Tramadol and ulcers

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OnOxys - I answered your PM, hope it helps Hobo91 - hi mate, Nurofen Plus are an over the counter thing that have codeine 12.8mg and ibuprofen 200mg. The amount of codeine is small and so as addcition progresses, and one has to take more and more to get the codeine buzz, one also ends up taking heaps of ibuprofen, which does shocking things to stomach, kidneys etc.
But after taking so many pain meds, and needing to try a new one, he agreed to let me try <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> slowly. The <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> has worked well for me, and luckily I didn't have any problems with the combination of drugs. Actually the tramadol has really helped my mood ( I think because of the snri). So I have started to taper off the Effexor. I was on 150, now taking 75 mg and will be starting 37.5 very other day for the next month. I hope this info helps you make a decision.
Still craving the stuff though, but less and less it seems. Since I still have pain, now and then, I have been prescribed <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span>, rather than the narcotics. What are the narcotic effects, if any, of tramadol? I've only taken 1 or 2 a day, but with a hysterectomy coming soon I'm concerned for my needs for pain meds again. If I have to take more tramadol, how will that effect me? Thanks for your help.
I began with these vaginal <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>ulcers</span> when I was 13 --so an STD it was not. These would start as bumps on the vulva inside wall, the bump would then turn into an ulcer. I knew what it was because I suffered from apthous ulcers in my mouth from the time I was 8. Now having them appear around the vagina put me in a panic. I knew these ulcers took 2 weeks to run their course and there is NOTHING you can do or take that will stop this once the Ulcer appears. All you can do is treat the symptoms.
i have blood work done every 3 mths and it has always been normal. i am worried that the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> and ibuprofen could damage my liver. i only take 7.5-750mg vicodin. wouldnt it be better to just take the vicodin again?
When I started on tramadol it really helped my pain, my mood and increased my energy. During the last 6 months, the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> stopped working for me, and since I couldn't increase the dose I needed to add another pain med. So now I'm taking a low dose of morphine as needed. (I hate morphine) Since deciding to stop the tramadol, I started taking Effexor to help with the depression, but it takes 6 weeks to get the full effect. I think it's helping, but my mood is pretty flat.
I have read about the possibility of Serotonin Syndrome with co-commitment use of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> and certain antidepressents. I take between 200-300mg of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> per day for back pain. I also suffer from a sleep disorder which requires me to take 7.5mg of Remeron before bed. Now, my question is, with such a low dose of Remeron, am I still in danger of developing Serotonin Syndrome?
I was once given <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> and cocodamol together in hospital, and take them together regularly now. However, the tramadol must NOT be the type which is combined with paracetamol, as then you would be overdosingon paracetamol. What you don't say is what strengths you are talking about. I take cocodamol 30mg two tablets, which is extremely strong. There are cocodamol mixtures with less codeine phosphate in them. Personally I take the strong version and add in one 50mg tramadol.
but my jaw bone hurts soooo bad it makes me nausaus (sp?) i just got a call back from my Gastro Dr. and he said not to take <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> cause it is a NSAID, and to take some "tums" between my Protonix doses if i'm having ANY stomach acid. so, i'm gonna go by the dentist office in a little while and see if he can just "renumb" that area for me. i told his asst. what was going on and she told me to stop by.
Hi <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> Warriors, I know you can do this. People are here to help you. It's going to be ok.
Have seen several people have seizures when TAKING <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span>. AND, every <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> 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.
The problem with getting pain medication though, is that I have quite a history of gastrointestinal issues including stomach <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>ulcers</span>, acid reflux, and IBS. My gastroenterologist strictly advised against taking any OTC pain medicine but acetaminophen such as found in tylenol or aspirin-free excedrin, or else risk more stomach ulcers or stomach pain. But the problem with that is, that stuff doesn't work for me; it's like it's too weak.
Hi and Welcome <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> Warriors, Please come on in and make yourself comfy. All are welcome.
