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Tramadol Risks and Positive Effects
Tramadol is often taken by people to relieve their severe and moderate pain because its effects are similar to narcotic analgesics. Basically, this
medicine works by changing how the body responses and feels pain.
Its Correct Intake
Patients need to take Tramadol orally, normally each 4-6 hours to ensure the necessary pain relief. If they suffer from nausea, it’s advisable to take
their regular doses with food, and the right dosage is based on a certain health condition and other important details. To decrease possible risk of having
side effects, people should start with lower doses, and the most common one is not higher than 400 mg a day. It’s worth mentioning that Tramadol is
associated with certain withdrawal reactions, especially when it’s used in higher doses and for a long period of time. The most widespread ones include
muscle pain, nausea, restlessness, sweating and others. To prevent these unwanted symptoms, patients need to stop this treatment gradually because its
prolonged use may result in developing an addiction. This risk is increased if they have a history of drug or alcohol abuse.
Possible Adverse Reactions
There are certain negative symptoms that may develop when taking Tramadol, including:
To prevent constipation, patients should stick to fiber-rich diets and drink enough water. Most users don’t have any unwanted side effects when undergoing
this treatment. In rare cases, they may develop such serious reactions as:
It’s necessary to get immediate medical help once users notice such serious symptoms as:
Other Precautions That Should Be Taken
Before using Tramadol, doctors should be informed about any possible allergies of their patients and their pre-existing medical conditions, including
different brain disorders, breathing issues, liver and kidney problems, mood and mental complications, drug or alcohol abuse, intestinal and stomach
diseases, pancreatitis and some others. This medicine may make them drowsy and dizzy, so that patients should be careful when doing things that require
their full attention.
Unwanted Drug Combinations
There are certain meds that shouldn’t be combined with the intake of Tramadol because of possible drug interactions. For example, some of those
pharmaceuticals that may potentially interact with this medicine include narcotic antagonists, pain medications, MAO inhibitors, street drugs,
antidepressants, SNRIs, azole antifungals, HIV pills, macrolide antibiotics, rifamycins and so on.