe pain. It is usually only prescribed to patients with terminal illnesses or chronic pain illnesses. It is a medication that is in the morphine family and is very powerful and long lasting. It is severly habit forming as well. Answered by Myong Vansteenburg 1 year ago.


Kadian recreational use?
I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if... Asked by Mellie Lagesse 1 year ago.

I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if it's not useful. Thanks Answered by Gemma Slimko 1 year ago.

I won't tell you how bad it is, but if you have no opiate tolerance, Kadian is not a good "first timer". It's morphine sulfate, and it's very potent. You shouldn’t attempt to crush, break or otherwise dissolve the medication because it causes rapid release of Kadian which can cause a fatal overdose, ESPECIALLY if you have never taken many opiates before. Might want to reconsider, esp with no opiate tolerance. Your friend could be on the hook if something happens to you. Answered by Jerold Daso 1 year ago.

Kadian 20 Mg Answered by Israel Frith 1 year ago.


Is Kadian covered by medi-cal?
I have fibromyalgia and have read that Kadian is very helpful for the chronic pain but I am on Medi-cal. If they wont cover it I will be unable to get the chance at real relief because I cannot afford insurance. I could really use some useful information, it would be greatly appreciated. Asked by Meg Mohrbacher 1 year ago.

I saw you had no answers, so I did a quick search. It looks like Medi-Cal does cover Kadian. My mother-in-law has Fibromyalgia too, so we are always on the lookout for good drugs to relieve the pain. We are going to look into Kadian for her too. Thanks. "Kadian is the rarely used Brand name for Morphine Sulfate. Rarely used because of the cost for most...but oddly enough...Medi-Cal pays for KADIAN NOT MS GENERIC!!! As my Pain Doc said, the State must have made an excellent 'drug deal' with the makers ..." Answered by Yvonne Kuhne 1 year ago.


Whats the difference between MS CONTIN and KADIAN?
Asked by Daine Rzucidlo 1 year ago.

Not much. Kadian is newer and has a better response to chronic pain, but they are both extended release morphine tablets. Answered by Forest Useted 1 year ago.

There is a MAJOR difference between KADIAN and MS-CONTIN that no one has noted. KADIAN can be taken once daily. MS-CONTIN is taken every 12 hours (some people are dosed every 8 hours). MS-CONTIN, like its cousin OXYCONTIN, are long-acting opiates; but their maximum duration of effect is `12 hours. KADIAN is effective for 24 hours. Answered by Susana Enck 1 year ago.

MS Contin is morphine sulfate in a 12 hour time relase kind. Oxycontin is Oxycodone in a 12 hour time launch kind. Oxycodone is the comparable drugs it quite is in Percocet, the oxycontin is in simple terms organic oxycodone without the tylenol. I take oxycontin for continual pelvic discomfort, and it quite works o.k. alongside with Oxy IR (organic oxycodone in an immedaite launch formula) for bounce forward discomfort. In potential the morphine is the greater of the two. Oxycodone is in simple terms basically a splash greater than what's on your Vicodin. As a continual discomfort affected person, i could pass such as your doctpr's suggestion, yet perhaps ask him in case you may attempt Oxycontin first because of fact the morphine is greater and attempting the oxy first could leave you the alternative of attempting the morphine afterward if the oxy did no longer artwork. Answered by Nieves Pohler 1 year ago.

Kadian is morphine sulfate extend tabs, and MS contin contains morphine not an extentab. . Answered by Cordelia Breske 1 year ago.

And there you have your answer, right above me. And a good one, too! Thanks! Answered by Jamel Salzman 1 year ago.


What is your experience with extended-release morphine medications? Avinza? Kadian?
I am thinking about talking to my doctor about it. Thank you. Please tell me what your experience was mentally (did it make you depressed? stupor?), and physically (weak, sluggish)? Asked by Serina Keasey 1 year ago.

I currently take MS Contin 30 twice daily and 5 mg of Opana (Oxymorphone) three times daily. I have also taken M-Eslon (Canadian) which is basically equivalent to Avinza, Morphine Sulfate Extended-Release Capsules. I took either 10 mg or 15 mg capsules twice daily. And OXY-IR (oxycodone) 10 mg. Morphine is certainly helpful with pain and the MS Contin is going to be much cheaper than Avinza or Kadian. It is sedating and I already have a hypersomnia sleep disorder so I have been sleeping even more. The other things I dislike about morphine is that I have the most strange and surreal dreams that can be very disturbing- but never scary. And on a few occasions I was not sure if I was dreaming or awake, but that passed after a few days. And I certainly have slower reflexes and I am a bit more clumsy. It is not very noticeable and does not interfere with things but it is there. I also sweat a bit more and my face will flush very easily. But I have extremely fair skin. Answered by Harold Germain 1 year ago.

I was on MSContin for several years. It worked great for the pain, but it did make me feel a bit mentally slow, and while on it, I found it harder than usual to get myself up in the mornings. I also found myself needing a couple more hours of sleep a night than I had before, which took me a while to adjust to. It did not depress my mood at all, fortunately. Since then, I've switched to oxycontin, which I find it far less sedating. Still, I was able to return to work and be more or less functional on the MSContin, so I'd consider it a good medicine. Answered by Maribeth Burrell 1 year ago.


