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Can I use Avinza if I have Addison's disease?

If you have Addison's disease, an adrenal gland disorder, make sure to tell your doctor about that part of your medical history before you start taking the painkiller Avinza (morphine). The condition could affect the amount of the painkiller your doctor prescribes. He or she will probably also want to adjust how often and how much Avinza you receive depending on the other medications you take.

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