Subject: Why does morphine make your blood feel warm?
Date: Wed Dec 29 13:28:45 1999
Posted by John Rodstrom
Grade level: 10-12
School: Mount Vernon High School
City: Mt. Vernon State/Province: OH
Area of science: Medicine
I was recently in the hospital and was given morphine intraveinously. As it
entered my veins, it felt as if wherever the morphine was, it felt warm. How is
this possible and why did it happen?
Re: Why does morphine make your blood feel warm?
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