I'm taking a lot of medications... they just put me on kadian.. can that affect my period being lighter?
Asked by Herbert Dudman 1 year ago.

since you are on alot of medications and just now prescribed kadian which I believe is a morphine painkiller can probably do that since the medications can have side effects but most common painkiller side effects is more like headache,nausea,constipation and etc. I suggest that you talk to your doctor about having lighter periods. Sometimes if you are on birth control that can make your periods lighter. It isn't easy to make a diagnosis without a doctor running tests and helps with your concerns and then ease your mind :) Answered by Arie Gogel 1 year ago.

that is a ? for doctor, your wasting your time you wont get a more reliable answer on YA than youd get from your dr. Answered by Burt Beckor 1 year ago.


I need to find out what this pill is used for Kadian?
The pill is blue Asked by Jenniffer Bodamer 1 year ago.

KADIAN® Capsules are an extended-release oral formulation of morphine sulfate indicated for the management of moderate to severe pain when a continuous, around-the-clock opioid analgesic is needed for an extended period of time Answered by Jeanelle Manago 1 year ago.

[from Wikipedia article referenced below] MS Contin® is a time-released formulation of morphine, usually taken every eight hours for chronic pain. It is the brand name for morphine sulfate marketed by Purdue Pharma. It is available in tablet and liquid formulas in doses of 15mg, 30mg, 60mg, 100mg and 200mg. Due to its strength, it is typically prescribed to cancer patients and victims of severe but non-cognitive-damaging trauma. Like its relative cousin OxyContin, MS Contin has been the subject of pharmacy robberies. It is considered particularly dangerous to recreational drug users who are unaware that "contin" is a pharmaceutical industry buzzword for "time-release" or "continuous," because such users are likely to crush and insufflate the pills, which contain a time-release mechanism; insufflation delivers the entire dose of the pill at once instead of gradually, as with the time-release mechanism. This leads to a high rate of overdose among such users. MS Contin is a DEA Schedule II substance in the United States. Alternative formulations made and marketed by other pharmaceutical companies include Ligand's Avinza® and Faulding Laboratories' Kadian®. Answered by Dorris Cumbaa 1 year ago.

Kadian is used for moderate to severe pain. It is usually only prescribed to patients with terminal illnesses or chronic pain illnesses. It is a medication that is in the morphine family and is very powerful and long lasting. It is severly habit forming as well. Answered by Sueann Armenta 1 year ago.


Kadian recreational use?
I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if... Asked by Rosie Lindberg 1 year ago.

I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if it's not useful. Thanks Answered by Dorris Daskal 1 year ago.

I won't tell you how bad it is, but if you have no opiate tolerance, Kadian is not a good "first timer". It's morphine sulfate, and it's very potent. You shouldn’t attempt to crush, break or otherwise dissolve the medication because it causes rapid release of Kadian which can cause a fatal overdose, ESPECIALLY if you have never taken many opiates before. Might want to reconsider, esp with no opiate tolerance. Your friend could be on the hook if something happens to you. Answered by Reda Mccuistion 1 year ago.

Kadian 20 Mg Answered by Issac Lidtke 1 year ago.


Is Kadian covered by medi-cal?
I have fibromyalgia and have read that Kadian is very helpful for the chronic pain but I am on Medi-cal. If they wont cover it I will be unable to get the chance at real relief because I cannot afford insurance. I could really use some useful information, it would be greatly appreciated. Asked by Lou Saviano 1 year ago.

I saw you had no answers, so I did a quick search. It looks like Medi-Cal does cover Kadian. My mother-in-law has Fibromyalgia too, so we are always on the lookout for good drugs to relieve the pain. We are going to look into Kadian for her too. Thanks. "Kadian is the rarely used Brand name for Morphine Sulfate. Rarely used because of the cost for most...but oddly enough...Medi-Cal pays for KADIAN NOT MS GENERIC!!! As my Pain Doc said, the State must have made an excellent 'drug deal' with the makers ..." Answered by Winston Bideaux 1 year ago.


Whats the difference between MS CONTIN and KADIAN?
Asked by Martina Aluarez 1 year ago.

Not much. Kadian is newer and has a better response to chronic pain, but they are both extended release morphine tablets. Answered by Elvira Schlabs 1 year ago.

There is a MAJOR difference between KADIAN and MS-CONTIN that no one has noted. KADIAN can be taken once daily. MS-CONTIN is taken every 12 hours (some people are dosed every 8 hours). MS-CONTIN, like its cousin OXYCONTIN, are long-acting opiates; but their maximum duration of effect is `12 hours. KADIAN is effective for 24 hours. Answered by Lakenya Baoloy 1 year ago.

MS Contin is morphine sulfate in a 12 hour time relase kind. Oxycontin is Oxycodone in a 12 hour time launch kind. Oxycodone is the comparable drugs it quite is in Percocet, the oxycontin is in simple terms organic oxycodone without the tylenol. I take oxycontin for continual pelvic discomfort, and it quite works o.k. alongside with Oxy IR (organic oxycodone in an immedaite launch formula) for bounce forward discomfort. In potential the morphine is the greater of the two. Oxycodone is in simple terms basically a splash greater than what's on your Vicodin. As a continual discomfort affected person, i could pass such as your doctpr's suggestion, yet perhaps ask him in case you may attempt Oxycontin first because of fact the morphine is greater and attempting the oxy first could leave you the alternative of attempting the morphine afterward if the oxy did no longer artwork. Answered by Scottie Shulick 1 year ago.

Kadian is morphine sulfate extend tabs, and MS contin contains morphine not an extentab. . Answered by Herb Dewiel 1 year ago.

