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Avanza Withdrawal

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Once your body is accustomed to the effects of Avinza® (morphine sulfate ER), withdrawal symptoms could occur if you stop taking the drug too quickly or lower your dosage too abruptly. Common withdrawal symptoms may include dilated pupils, muscle pain, nausea, and fast breathing. Although Avinza withdrawal can be unpleasant, it is not likely to cause life-threatening problems. The best way to limit withdrawal is to have your healthcare provider wean you off the drug slowly (instead of stopping "cold turkey").
 
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