You are being switched to a long-acting opioid because your pain is now considered chronic. MS Contin contains morphine sulfate in a controlled-release form, it releases the morphine slowly over 8-12 hours. Because of this, it is important to swallow these tablets whole -- do not break, crush, or chew MS Contin as this can cause all of the morphine to be released instantly instead of over 8-12 hours as designed.What is MS Cotin and is it strong than Norco?
I am a pharmacy Tech with 5 years expereince and yes MS Cotin is way stronger grug than Norco....MS Cotin contains morphine which is a very strong pain medication. Morphine can be very addictive and talk to the pharmacist carefully before taking it if you have never taken opids before...hope this helpsWhat is MS Cotin and is it strong than Norco?
Yes, it's like a time-released morphine. Check it out on wikipedia.