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More Facts About Tramadol
You should not take tramadol if you have ever been addicted to alcohol or drugs. Do not take it when you are intoxicated or if you have recently used medications like narcotic pain medicine, tranquilizers or sedatives, medicine for anxiety or depression, medication for mental illnesses like bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and others, or street drugs. If you take any medications, over-the-counter drugs, herbal supplements or vitamins you must inform your doctor. If you have any medical conditions, you should tell your doctor before you start taking tramadol.
Some people have had seizures when taking tramadol. Your risk of having a seizure may increase if you have a history of alcohol or drug addiction, a history of a seizure disorder or epilepsy, a history of a head injury, a metabolic disorder, or if you are currently taking a muscle relaxer, antidepressant or medicine for vomiting and nausea. If you are concerned about seizures when taking tramadol, talk to your doctor.
You should tell your physician is you are allergic to any kind of drug or medication. In addition, you should tell him if you have kidney disease, liver disease, a stomach disorder, a history of depression, mental illness or a suicide attempt. If you have any of these health conditions, you might need a dose adjustment or special exams or tests to safely take this medication.
Can I Take Tramadol If I Am Pregnant?
Tramadol may be dangerous to an unborn baby. It may cause fatal or serious side effects to the baby if the mother uses it during pregnancy or labor. If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, you should speak to your doctor. This medication can pass into breast milk and it may harm your baby. If you are breast-feeding a child, you must inform your doctor. Tramadol should not be given to any child that is younger than 18 years old.
What Should I Know When Taking Tramadol?
You should take tramadol with a large glass of water. You can take it with or without food, but you must take it the exact same way each time. Take the medication exactly as your doctor prescribed it. Do not take a larger dose than your doctor instructed. Just follow the instructions on your prescription label. If you have any questions, ask your pharmacist or doctor. Swallow the pill entirely. Do not break, open, or crush the tablet. If you break or open the pill, too much of the medicine will be released into your body at one time.