Come on in and enjoy the conversation and make yourself comfy. This is the place to be to get off and stay off tramadol!
Good Morning <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> Warriors! Gorgeous sunny day. And people who understand. Welcome. We're so glad you found us!
Welcome <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> Warriors! Please come in and make yourself at home. All are welcome, we're very happy you are here!
Welcome <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> Warriors! We ... turned .... 40 ... LOL Welcome and I hope you will make yourself at home. Snuggle down, get comfy. There's a lot of information and experience here with getting off tramadol. It's not impossible, lots of peeps here now living Tram Free Lives! Love & Healing!
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Good Morning <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> Warriors! Welcome to thread 32! Please make yourself at home. It can be a bumpy ride!
D I just love you guys! Such honesty and kindness and willingness to help. It's such a blessing! I think this place attracts some of the most intelligent and caring people in the world. So gratifying. I haven't posted for a very long time ... but I will always keep this thread going. I remember so well the desperation I had to hear from anyone ... anyone about how they got off. Now there's years worth of posts from people round the world who kicked Tram.
It is not clear from your post why the dog is taking pain relief medication in the first place. Morphine, hydromorphone, oxymorphone, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span>, oxycontin and other drugs in this class are not uncommonly used for pain in animals. Dose frequency, available forms and sizes, route of administration, onset and duration of action and other considerations play into the choice of pain reliever.
Hello. If I may put few cents into this post. tramadol- I used this instead morphine after hysterectomy and it works wonders and doctors told me that it does NOT supress your immune system like morphine does.We need our immune system to heal after the surgery and word off some left over cancer, and if the immune is turned off we do not heal as fast . Please read more on this painkiller. Thank you all, Sunes.
So, Tylenol is all I can take which does nothing for me. I've been nervous about it, but I now take darvocet and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> for pain. But, I don't take every day. I don't want to become addicted to them too. I only take them when the pain is really bad and then if let's say today I would take a darvocet - then by Thursday if I'm in too much pain, I'll take tramadol. This way, I am not becoming addicted again.
I went to another doctor and she diagnosed me with fibromyalgia and neuralgia. Gave me gabapentin and some <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> slow release for the worst pain. She also put me on omeprazole for my tummy, which she said was acid reflux. She also did blood tests, the only thing that came up positive was ANA but not other autoimmune numbers, as far as I'm aware.
to help clean and cook a meal). He says he *can't live like this* and I try to talk to him and he snaps at me and says he needs to get out and leaves me home alone and I'm stuck. I know it's hard for him, but what can I do? My son moved to China and I am all alone, I am scared and so sad. I have no one else. I was trying to cope and do meditating and breathing (thanks omhome, dalubaba) but it doesn't help my personal situation.
Currently I am going through a massive spout of migraines that I can't kick. I have fioricet and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> and they are doing nothing at all right now, had to take a zofran so I can keep some food in me today as well, can't take imitrex cause of my blood pressure, cant take ibuprofin because of stomach ulcers. I resorted to taking 1/2 a xanex to see if it was stress related to no avail. I was wondering what others have taken to help with this?
Endorphins are found in the brain and spinal cord and reduce pain by combining with opioid receptors. <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> mimicks the action of our natural endorphins by combining with the opioid receptors in the brain and spinal cord. This blocks the transmission of pain signals sent by the nerves to the brain. Therefore, even though the cause of the pain may remain, less pain is actually felt. tramadol also works by enhancing the activity of neurotransmitters in the brain and spinal cord.
he's obviously in severe pain-which even <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tramadol</span> and rimadyl aren't helping. i'm back to square one. he's not interested in anything. these tests are so expensive. is it possible the tests missed something?? i don't want to put him through surgery if he is not healthy.
your right on when you said that taking a opiate for chronic pain is not the same as addiction. Many of the symptoms can and are the same such as tolerance and dependence. Drug addicts and chronic pain patience Are as different as ketchup and mustard. Not much of a correlation but you get my drift.
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