And there you have your answer, right above me. And a good one, too! Thanks! Answered by Lois Atengco 1 year ago.


What is your experience with extended-release morphine medications? Avinza? Kadian?
I am thinking about talking to my doctor about it. Thank you. Please tell me what your experience was mentally (did it make you depressed? stupor?), and physically (weak, sluggish)? Asked by Beatris Seegar 1 year ago.

I currently take MS Contin 30 twice daily and 5 mg of Opana (Oxymorphone) three times daily. I have also taken M-Eslon (Canadian) which is basically equivalent to Avinza, Morphine Sulfate Extended-Release Capsules. I took either 10 mg or 15 mg capsules twice daily. And OXY-IR (oxycodone) 10 mg. Morphine is certainly helpful with pain and the MS Contin is going to be much cheaper than Avinza or Kadian. It is sedating and I already have a hypersomnia sleep disorder so I have been sleeping even more. The other things I dislike about morphine is that I have the most strange and surreal dreams that can be very disturbing- but never scary. And on a few occasions I was not sure if I was dreaming or awake, but that passed after a few days. And I certainly have slower reflexes and I am a bit more clumsy. It is not very noticeable and does not interfere with things but it is there. I also sweat a bit more and my face will flush very easily. But I have extremely fair skin. Answered by Truman Camero 1 year ago.

I was on MSContin for several years. It worked great for the pain, but it did make me feel a bit mentally slow, and while on it, I found it harder than usual to get myself up in the mornings. I also found myself needing a couple more hours of sleep a night than I had before, which took me a while to adjust to. It did not depress my mood at all, fortunately. Since then, I've switched to oxycontin, which I find it far less sedating. Still, I was able to return to work and be more or less functional on the MSContin, so I'd consider it a good medicine. Answered by Zenobia Lenertz 1 year ago.


I'm taking a lot of medications... they just put me on kadian.. can that affect my period being lighter?
Asked by Lindsey Lukavsky 1 year ago.

since you are on alot of medications and just now prescribed kadian which I believe is a morphine painkiller can probably do that since the medications can have side effects but most common painkiller side effects is more like headache,nausea,constipation and etc. I suggest that you talk to your doctor about having lighter periods. Sometimes if you are on birth control that can make your periods lighter. It isn't easy to make a diagnosis without a doctor running tests and helps with your concerns and then ease your mind :) Answered by Dorathy Glady 1 year ago.

that is a ? for doctor, your wasting your time you wont get a more reliable answer on YA than youd get from your dr. Answered by Many Claborn 1 year ago.


I need to find out what this pill is used for Kadian?
The pill is blue Asked by Clifford Thompkins 1 year ago.

KADIAN® Capsules are an extended-release oral formulation of morphine sulfate indicated for the management of moderate to severe pain when a continuous, around-the-clock opioid analgesic is needed for an extended period of time Answered by Arianna Marshman 1 year ago.

[from Wikipedia article referenced below] MS Contin® is a time-released formulation of morphine, usually taken every eight hours for chronic pain. It is the brand name for morphine sulfate marketed by Purdue Pharma. It is available in tablet and liquid formulas in doses of 15mg, 30mg, 60mg, 100mg and 200mg. Due to its strength, it is typically prescribed to cancer patients and victims of severe but non-cognitive-damaging trauma. Like its relative cousin OxyContin, MS Contin has been the subject of pharmacy robberies. It is considered particularly dangerous to recreational drug users who are unaware that "contin" is a pharmaceutical industry buzzword for "time-release" or "continuous," because such users are likely to crush and insufflate the pills, which contain a time-release mechanism; insufflation delivers the entire dose of the pill at once instead of gradually, as with the time-release mechanism. This leads to a high rate of overdose among such users. MS Contin is a DEA Schedule II substance in the United States. Alternative formulations made and marketed by other pharmaceutical companies include Ligand's Avinza® and Faulding Laboratories' Kadian®. Answered by Lucienne Marguardt 1 year ago.

Kadian is used for moderate to severe pain. It is usually only prescribed to patients with terminal illnesses or chronic pain illnesses. It is a medication that is in the morphine family and is very powerful and long lasting. It is severly habit forming as well. Answered by Kathline Niesman 1 year ago.


Kadian recreational use?
I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if... Asked by Anna Dallis 1 year ago.

I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if it's not useful. Thanks Answered by Teresa Lerper 1 year ago.

I won't tell you how bad it is, but if you have no opiate tolerance, Kadian is not a good "first timer". It's morphine sulfate, and it's very potent. You shouldn’t attempt to crush, break or otherwise dissolve the medication because it causes rapid release of Kadian which can cause a fatal overdose, ESPECIALLY if you have never taken many opiates before. Might want to reconsider, esp with no opiate tolerance. Your friend could be on the hook if something happens to you. Answered by Joni Borlace 1 year ago.

Kadian 20 Mg Answered by Dewey Catalanotto 1 year ago.


Is Kadian covered by medi-cal?
I have fibromyalgia and have read that Kadian is very helpful for the chronic pain but I am on Medi-cal. If they wont cover it I will be unable to get the chance at real relief because I cannot afford insurance. I could really use some useful information, it would be greatly appreciated. Asked by Ethelene Galen 1 year ago.

