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Summary of Tramadol

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Pain Relief

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50mg, 100mg

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Tramadol is highly useful in managing acute or intense pain from illness or injury. Tramadol works just like other opioids by binding to opioid receptors in the central nervous system and reducing the feeling of pain.

Tramadol can be used to treat acute or chronic pain in the following conditions:

  • Fibromyalgia
  • Nerve pain  
  • Migraine
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Chronic lower back pain
  • Post-surgery pain
  • Pain from cancer
  • Nociceptive pain

How effective is Tramadol?

The effectiveness of Tramadol may vary from condition to condition for which the medication is being taken.  

  • Tramadol 50mg may help reduce pains significantly if combined with Paracetamol. The combination treatment may help relieve moderate to severe migraine symptoms by 50% within 24 hours of administering the dose.
  • For Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid arthritis, Tramadol is an effective pain reliever. It can be noted that the dose taken determines the level of effectiveness achieved by the drug. 300mg of Tramadol is likely highly effective in relieving arthritis pain.
  • Tramadol is quite effective for neuropathic pain compared to other opioid analgesics. Acting as an antidepressant, the drug blocks pain to a great extent for most users.
  • Tramadol can be a safe and reliable form of medication for back pain. Be it acute or chronic pain, Tramadol is a pain reliever that not only reduces pain but induces better sleep as well.
  • Tramadol lowers the pain threshold for fibromyalgia by acting on receptors to disrupt pain signals. Even low doses of the drug help manage pain from fibromyalgia to a high extent.

Dosage instructions

Tramadol should be taken by starting with low doses (1 tablet) at bedtime. The tablet should be swallowed with water. You can take it with or without a meal and do not chew the tablet. Your healthcare provider will gradually increase or decrease the dose. Suddenly stopping Tramadol can cause withdrawal symptoms and other problems. The dosage may be increased after 3 - 7 days to 2 tablets a day (one in the morning and one before bedtime) to prevent any side effects and allow the body to get used to the medication.

Tramadol tablet is available in standard and extended release form depending on the intensity of the pain and intended purpose. For standard tablets, the usual dosage for an individual is 50 to 100mg every 6 hours. Four tablets per day are the maximum dosage one can consume. Standard tablets relieve pain within 2 to 3 hours. The dosage will depend on the health conditions of older adults, and the doctor will recommend the dosage accordingly.

A 100mg daily dose for extended release form can easily manage pain. These tablets last longer in severe pain relief but also take longer to work. Gradually increase the dose by 100mg every five days in cases of unbearable chronic pain.

What are the side effects of Tramadol?

Tramadol may cause side effects, but some of the side effects may decrease after a while.

Common side effects:

  • Headaches
  • Nausea
  • Sleepiness
  • Dizziness
  • Vomiting
  • Constipation
  • Dry mouth
  • Sweating

Uncommon or rare side effects:

  • Severe headaches
  • Sweating and body chills
  • Rise in blood pressure
  • Trembling
  • Upset stomach
  • Allergic reaction
  • Fast heartbeat
  • Trouble breathing
  • Fainting
  • Urinary retention
  • Muscle twitches

Tramadol should be taken under medical observation if an individual suffers/has suffered from the following conditions:

  • Liver or Kidney disease
  • Mental illness
  • Epilepsy
  • Breathing problems

The medication should also be avoided if you are under 18 years of age, hypersensitive, or allergic to tramadol hydrochloride. Combining a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor or certain tricyclic antidepressants with Tramadol can result in serotonin syndrome. 

Always follow your doctor's prescription to avoid Tramadol overdose. Tell your doctor of any liver or kidney disease you may have before you buy Tramadol online.

When should I take Tramadol?

When to take Tramadol depends on the kind of Tramadol you have been referred to:

  • Tablets or Capsules can be taken between three to four times a day.
  • Slow-release tablets can be taken once or twice a day.
  • Drops can be taken three to four times a day.

Senior patients may be advised to take less Tramadol than an average adult. Any individual having kidney or liver problems may also be asked to avoid Tramadol until necessary.

Tramadol can be taken at any time with or without food. However, evenly managing the time duration between each dose will give you idle results. Continuing the same pattern on a daily basis may lead to more effective results for the drug.

How long does it take Tramadol to work?

When you take Tramadol, the bloodstream absorbs the drug to give gradual pain relief, which peaks for maximum pain management before the effect tapers off.

Slow-release tablets take around 10-12 hours to give the most effective results and last up to 24 hours, making them more potent forms of Tramadol.

The standard tablets take around 2 to 3 hours to peak, and pain relief may last up to 6 hours.

Can I take Tramadol in pregnancy?

Tramadol is an opiate that may cause fatal complications in pregnancies and childbirth. Opiates may cause congenital disabilities or neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome if the medication is taken close to the child's birth. Tramadol carries an FDA warning regarding the risks associated with the drug for pregnant women and their unborn or newborn babies.

Can I drive after taking Tramadol?

If you have taken the medication for the first time, changed the dose or do not know how Tramadol will react to your body, it is better to avoid tasks that require mental alertness, such as driving, to prevent mishaps.

How long can I take Tramadol?

The time duration of taking Tramadol varies depending upon why an individual is taking the drug in the first place.

In cases of an injury or post-surgery, patients are advised to take the drug for a short period, that is, a few days or weeks until the pain and cause subside.

In long-term conditions, one may have to take the drug longer as prescribed by a doctor who knows the individual's medical history and condition.

Does long-term use of Tramadol have adverse effects on my health?

Long-term use of Tramadol may lead to the possibility of various neurological disorders such as serotonin syndrome, seizures, Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease. Taking too much Tramadol for a long time may lead to addiction, drug abuse, and overdose of the drug.