Is it as powerful blocking the pain as they say it is? like your hand can be on fire and you won't feel a thing or what?
that must be awesome, just getting out of your totally destroyed car in an accident with every bone in your body broken, and get injected with morphine(thanks paramedics!), pain disappears....everything is peace....just sleep....dream...fuk life.
now we know why they use it on wounded soldiers in the battlefield.
05-15-2007, 01:07 PM #1
What does morphine feel like? (serious)
05-15-2007, 01:08 PM #2
i had it once at the hospital and it was pretty sweet.
i had a spinal tap headache and i had tried to avoid going to the hospital for 2 days or so and had just had all the lights turned off and my face dug into the couch but then i finally went and they gave me some morphine and it went away thanks to the morphine + painkillers after.
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If you have enough morphine, you will feel like you are sinking into what you are laying or sitting on and then pass out. Otherwise Oxycodone is very similar to the feelings you get on morphine while awake.Right now I’m having amnesia and déjà vu at the same time. I think I’ve forgotten this before. Most of what I say is a joke.
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I had it for my wrist surgery with percocet at the same time. I'll tell you what I wasn't complaining about a thing. I remember when the nurse came in and gave me a shot I was like ohhhhhhhhh shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit right in front of my parents. I kind of just rolled my eyes back in my head and they started talking like I was asleep but I was just chillin.
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About 7-8 years ago I was in a car accident. My head hit the windshield (almost putting a hole through it). The damage was that I was basically scalped from my eyelid to the very top of my forehead. They gave me morphine in the hospital. I could feel some pressure while they were cleaning my wound out (glass) but that was all I could feel. I had a flap of skin and muscle that they would lift up and rinse out with something. I didn't feel any pain at all.
05-15-2007, 01:57 PM #20
I got it when a doctor messed up a lumbar puncture and hurt nerves,i was getting crazy pain all down my left leg,When i get the morphine......Nothing.....No pain,It feels like your floating,your really relaxed,everything is slow and you don't seem to care about anything.For you,
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05-15-2007, 02:06 PM #21
I sea a lot of people here have gotten morphine injections in their limbs, arms, legs, etc. OK we now you don't feel pain anymore and it feels like you are floating, BUT, do you still have strength in that limb when they inject you? or you just feel all sleepy and weak, like when you wake up in the mornings so weak you can't even close your hand to produce a strong fist.
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when i had my lung collapsed they put an IV of morphine in me and the feeling of the cool morphine running through all my veins then the numbness is amazing.
you dont feel anything, its like you have a lifeless body, but thats about it.
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im a regular oxycodone user but i have tried oxymorphone and heroin before and i'd imagine morphine is very similar...... which is very enjoyable. personally, i feel like an enhanced version of myself when im ON opiates (meaning when they are active). once you come down you just feel like sh*t and you just want more.
im trying to cut back, so i've been using 15mg of oxycodone at least 4x a week. dont even get high off them like i used to, if i were to blow 15mg back in the day id be DOPED, 15 or even 30mg for me now is just real life.
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its good stuff. had it once after an op. the shyts better than alcohol.
also, prescription pain killer tablets in general are quite beast, was on 'em for a week and just wanted to sleep the whole time. (in a good way)"Disregard Females, Acquire Aesthetics"
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