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Suggest Treatment For Cervical Cancer, Stomach Pain And Back Pain

Hello Doctor my mother is having curvical cancer since 1 1/2 year she has taken treament (Radiation) in indo american hospital now she is suffering with sevier stomach pain and back pain. when we have known that she has curvical cancer at that we also known that she is having hbsag positive for that we have taken treatment in yashoda hospital secunderabad doctor said that she dont need any treatment for this. now mother is suffering with sevier stomach pain and back pain why so it is summer so it is like that because she has taken radiation so, please suggest her any medicines to cure the pain please please please. i will be thank full to you sir
Thu, 11 Jan 2018
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Hi

After hearing your history i would advise her tab morphine 15 to 30 mg orally every 4 hours as needed to relieve her stomach and back pain.

Its side effects are
Cramps
difficulty having a bowel movement (stool)
drowsiness
false or unusual sense of well-being
relaxed and calm feeling
sleepiness or unusual drowsiness
weight loss
Less common

But these side effects can be managed symtomatically.

Regards
DR DE
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Suggest Treatment For Cervical Cancer, Stomach Pain And Back Pain

Hi After hearing your history i would advise her tab morphine 15 to 30 mg orally every 4 hours as needed to relieve her stomach and back pain. Its side effects are Cramps difficulty having a bowel movement (stool) drowsiness false or unusual sense of well-being relaxed and calm feeling sleepiness or unusual drowsiness weight loss Less common But these side effects can be managed symtomatically. Regards DR DE