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What is Tramadol and What Should I Know About It?

Tramadol is a pain reliever that is similar to a narcotic. It is used for treating moderate to severe pain. Tramadol extended release medication is used for treating moderate to severe chronic pain when medication is needed 24 hours a day.


You should not take Tramadol if you have ever been addicted to alcohol or drugs. Some people have experienced seizures or convulsions when taking Tramadol. You are more likely to experience a seizure if you have a history of a head injury or seizures, a metabolic disorder or if you are taking some medications including antidepressants, medicine for vomiting and nausea or muscle relaxers.

How Much Should I Take?

Take Tramadol as it was prescribed to you. Do not take more than your doctor instructed you to take. Do not take it for longer than your doctor instructed. Do not take more than 300 mg of Tramadol in one day.

Can I Overdose On Tramadol?

It is possible to overdose on Tramadol. If you think you took too much, you should seek emergency medical attention immediately. An overdose on this medication can be fatal. Overdose symptoms for Tramadol include shallow breathing, drowsiness, slow heartbeat, cold or clammy skin, extreme weakness, feeling light headed, coma or fainting. Read more about tramadol

Is Tramadol Habit-Forming?

This medication may be habit-forming, and it should only be used by the individual it was prescribed for. Tramadol should never be used by someone that has a history of addiction or drug abuse. You should keep this medicine in a safe place where other people cannot get it.

What Else Should I Know About Tramadol?

Tramadol can cause side effects and it may impair your reactions and thinking. Be careful when you operate heavy machinery, drive or do anything dangerous. Do not stop using this medication suddenly because you may experience withdrawal symptoms like sweating, anxiety, nausea, diarrhea, tremors, chills, insomnia, hallucinations or breathing problems.

Consult with your doctor about how to avoid withdrawal symptoms when you stop taking Tramadol. Do not crush the tablet. This medication is used for oral use only. Powder from a tablet that has been crushed should not be inhaled or diluted with any liquid and injected into the body.

Using Tramadol by injection or inhalation can lead to overdose, life-threatening side effects and death. If you have any questions about Tramadol, you should consult with your doctor or a pharmacist.