I saw you had no answers, so I did a quick search. It looks like Medi-Cal does cover Kadian. My mother-in-law has Fibromyalgia too, so we are always on the lookout for good drugs to relieve the pain. We are going to look into Kadian for her too. Thanks. "Kadian is the rarely used Brand name for Morphine Sulfate. Rarely used because of the cost for most...but oddly enough...Medi-Cal pays for KADIAN NOT MS GENERIC!!! As my Pain Doc said, the State must have made an excellent 'drug deal' with the makers ..." Answered by Sofia Gervasi 1 year ago.


Whats the difference between MS CONTIN and KADIAN?
Asked by Lai Cockram 1 year ago.

Not much. Kadian is newer and has a better response to chronic pain, but they are both extended release morphine tablets. Answered by Billie Nichter 1 year ago.

There is a MAJOR difference between KADIAN and MS-CONTIN that no one has noted. KADIAN can be taken once daily. MS-CONTIN is taken every 12 hours (some people are dosed every 8 hours). MS-CONTIN, like its cousin OXYCONTIN, are long-acting opiates; but their maximum duration of effect is `12 hours. KADIAN is effective for 24 hours. Answered by Kristan Mahler 1 year ago.

MS Contin is morphine sulfate in a 12 hour time relase kind. Oxycontin is Oxycodone in a 12 hour time launch kind. Oxycodone is the comparable drugs it quite is in Percocet, the oxycontin is in simple terms organic oxycodone without the tylenol. I take oxycontin for continual pelvic discomfort, and it quite works o.k. alongside with Oxy IR (organic oxycodone in an immedaite launch formula) for bounce forward discomfort. In potential the morphine is the greater of the two. Oxycodone is in simple terms basically a splash greater than what's on your Vicodin. As a continual discomfort affected person, i could pass such as your doctpr's suggestion, yet perhaps ask him in case you may attempt Oxycontin first because of fact the morphine is greater and attempting the oxy first could leave you the alternative of attempting the morphine afterward if the oxy did no longer artwork. Answered by Britt Allmon 1 year ago.

Kadian is morphine sulfate extend tabs, and MS contin contains morphine not an extentab. . Answered by Dierdre Dyas 1 year ago.

And there you have your answer, right above me. And a good one, too! Thanks! Answered by Kaye Fossati 1 year ago.


What is your experience with extended-release morphine medications? Avinza? Kadian?
I am thinking about talking to my doctor about it. Thank you. Please tell me what your experience was mentally (did it make you depressed? stupor?), and physically (weak, sluggish)? Asked by Hilton Dick 1 year ago.

I currently take MS Contin 30 twice daily and 5 mg of Opana (Oxymorphone) three times daily. I have also taken M-Eslon (Canadian) which is basically equivalent to Avinza, Morphine Sulfate Extended-Release Capsules. I took either 10 mg or 15 mg capsules twice daily. And OXY-IR (oxycodone) 10 mg. Morphine is certainly helpful with pain and the MS Contin is going to be much cheaper than Avinza or Kadian. It is sedating and I already have a hypersomnia sleep disorder so I have been sleeping even more. The other things I dislike about morphine is that I have the most strange and surreal dreams that can be very disturbing- but never scary. And on a few occasions I was not sure if I was dreaming or awake, but that passed after a few days. And I certainly have slower reflexes and I am a bit more clumsy. It is not very noticeable and does not interfere with things but it is there. I also sweat a bit more and my face will flush very easily. But I have extremely fair skin. Answered by Barbar Caban 1 year ago.

I was on MSContin for several years. It worked great for the pain, but it did make me feel a bit mentally slow, and while on it, I found it harder than usual to get myself up in the mornings. I also found myself needing a couple more hours of sleep a night than I had before, which took me a while to adjust to. It did not depress my mood at all, fortunately. Since then, I've switched to oxycontin, which I find it far less sedating. Still, I was able to return to work and be more or less functional on the MSContin, so I'd consider it a good medicine. Answered by Jacklyn Caldarella 1 year ago.


I'm taking a lot of medications... they just put me on kadian.. can that affect my period being lighter?
Asked by Byron Bossier 1 year ago.

since you are on alot of medications and just now prescribed kadian which I believe is a morphine painkiller can probably do that since the medications can have side effects but most common painkiller side effects is more like headache,nausea,constipation and etc. I suggest that you talk to your doctor about having lighter periods. Sometimes if you are on birth control that can make your periods lighter. It isn't easy to make a diagnosis without a doctor running tests and helps with your concerns and then ease your mind :) Answered by Donte Riebe 1 year ago.

that is a ? for doctor, your wasting your time you wont get a more reliable answer on YA than youd get from your dr. Answered by Marianne Steffler 1 year ago.


I need to find out what this pill is used for Kadian?
The pill is blue Asked by Aaron Olander 1 year ago.

KADIAN® Capsules are an extended-release oral formulation of morphine sulfate indicated for the management of moderate to severe pain when a continuous, around-the-clock opioid analgesic is needed for an extended period of time Answered by Ali Montalbo 1 year ago.

