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Suffering from breast cancer with bone and liver metastasis. Have stomach infection. Will the pain medication harm the liver?

I am stage 4 breast cancer with liver and bones mets. After a few doses of chemo my liver mets were gone. A few days ago I went into er with a severe case of stomach virus. Unaware to me the nurse gave me two doses of morphine in an eight hour period. I was admitted in the hospital for two days. I was given I ve doses of soprano and pain medication for cramping. I am worried that the pain medications will harm my liver. How much damage could the morphine and zometa do to my liver.
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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The pain medication given to you does not harm the liver.
Zometa has been prescribed since you have bone metastasis, it will not harm you.
Morphine does not harm the liver.
Take care,
Answered: Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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