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Meptid

Meptid is an opioid analgesic pain-relieving medication. Meptid is available in tablet and injection form, and it is similar to another pain reliever called morphine. Meptid alleviates pain by having the same effect on the body as chemicals known as endorphins, which are naturally released by the brain to manage pain. Meptid merges with the brain's natural endorphins, stops the pain signals from traveling from the nerves to the brain. Meptid injections are often prescribed during childbirth to manage pain, after surgery, and to manage other types of moderate to severe pain. Meptid tablets are prescribed to manage moderate pain, and are typically only used for a short period of time.

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