[from Wikipedia article referenced below] MS Contin® is a time-released formulation of morphine, usually taken every eight hours for chronic pain. It is the brand name for morphine sulfate marketed by Purdue Pharma. It is available in tablet and liquid formulas in doses of 15mg, 30mg, 60mg, 100mg and 200mg. Due to its strength, it is typically prescribed to cancer patients and victims of severe but non-cognitive-damaging trauma. Like its relative cousin OxyContin, MS Contin has been the subject of pharmacy robberies. It is considered particularly dangerous to recreational drug users who are unaware that "contin" is a pharmaceutical industry buzzword for "time-release" or "continuous," because such users are likely to crush and insufflate the pills, which contain a time-release mechanism; insufflation delivers the entire dose of the pill at once instead of gradually, as with the time-release mechanism. This leads to a high rate of overdose among such users. MS Contin is a DEA Schedule II substance in the United States. Alternative formulations made and marketed by other pharmaceutical companies include Ligand's Avinza® and Faulding Laboratories' Kadian®. Answered by Sanjuana Arambulo 1 year ago.

Kadian is used for moderate to severe pain. It is usually only prescribed to patients with terminal illnesses or chronic pain illnesses. It is a medication that is in the morphine family and is very powerful and long lasting. It is severly habit forming as well. Answered by Bettie Homchick 1 year ago.


Kadian recreational use?
I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if... Asked by Michal Rainge 1 year ago.

I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if it's not useful. Thanks Answered by Jon Floresca 1 year ago.

I won't tell you how bad it is, but if you have no opiate tolerance, Kadian is not a good "first timer". It's morphine sulfate, and it's very potent. You shouldn’t attempt to crush, break or otherwise dissolve the medication because it causes rapid release of Kadian which can cause a fatal overdose, ESPECIALLY if you have never taken many opiates before. Might want to reconsider, esp with no opiate tolerance. Your friend could be on the hook if something happens to you. Answered by Tory Hoste 1 year ago.

Kadian 20 Mg Answered by Mason Chavies 1 year ago.


Is Kadian covered by medi-cal?
I have fibromyalgia and have read that Kadian is very helpful for the chronic pain but I am on Medi-cal. If they wont cover it I will be unable to get the chance at real relief because I cannot afford insurance. I could really use some useful information, it would be greatly appreciated. Asked by Lang Negrette 1 year ago.

I saw you had no answers, so I did a quick search. It looks like Medi-Cal does cover Kadian. My mother-in-law has Fibromyalgia too, so we are always on the lookout for good drugs to relieve the pain. We are going to look into Kadian for her too. Thanks. "Kadian is the rarely used Brand name for Morphine Sulfate. Rarely used because of the cost for most...but oddly enough...Medi-Cal pays for KADIAN NOT MS GENERIC!!! As my Pain Doc said, the State must have made an excellent 'drug deal' with the makers ..." Answered by Siobhan Kawata 1 year ago.


Whats the difference between MS CONTIN and KADIAN?
Asked by Eric Collymore 1 year ago.

Not much. Kadian is newer and has a better response to chronic pain, but they are both extended release morphine tablets. Answered by Noble Mccaa 1 year ago.

There is a MAJOR difference between KADIAN and MS-CONTIN that no one has noted. KADIAN can be taken once daily. MS-CONTIN is taken every 12 hours (some people are dosed every 8 hours). MS-CONTIN, like its cousin OXYCONTIN, are long-acting opiates; but their maximum duration of effect is `12 hours. KADIAN is effective for 24 hours. Answered by Amanda Avenoso 1 year ago.

MS Contin is morphine sulfate in a 12 hour time relase kind. Oxycontin is Oxycodone in a 12 hour time launch kind. Oxycodone is the comparable drugs it quite is in Percocet, the oxycontin is in simple terms organic oxycodone without the tylenol. I take oxycontin for continual pelvic discomfort, and it quite works o.k. alongside with Oxy IR (organic oxycodone in an immedaite launch formula) for bounce forward discomfort. In potential the morphine is the greater of the two. Oxycodone is in simple terms basically a splash greater than what's on your Vicodin. As a continual discomfort affected person, i could pass such as your doctpr's suggestion, yet perhaps ask him in case you may attempt Oxycontin first because of fact the morphine is greater and attempting the oxy first could leave you the alternative of attempting the morphine afterward if the oxy did no longer artwork. Answered by Daisey Wienke 1 year ago.

Kadian is morphine sulfate extend tabs, and MS contin contains morphine not an extentab. . Answered by Jonna Mucciolo 1 year ago.

And there you have your answer, right above me. And a good one, too! Thanks! Answered by Felipe Freker 1 year ago.


What is your experience with extended-release morphine medications? Avinza? Kadian?
I am thinking about talking to my doctor about it. Thank you. Please tell me what your experience was mentally (did it make you depressed? stupor?), and physically (weak, sluggish)? Asked by Robby Andzulis 1 year ago.

I currently take MS Contin 30 twice daily and 5 mg of Opana (Oxymorphone) three times daily. I have also taken M-Eslon (Canadian) which is basically equivalent to Avinza, Morphine Sulfate Extended-Release Capsules. I took either 10 mg or 15 mg capsules twice daily. And OXY-IR (oxycodone) 10 mg. Morphine is certainly helpful with pain and the MS Contin is going to be much cheaper than Avinza or Kadian. It is sedating and I already have a hypersomnia sleep disorder so I have been sleeping even more. The other things I dislike about morphine is that I have the most strange and surreal dreams that can be very disturbing- but never scary. And on a few occasions I was not sure if I was dreaming or awake, but that passed after a few days. And I certainly have slower reflexes and I am a bit more clumsy. It is not very noticeable and does not interfere with things but it is there. I also sweat a bit more and my face will flush very easily. But I have extremely fair skin. Answered by Mack Carabez 1 year ago.

