Can i mix tramadol and xanax

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and call the clinic whenever I do get a script to find out about it. I was in a car accident(ped.vs van) and was given tramadol. I was told not to take it because I can go into withdrawal . The clinic should have a card that they can pass out that tells you what medications can put you into withdrawal and what can cause an overdose. I have one at home and I keep it handy. Good luck to you but my opinion would be not to take it.
I also have a Husband and a 13 year old daughter, and instead of spending the summer doing the things that I wanted to do with her, I'm struggling to get off this med. I do try to do the best I can, and I have explained to her that I'm on a medication that is making me sick, but that I will get better. Fortunately, at 13, she has a good friend network, and is involved with alot of her own projects, still I feel guilty that I'm not there for her as I'd like to be.
He isn’t breaking up with me and I think he thinks I did it anyway so I have nothing to hide by telling the truth and the truth is I haven’t taken any street drugs since I was in college and I experimented with cocaine. What do I do? How can I save what’s left of my name by proving that I didn’t do any illegal drugs. I would never risk loosing K. I do anything and everything for him.
After withdrawals from codiene, I dread anymore withdrawals. My therapist seems to think that I can stay on Xanax for ever, but I don't like taking pills anymore. I want off of everything. What should I expect when cutting down?
I have to go cold turkey for 2 days till I crash the neurologist said so he can do the eeg and sleep study properly. This doesnt make sense to me. Can I mix tramadol and xanax I am already but is it safe. Then is it safe to start taking this donnatal I got prescribed today on top of all of this? should I not take the tramadol and take the Donnatal instead for my stomache? I certainly cannot stop the xanax. Ill seize for sure. Any advice would be great thanks.
Maybe I should just take some xanax and a nap since that usually works. I'm just afraid after what I've read about Tramadol. I took it once before and stopped and had no reaction. At least as far as I can remember. It's possible that I went back into pain management. This is my vicious circle the past 12 years. I wish I was dead, but I'm not and I don't expect to be for quite some time. Pray for me please.
Ultram (Tramadol) and SSRI’s like Paxil, Zoloft, etc. All drugs mentioned here can easily be googled for detailed information.
Actually, Tim, I am from Denmark, but at least IT IS Europe (LOL) I quit c/t in May from a habit of 12 tramadol (for 8 months) and I can only agree that it was pure hell. Unfortunately I caved after 5 weeks (I am 48 and have never before had any addiction issues), because I had to get back to work and take care of my family responsibilites, and I was desperate to try and see if it made any difference - and to get better.
I don't know if it will be an issue for me since it hasn't been in the past, but I guess I;ve entered new territory. I can tell you that the Tramadol I have in the cupboard isn't calling to me at all! It scares the **** out of me instead.
His dad wont keep him nd everyone assumes im over exaggerating what im going through nd blow me off even after showing many ive asked for help the many medhelp post on tram detox. My question is how can i make this easier nd can the xanax help with symptoms. I can deal with the pain nd cold sweats but the brain zapping is extreme i cant function! Any advice?
I think I read somewhere about amino acids are good with withdrawals but I cannot remember where I saw it. Right now I am tapering off of my tramadol. I have been on it off and on for 10 years with the past 5 years being there worst where I have even spent alot of money ordering it on the internet even though I get alot from my doc. He said it wasn't addiciting...yeah, right. Anyway, I am a proud mother of 5 and have three little ones under the age of 5.
Despite my adoring 4 year old son who really wanted his mommy back I moved out of our home and spent every free moment popping whatever pill and drinking whatever alcohol I could get my hands on. Adding Ambien to the mix, I mostly slept for 2 solid months. Also gave myself 2 black eyes that, to this day, I cannot explain. I slowly started to come out of it and began to land my feet solidly back in reality.
I have been addicted to Tramal for the past 2,5 years and I have decided to once and for all stop these horror pills. I took up to 400mg in one dose and later in the day I would take another 200-300mg.. Yesterday I took 350 and now I decided to stop these pills from hell. Instead I took some gabapentin and valerian root but I am not doing good at all..
