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All about tramadol

What is tramadol?

Tramadol is an analgesic and is used for the treatment of moderate or severe pain.

What is the average time for Tramadol to take effect?

Although tablets or capsules taken orally are dependent on the dose, they usually begin to take effect within 1 hour. This effect continues for about 4-6 hours. However, when used as a light bulb, the effect starts shortly after the injection.

How should I use Tramadol?

The dose of the drug is individually determined according to the patient’s condition. Therefore, your doctor will determine the most appropriate dose for you.

Always consult your doctor or nurse before increasing the dose of tramadol.

Use your medication regularly; Do not wait until your pain is intensified.

What should I look for when using Tramadol?

If you think that the drug is not effective after a few weeks of use, always consult your doctor or nurse before increasing the dose of tramadol.

Do not stand up suddenly after sitting or lying down. Remember, it may be an appropriate measure against the risk of dizziness, stuns or falls when lying down or sitting in position for some time after taking the medication.

If you feel nausea, vomiting, drowsiness or dizziness after taking the medication, go to supine position.

If you forget to take the dose you should take; If you remember, take the next dose (don’t take the medicine twice).

What should I do if I feel bad during my use of tramadol?

If this happens, inform your doctor and nurse as soon as possible.

What are the undesirable effects you might have when using Tramadol?

  1. Urinary frequency and urgency;
  2. Difficulty in urinating (urinary involvement);
  3. Disorders in vision (blurred vision).

In addition, albeit less frequently than normal, gay (feces), allergic reactions (skin rash, bloating, itching), memory loss, difficulty in doing daily routine activities, shortness of breath, rapid heartbeat, loss of sensation in hands and feet / tingling , skin rashes, hallucinations, and vision can be observed.

What are the situations I should report immediately to my doctor or nurse during my use of tramadol?

  1. Abdominal pain, heartburn, bloating due to gas in the abdomen;
  2. Loss of appetite;
  3. confusion;
  4. Constipation or diarrhea;
  5. If there is excessive dizziness / dizziness;
  6. Dry mouth;
  7. Nausea or vomiting;
  8. Difficulty in sleeping;
  9. Skin rash, itching.

Can I get Tramadol with my other drugs?

This medicine is prescribed to you by your doctor considering the medications you are using. Therefore, you can continue to use the other drugs you are taking. However, before you start using a new medicine, be sure to tell your doctor, nurse or pharmacist that you use tramadol.

Does using Tramadol create a problem with other health problems?

Should not be used if there is hepatic or renal dysfunction and respiratory problems.

Can I use alcoholic beverages while I use Tramadol?

No. Using alcohol and alcoholic beverages during treatment can make it difficult for you to breathe and increase your sense of dizziness.

Do I have food to pay attention to while I use Tramadol?

No, you can continue your normal meal order.

How and where should I store Tramadol?

Store below 25°C, at room temperature, out of reach of children and in the original packaging.