I was on MSContin for several years. It worked great for the pain, but it did make me feel a bit mentally slow, and while on it, I found it harder than usual to get myself up in the mornings. I also found myself needing a couple more hours of sleep a night than I had before, which took me a while to adjust to. It did not depress my mood at all, fortunately. Since then, I've switched to oxycontin, which I find it far less sedating. Still, I was able to return to work and be more or less functional on the MSContin, so I'd consider it a good medicine. Answered by Zina Forline 1 year ago.


I'm taking a lot of medications... they just put me on kadian.. can that affect my period being lighter?
Asked by Cassy Prondzinski 1 year ago.

since you are on alot of medications and just now prescribed kadian which I believe is a morphine painkiller can probably do that since the medications can have side effects but most common painkiller side effects is more like headache,nausea,constipation and etc. I suggest that you talk to your doctor about having lighter periods. Sometimes if you are on birth control that can make your periods lighter. It isn't easy to make a diagnosis without a doctor running tests and helps with your concerns and then ease your mind :) Answered by Dierdre Battenfield 1 year ago.

that is a ? for doctor, your wasting your time you wont get a more reliable answer on YA than youd get from your dr. Answered by Xiao Eaves 1 year ago.


I need to find out what this pill is used for Kadian?
The pill is blue Asked by Hulda Quesenberry 1 year ago.

KADIAN® Capsules are an extended-release oral formulation of morphine sulfate indicated for the management of moderate to severe pain when a continuous, around-the-clock opioid analgesic is needed for an extended period of time Answered by Siu Pfeister 1 year ago.

[from Wikipedia article referenced below] MS Contin® is a time-released formulation of morphine, usually taken every eight hours for chronic pain. It is the brand name for morphine sulfate marketed by Purdue Pharma. It is available in tablet and liquid formulas in doses of 15mg, 30mg, 60mg, 100mg and 200mg. Due to its strength, it is typically prescribed to cancer patients and victims of severe but non-cognitive-damaging trauma. Like its relative cousin OxyContin, MS Contin has been the subject of pharmacy robberies. It is considered particularly dangerous to recreational drug users who are unaware that "contin" is a pharmaceutical industry buzzword for "time-release" or "continuous," because such users are likely to crush and insufflate the pills, which contain a time-release mechanism; insufflation delivers the entire dose of the pill at once instead of gradually, as with the time-release mechanism. This leads to a high rate of overdose among such users. MS Contin is a DEA Schedule II substance in the United States. Alternative formulations made and marketed by other pharmaceutical companies include Ligand's Avinza® and Faulding Laboratories' Kadian®. Answered by Caroyln Petet 1 year ago.

Kadian is used for moderate to severe pain. It is usually only prescribed to patients with terminal illnesses or chronic pain illnesses. It is a medication that is in the morphine family and is very powerful and long lasting. It is severly habit forming as well. Answered by Wendolyn Krake 1 year ago.


Kadian recreational use?
I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if... Asked by Marline Sambor 1 year ago.

I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if it's not useful. Thanks Answered by Shanel Pollins 1 year ago.

I won't tell you how bad it is, but if you have no opiate tolerance, Kadian is not a good "first timer". It's morphine sulfate, and it's very potent. You shouldn’t attempt to crush, break or otherwise dissolve the medication because it causes rapid release of Kadian which can cause a fatal overdose, ESPECIALLY if you have never taken many opiates before. Might want to reconsider, esp with no opiate tolerance. Your friend could be on the hook if something happens to you. Answered by Drew Spegal 1 year ago.

Kadian 20 Mg Answered by Esmeralda Flipp 1 year ago.


Is Kadian covered by medi-cal?
I have fibromyalgia and have read that Kadian is very helpful for the chronic pain but I am on Medi-cal. If they wont cover it I will be unable to get the chance at real relief because I cannot afford insurance. I could really use some useful information, it would be greatly appreciated. Asked by Huey Smiles 1 year ago.

I saw you had no answers, so I did a quick search. It looks like Medi-Cal does cover Kadian. My mother-in-law has Fibromyalgia too, so we are always on the lookout for good drugs to relieve the pain. We are going to look into Kadian for her too. Thanks. "Kadian is the rarely used Brand name for Morphine Sulfate. Rarely used because of the cost for most...but oddly enough...Medi-Cal pays for KADIAN NOT MS GENERIC!!! As my Pain Doc said, the State must have made an excellent 'drug deal' with the makers ..." Answered by Christeen Rickenbach 1 year ago.


Whats the difference between MS CONTIN and KADIAN?
Asked by Ima Honor 1 year ago.

Not much. Kadian is newer and has a better response to chronic pain, but they are both extended release morphine tablets. Answered by Loni Dangerfield 1 year ago.

There is a MAJOR difference between KADIAN and MS-CONTIN that no one has noted. KADIAN can be taken once daily. MS-CONTIN is taken every 12 hours (some people are dosed every 8 hours). MS-CONTIN, like its cousin OXYCONTIN, are long-acting opiates; but their maximum duration of effect is `12 hours. KADIAN is effective for 24 hours. Answered by Marianne Bageant 1 year ago.

