Pass Next Time
Citation:   3rdEYE. "Pass Next Time: An Experience with Morphine (exp22268)". Mar 21, 2003.

100 mg oral Morphine (pill / tablet)
At around 11 PM last night, I popped a blue 100 mg morphine pill. Having taken numerous pharmaceuticals over the years, I didn't really think much of it - except that maybe I should take the other one I had. Thankfully, I chose not to, as I had read of other experiences and noted the doses that others needed. I had eaten about 1.5 hours before.

It started in my face and extremeties, then moved inward; a wonderful opiate body high. Then, the effect I had been waiting for came - the feeling that I was floating on air. I literally could not and did not feel anything for a few hours, long enough to watch The Ring. Then, I just felt good until about 3:30 AM, and decided to go to bed. Oh - I didn't itch all over or vomit as many of my friends have when on morphine, so that was nice as well.

When I woke up today, I tried to urinate, but much to my dismay, I couldn't. I knew this to be a side effect of the morphine, but it was not one that I expected. I also felt very groggy and overall unpleasant, so I decided to return to bed. I awoke about two hours later, at about 2:30 PM. Still couldn't piss. I also tried to drink a glass of lemonade, but it came back up within 5 minutes. I returned to bed once again. I awoke at about 4:15 PM, and finally was able to urinate. As I write this, I am trying to keep a glass of milk down.

Overall, I would not suggest morphine as a recreational drug to anyone, but if you are bent on trying it, much as I was, be prepared for the side- and after-effects. To me, the high was not worth it. I'll pass next time.

Exp Year: 2003ExpID: 22268
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: Not Given
Published: Mar 21, 2003Views: 41,137
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