Tramadol was my DOC and I was hooked on that poison for over 6 years. I quit tramadol and xanax at the same time cold turkey (not something I recommend) and it was the WORST experience of my life. I'm over 190 days clean now, and that, however, was the BEST decision of my life. Tramadol is a synthetic opiate and also has the same chemicals as an anti-depressant (very similar to Effexor) which is why the withdrawal from this drug was so difficult for me.
I have been on tramadol off and on for about 10 years and it is not addicting. It is not an opiate, it simply acts on the opiod receptors, as do other non-opiate drugs. I hate how people are demonizing this drug as it is the last one left for chronic pain that is effective and also not addictive. People subject to psychological addiction can become addicted to anything, even a placebo if they doh't know. It seems a fad for people to be an "addict", who knows why.
Hi, I have a question, new to tramadol, and I take 50mg 3 times a day, but I also take lexapro 10mg. is it safe to mix the two? I have been reading post and some of them say the tramadol is a low antidepresint? I am taking the trams to get off the vics, which really have helped with wd.
I only take them at nite, I have bad anxiety and depression and taking tramadols really help. When I take them I feel Soo good I feel happy and worry free, my anxiety goes away and I feel so peaceful and relaxed. I only take them about 3 to 4 times a week. Some times ill go 2 weeks without them and I tell myself no more but any little pain I get I use as am excuse to take them. My husband knows I like to take them but he doesn't know I take them just for the hell of it.
Tramadol is a tough one since it is not only a syntetic opiate it also has properties that act kind of like a anti depressant. It stimulates the serotonin and norepinepren (I believe) parts of your brains neurotransmitters.. So it literally effects alot of the brain.. I highly suggest getting on a amino acid program like the one in the book END YOUR ADDICTION NOW.. since you were on Trams you would fall into two categories..
I'm just wondering if there is anything else I can ask about when I already have valium, oxazepam and xanax and I do take more than I am meant to, but my doctors know that because of the amount of other meds I have and they also said if anyone else tried to take the amount of meds I have to take it could kill them, but I live like this every day. Some days I feel like giving up, but that's only letting my attackers win and I will not let that happen.
Well now you know..they are bad. And can be worse. I can give you hope though post withdrawal. If you can find AA or NA meetings, save your money on the Phsychiatrist. NA/AA meetings are awesome. You are with other people that have made it. You have first hand knowledge and experience of what to do and how to do it. You have live people to call and support for life. Don't beat yourself up about wanting the pills. I don't think you are a monster for wanting to feel good.
You can quit tramadol. You can stop. You can recover. I believe in you!
Hi everyone. I'm glad I found this site, so I don't feel so alone in what I'm going through. Basically, several weeks ago, I was hospitalized with a severe kidney infection/kidney stones. While there, I was put on a continuous drip of Tramadol and Dilaudid. This went on for roughly 11 days. I was then released from the hospital, but no one even warned me that I might have withdrawl. About a week later, I had a complete emotional breakdown.
Hi Tramadol Warriors, I know you can do this. People are here to help you. It's going to be ok.
and some 5htp to take a few times a day. Tramadol is the only drug I have ever taken....EVER! and I never thought I could let myself get to this point..they just made me feel so good all the time...and a better worker....if you find anything that might help me...please let me know.....I want to get off these and never go back!
Happy Almost Thanksgiving Tramadol Warriors! I sure hope you are all having a nice Holiday. Welcome to the room those who are new. Thank you so much for finding us. I know you can do this!
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Have seen several people have seizures when TAKING tramadol. AND, every tramadol related seizure I saw did not seem related to how high a dose the person was taking; RATHER was in instances where someone markedly INCREASED their dose. I think the confusion is in that seizures are common when withdrawing from sedatives (alcohol, barbiturates, benzodiazapines etc). Rare in opiate withdrawal.
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You're in the right place if you want off the Tramadol! You can do it! I believe in you!
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