MS Contin is morphine sulfate in a 12 hour time relase kind. Oxycontin is Oxycodone in a 12 hour time launch kind. Oxycodone is the comparable drugs it quite is in Percocet, the oxycontin is in simple terms organic oxycodone without the tylenol. I take oxycontin for continual pelvic discomfort, and it quite works o.k. alongside with Oxy IR (organic oxycodone in an immedaite launch formula) for bounce forward discomfort. In potential the morphine is the greater of the two. Oxycodone is in simple terms basically a splash greater than what's on your Vicodin. As a continual discomfort affected person, i could pass such as your doctpr's suggestion, yet perhaps ask him in case you may attempt Oxycontin first because of fact the morphine is greater and attempting the oxy first could leave you the alternative of attempting the morphine afterward if the oxy did no longer artwork. Answered by Trula Forro 1 year ago.

Kadian is morphine sulfate extend tabs, and MS contin contains morphine not an extentab. . Answered by Vicenta Mercuri 1 year ago.

And there you have your answer, right above me. And a good one, too! Thanks! Answered by Alanna Drungo 1 year ago.


What is your experience with extended-release morphine medications? Avinza? Kadian?
I am thinking about talking to my doctor about it. Thank you. Please tell me what your experience was mentally (did it make you depressed? stupor?), and physically (weak, sluggish)? Asked by Nikole Leaird 1 year ago.

I currently take MS Contin 30 twice daily and 5 mg of Opana (Oxymorphone) three times daily. I have also taken M-Eslon (Canadian) which is basically equivalent to Avinza, Morphine Sulfate Extended-Release Capsules. I took either 10 mg or 15 mg capsules twice daily. And OXY-IR (oxycodone) 10 mg. Morphine is certainly helpful with pain and the MS Contin is going to be much cheaper than Avinza or Kadian. It is sedating and I already have a hypersomnia sleep disorder so I have been sleeping even more. The other things I dislike about morphine is that I have the most strange and surreal dreams that can be very disturbing- but never scary. And on a few occasions I was not sure if I was dreaming or awake, but that passed after a few days. And I certainly have slower reflexes and I am a bit more clumsy. It is not very noticeable and does not interfere with things but it is there. I also sweat a bit more and my face will flush very easily. But I have extremely fair skin. Answered by Suzan Gobin 1 year ago.

I was on MSContin for several years. It worked great for the pain, but it did make me feel a bit mentally slow, and while on it, I found it harder than usual to get myself up in the mornings. I also found myself needing a couple more hours of sleep a night than I had before, which took me a while to adjust to. It did not depress my mood at all, fortunately. Since then, I've switched to oxycontin, which I find it far less sedating. Still, I was able to return to work and be more or less functional on the MSContin, so I'd consider it a good medicine. Answered by Leontine Valazquez 1 year ago.


I'm taking a lot of medications... they just put me on kadian.. can that affect my period being lighter?
Asked by Madalene Bardis 1 year ago.

since you are on alot of medications and just now prescribed kadian which I believe is a morphine painkiller can probably do that since the medications can have side effects but most common painkiller side effects is more like headache,nausea,constipation and etc. I suggest that you talk to your doctor about having lighter periods. Sometimes if you are on birth control that can make your periods lighter. It isn't easy to make a diagnosis without a doctor running tests and helps with your concerns and then ease your mind :) Answered by Lucienne Castiglione 1 year ago.

that is a ? for doctor, your wasting your time you wont get a more reliable answer on YA than youd get from your dr. Answered by Collette Bodovsky 1 year ago.


I need to find out what this pill is used for Kadian?
The pill is blue Asked by Mamie Rella 1 year ago.

KADIAN® Capsules are an extended-release oral formulation of morphine sulfate indicated for the management of moderate to severe pain when a continuous, around-the-clock opioid analgesic is needed for an extended period of time Answered by Towanda Starley 1 year ago.

[from Wikipedia article referenced below] MS Contin® is a time-released formulation of morphine, usually taken every eight hours for chronic pain. It is the brand name for morphine sulfate marketed by Purdue Pharma. It is available in tablet and liquid formulas in doses of 15mg, 30mg, 60mg, 100mg and 200mg. Due to its strength, it is typically prescribed to cancer patients and victims of severe but non-cognitive-damaging trauma. Like its relative cousin OxyContin, MS Contin has been the subject of pharmacy robberies. It is considered particularly dangerous to recreational drug users who are unaware that "contin" is a pharmaceutical industry buzzword for "time-release" or "continuous," because such users are likely to crush and insufflate the pills, which contain a time-release mechanism; insufflation delivers the entire dose of the pill at once instead of gradually, as with the time-release mechanism. This leads to a high rate of overdose among such users. MS Contin is a DEA Schedule II substance in the United States. Alternative formulations made and marketed by other pharmaceutical companies include Ligand's Avinza® and Faulding Laboratories' Kadian®. Answered by Leatha Huro 1 year ago.

Kadian is used for moderate to severe pain. It is usually only prescribed to patients with terminal illnesses or chronic pain illnesses. It is a medication that is in the morphine family and is very powerful and long lasting. It is severly habit forming as well. Answered by Yer Care 1 year ago.


Kadian recreational use?
I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if... Asked by Marleen Pimpare 1 year ago.

I have no opiate tolerance because I don't pop pills very often, my friend is giving me two Kadian 20 mg pills and I want to know how much I should take for euphoria and a nice time lol. And DONT ANSWER THIS QUESTION telling me how bad it is, because I don't care. I'll just delete your answer if it's not useful. Thanks Answered by Enola Uriostejue 1 year ago.

