I don't know whether I should post a new post or not (so if moderators want to merge this to my last post, feel free to do that). I ended up plugging
10 ml of this solution so 20 mg of morphine
in total. The only problem I had with this was the fact that, as I said, it was my first time plugging and even though I read from the plugging instructions that you should push the syringe all the way in, at one point I thought it was deep enough, although it wasn't, so a couple of milliltres or something like that probably leaked out. But the rest of the liquid absorbed quite nicely and the 10 % vol alcohol
content didn't produce any unwanted side effects
or damage to my colon (although, as I said, the amount of liquid was probably something like 9 millitres at best). But this was my own experience so that can't be extrapolated into saying that there couldn't be problems if a more substantial amount of the liquid is plugged.
I have to add, as I previously mentioned my high tolerance to opioids
, that I also acquired 200 mgs worth of 10 mg/ml oxycodone
oral solution. This, however, I ended up taking orally because of the relatively high bioavailability of oral oxycodone. So all in all, I started with approximately 100mg of oral oxycodone about 20 minutes before plugging the 20 mgs of morphine. Then an hour after plugging the morphine I took approximately 30 mg more of the oral oxycodone (I have also taken 450mg of pregabalin
and 50mg of cyclizine
to boost the efficacy of said opioids). And now I'm more high than I've been for quite a while and the mixture of oxycodone and morphine has the appropriate amount of both euphoria
and heavier, sedating nod producing feeling (which oxycodone by itself usually lacks for me).
In conclusion, plugging approximately 9ml of Oramorph 2mg/ml morphine oral solution containing the inactive ingredients mentioned in my previous post (mainly the 10 % vol of ethanol
) produced no negative side effects for me. Also, please don't use this post as any sort of dosing guideline (as I have a relatively high tolerance to both opioids and pregabalin) and remember that combining an opioid
with another CNS depressant (including a different opioid) always carries a very significant risk of adverse effects including a possibly fatal overdose.