A small round peach colored pill with ABG stamped on one side and 60 on other side
Not Medical Advice: Pill imprint ABG 60 has been identified as Morphine sulphate extended-release 60 mg. Morphine is used in the treatment of chronic pain and belongs to the drug class narcotic analgesics.
Morphine 60 mg has a high potential for abuse. Morphine is commonly available in the form of a tablet, syrup, injection or as a suppository. Taking a large single dose could cause severe respiratory depression, coma or death.
The latest on morphine: Clinical observations are showing researchers that pain itself is capable of putting up the most powerful defense against any potential addiction to morphine. In other words, patients who take morphine for pain-relief purposes are much less likely to get hooked than those who do so for recreation.