At Fri, 20 Sep 2002, DBacken100@aol.com wrote:
>>Don't want to scare you but they are as strong or stronger than morphine.
>>You need to be under a Drs. care to take those. Should you have a
reaction >>to them and any Dr. found out a friend gave them to you, the friend would
be >>in big time trouble. Also they are never given unless you have a
tolerance >>for the other opiates. They are given only after others less strong drugs
>>have been used. Please, please, be careful. I can write out exactly what
>>the drug book says, but basically you can have respiratory arrest if you
have >>no tolerance or the dose is too high. I did have them in the hospital and
>>know that they monitored my respiration's every 2 hours for the first 72
>>hours to make sure I wouldn't have respiratory problems. I would not take
>>them for sure. Be very careful.