Belladona Extract & Morphine Compounded


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This is a compounded medication specifically made for you based on a prescription from your licensed physician.

Belladonna/Morphine Rectal Suppositories
Your doctor has proscribed Belladonna/Morphine rectal suppositories, custom-made from your compounding pharmacy. But what is it and what does it do?

B = Belladonna 
Belladonna extract or alkaloids make up the “B” part of the combination. It is made from the leaves and root of the Atropa belladonna plant. Belladonna is a potent anti-spasmodic drug. Another commonly used medicine derived from this plant is atropine sulfate.

O = Opiate 
Morphine is the main narcotic principle of opium and is used to make up the “O” portion of your suppository. Morphine is a pain drug, or analgesic. It can also be habit-forming. Why use a Belladonna/Morphine rectal suppositoriesrectal suppository? Your physician may prescribe this medication if you suffer from urethral spasm pain. Symptoms such as moderate to severe urethral pain and spastic muscle contractions.

Side effects and other useful information 
Side effects associated with the use of this medication include:
    Blurred vision
    Difficulty urinating
    Fast pulse
    Sensitivity to light
    Dry mouth

Contact your physician right away if you experience:
    Itchy skin
    Difficulty breathing
    Eye pain

Do NOT use Belladonna/Morphine rectal suppositories if you are/have:
    Allergy to opiates
    In preterm labor
    Bowel motility issues
    Seizure disorder
    Liver disease
    Kidney disease

Talk to your physician before taking Belladonna/Morphine rectal suppositories if you have a history of narcotic or alcohol dependency, mood disorder or suicidal thoughts. 
Discuss all medications and supplements you are currently taking with your physician and pharmacist. Some drugs, such as buprenorphine, naltrexone and buprenorphine may interact with Belladonna/Morphine rectal suppositories. 
Use the medication as prescribed by your doctor. The information provided is not intended to cover all possible uses. 
This information is generalized and not intended as specific medical advice. If you have questions about the use of your prescription, please contact your prescriber.

References : 
> Belladonna and Opium 
> Atropa belladonna



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