So, what is it?
So, Tramadol (Ultram) is mainly used by people who suffer from pain, but not by those whose pain can be characterized as “mild” or “light”. It’s a very strong medication, and you shouldn’t take it if your problem isn’t really serious.
What kind of dangers can be caused by Tramadol?
Well, let’s talk about the side effects at first. The most common of them are:
- Constipation, etc.
Some of them can be prevented by drinking lots of water (like constipation), but all the common Tramadol side effects are not very severe. Still, if you feel anything from this list you should tell your doctor about it.
There are also some serious side effects like hallucinations, severe stomach pain, loss of weight, seizures, problems with breathing, etc. Don’t wait and call your doctor immediately if anything is wrong!
Who shouldn’t take Tramadol? Who should be careful with it?
As we’ve said, Tramadol (Ultram) is a strong opioid, which means it isn’t the safest drug in the world. You should at least tell your doctor if you:
- Are pregnant or breast-feeding;
- Have liver/kidney diseases;
- Have problems with blood pressure;
- Have epilepsy;
- Are dependent on medications or drugs;
- Have problems with breathing;
Actually (and it’s not about Tramadol only), if you take drugs, and it doesn’t matter if they contain strong opioids, amphetamine salts or anything else, your doctor should know your full medical history. Always tell your physician about every problem you have and about every drug you take.
How to take Tramadol?
At first, read the information about this drug (inside the pack). Then talk to your doctor about it, listen to what he says and take the medication exactly as he tells you. It would be the safest and the most effective way to take this drug, but if you want to know how much Tramadol you should take without a doctor — read the following text. And don’t forget — if you missed a pill, just take one when the time comes. Don’t take more than it’s needed.
So, if the pills are quick-acting, you will be told to take one every four to six hours. If they are extended-release, you will take one or two doses daily. The dose is individual, but it shouldn’t exceed 400mg per day.
What about overdose?
Well, it’s possible and it’s dangerous. If you feel breathing problems, arrhythmia, have blue lips or seizures — call 911 (112 in the UK) or your local poison center immediately.
How to store Tramadol?
In a dry place, away from light, heat and children.
What about generics?
If you want to buy Tramadol generic, it’s a good choice. Generics are as good as the original drugs, and we have the high quality generics of Tramadol here. The active substance is the same, and the effects are the same, too — but they are much cheaper.
Should you buy Tramadol online?
If you want to save your money and time, you should. You can order Tramadol online here, and it will be much cheaper than in the pharmacy in your street.
In order to buy Ultram online, you should select the dosage, add it to your order, confirm it via phone (and email), and then get the package in 10 work days.