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Persistent severe pain in stomach. Taken Morphine. No relief. Treatment?

Hello I m having trouble with severe pain in my tummy area its that. Bad that moving hurts my underwear and trousers hurt so babe I can t move and when I have to I m having to hold my tummy its not just pain even to touch hurts not even my morphine is helping its been like this for at least a week but it is spreading what can I do
Asked On : Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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Hi Lisa,

There is no point in taking morphine for the pain. It is a temporary measure to treat intractable pain. Unless the cause is identified the pain will not disappear.

Please go to the ER at the earliest and get an ultrasound scan of the whole abdomen done.

Taking morphine or other pain killers will mask the underlying pathology like intestinal perforation, if any.

Please follow my suggestion and take a wise decision.

Get well soon.

Answered: Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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