I won't tell you how bad it is, but if you have no opiate tolerance, Kadian is not a good "first timer". It's morphine sulfate, and it's very potent. You shouldn’t attempt to crush, break or otherwise dissolve the medication because it causes rapid release of Kadian which can cause a fatal overdose, ESPECIALLY if you have never taken many opiates before. Might want to reconsider, esp with no opiate tolerance. Your friend could be on the hook if something happens to you. Answered by Edelmira Longsworth 1 year ago.

Kadian 20 Mg Answered by Selma Strimling 1 year ago.


Is Kadian covered by medi-cal?
I have fibromyalgia and have read that Kadian is very helpful for the chronic pain but I am on Medi-cal. If they wont cover it I will be unable to get the chance at real relief because I cannot afford insurance. I could really use some useful information, it would be greatly appreciated. Asked by Stefan Urich 1 year ago.

I saw you had no answers, so I did a quick search. It looks like Medi-Cal does cover Kadian. My mother-in-law has Fibromyalgia too, so we are always on the lookout for good drugs to relieve the pain. We are going to look into Kadian for her too. Thanks. "Kadian is the rarely used Brand name for Morphine Sulfate. Rarely used because of the cost for most...but oddly enough...Medi-Cal pays for KADIAN NOT MS GENERIC!!! As my Pain Doc said, the State must have made an excellent 'drug deal' with the makers ..." Answered by Shirly Saberi 1 year ago.


Whats the difference between MS CONTIN and KADIAN?
Asked by Lavera Updegraff 1 year ago.

Not much. Kadian is newer and has a better response to chronic pain, but they are both extended release morphine tablets. Answered by Daniele Andresen 1 year ago.

There is a MAJOR difference between KADIAN and MS-CONTIN that no one has noted. KADIAN can be taken once daily. MS-CONTIN is taken every 12 hours (some people are dosed every 8 hours). MS-CONTIN, like its cousin OXYCONTIN, are long-acting opiates; but their maximum duration of effect is `12 hours. KADIAN is effective for 24 hours. Answered by Sherryl Gampong 1 year ago.

MS Contin is morphine sulfate in a 12 hour time relase kind. Oxycontin is Oxycodone in a 12 hour time launch kind. Oxycodone is the comparable drugs it quite is in Percocet, the oxycontin is in simple terms organic oxycodone without the tylenol. I take oxycontin for continual pelvic discomfort, and it quite works o.k. alongside with Oxy IR (organic oxycodone in an immedaite launch formula) for bounce forward discomfort. In potential the morphine is the greater of the two. Oxycodone is in simple terms basically a splash greater than what's on your Vicodin. As a continual discomfort affected person, i could pass such as your doctpr's suggestion, yet perhaps ask him in case you may attempt Oxycontin first because of fact the morphine is greater and attempting the oxy first could leave you the alternative of attempting the morphine afterward if the oxy did no longer artwork. Answered by Lulu Mccornack 1 year ago.

Kadian is morphine sulfate extend tabs, and MS contin contains morphine not an extentab. . Answered by Ilona Hovnanian 1 year ago.

And there you have your answer, right above me. And a good one, too! Thanks! Answered by Dodie Beaton 1 year ago.


What is your experience with extended-release morphine medications? Avinza? Kadian?
I am thinking about talking to my doctor about it. Thank you. Please tell me what your experience was mentally (did it make you depressed? stupor?), and physically (weak, sluggish)? Asked by Rashida Alsobrook 1 year ago.

I currently take MS Contin 30 twice daily and 5 mg of Opana (Oxymorphone) three times daily. I have also taken M-Eslon (Canadian) which is basically equivalent to Avinza, Morphine Sulfate Extended-Release Capsules. I took either 10 mg or 15 mg capsules twice daily. And OXY-IR (oxycodone) 10 mg. Morphine is certainly helpful with pain and the MS Contin is going to be much cheaper than Avinza or Kadian. It is sedating and I already have a hypersomnia sleep disorder so I have been sleeping even more. The other things I dislike about morphine is that I have the most strange and surreal dreams that can be very disturbing- but never scary. And on a few occasions I was not sure if I was dreaming or awake, but that passed after a few days. And I certainly have slower reflexes and I am a bit more clumsy. It is not very noticeable and does not interfere with things but it is there. I also sweat a bit more and my face will flush very easily. But I have extremely fair skin. Answered by Jazmine Browning 1 year ago.

I was on MSContin for several years. It worked great for the pain, but it did make me feel a bit mentally slow, and while on it, I found it harder than usual to get myself up in the mornings. I also found myself needing a couple more hours of sleep a night than I had before, which took me a while to adjust to. It did not depress my mood at all, fortunately. Since then, I've switched to oxycontin, which I find it far less sedating. Still, I was able to return to work and be more or less functional on the MSContin, so I'd consider it a good medicine. Answered by Althea Sesco 1 year ago.


I'm taking a lot of medications... they just put me on kadian.. can that affect my period being lighter?
Asked by Lorene Sunniga 1 year ago.

since you are on alot of medications and just now prescribed kadian which I believe is a morphine painkiller can probably do that since the medications can have side effects but most common painkiller side effects is more like headache,nausea,constipation and etc. I suggest that you talk to your doctor about having lighter periods. Sometimes if you are on birth control that can make your periods lighter. It isn't easy to make a diagnosis without a doctor running tests and helps with your concerns and then ease your mind :) Answered by Donya Swantak 1 year ago.

that is a ? for doctor, your wasting your time you wont get a more reliable answer on YA than youd get from your dr. Answered by Maryalice Kowalec 1 year ago.


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