Tramadol for rabbits

Common Questions and Answers about Tramadol for rabbits


1550149_tn?1340004330 Worked pretty good the first couple of weeks has helped with muscle pain but not so much with joint pain.. Also I am taking Tramadol 50 mg for pain daily, for about 4 months now and it is not working as good as when I first started using it.. My eyes feel dry and slightly burning and my ears feel like they are underwater with a buzzing noise when I lay down sometimes. Anyone else get this feeling with Tramadol? I am trying to figure out if it is my meds or just stress.
Avatar_f_tn No drug-related teratogenic effects were observed in progeny of mice (up to 140 mg/kg or 420 mg/m2), rats (up to 80 mg/kg or 480 mg/m2) or rabbits (up to 300 mg/kg or 3600 mg/m2) treated with tramadol by various routes. Embryo and fetal toxicity consisted primarily of decreased fetal weights, skeletal ossification and increased supernumerary ribs at maternally toxic dose levels. Transient delays in developmental or behavioral parameters were also seen in pups from rat dams allowed to deliver.
544292_tn?1268886268 Good Morning Tramadol Warriors and welcome! It's a good day. Happy to see all of you. This is a great place to be to come off Tramadol. Welcome, snuggle down and get comfy.
544292_tn?1268886268 Welcome Tramadol Warriors! Please come on in and make yourself snug and comfy. We're delighted to hear from you! Lots of good nourishing words here Friends!
544292_tn?1268886268 Hi ChicaBooms! Welcome to our new home!
544292_tn?1268886268 I stick with it because I remember how the T-train caused INCREASED pain all over my body, in places I never imagined I could have pain. I stick with it because I can remember what it was like to be in the FOG of TRAM, to walk into a room, and forget why I was there, I stick with it because I would rather not get killed on my motorcycle from being too fogged to care what I was doing.
Avatar_f_tn It sounds like your oldster has degenerative joint disease, which occurs in old age of all species. Please begin using Cosequin for cats (they do not market one for rabbits) at a dose of 1/2 capsule per day. I have also had very good results with weekly injections of Hyaluronic acid, Legend or Adequan. Additionally the NSAID, Metacam, and the pain medication, Tramadol can be used very safely in low doses in rabbits for joint and muscle pain.
Avatar_n_tn However, embryo-fetal lethality, reductions in fetal weight and skeletal ossification, and increased supernumerary ribs were observed at a maternal toxic dose of 140 mg/kg in mice, 80 mg/kg in rats or 300 mg/kg in rabbits. Tramadol caused a reduction in neonatal body weight and survival at an oral dose of 80 mg/kg when rats were treated during late gestation throughout lactation period. There are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant women.
233616_tn?1312790796 Thank you for a most informative study on bunny rabbits from Kafkas University in Turkey? Poor little bunny rabbits. Is that what happens when you shoot a bunny rabbit up with AAP? However, I still believe and always will that Tylenol is safe and effective for hcv patients when taken in recommended dosages by your treating physician and is still the most effective OTC fever and pain reducer on the market. Those of us who do not take narcotics and need relief should not be scared to take it.
Avatar_m_tn She still tries to chase after rabbits when they come around so yeah, for 14 years old she's in good shape. I hope that he's just scamming the vet and the dog really doesn't need the pills. You know, I was stealing my wifes pills and I know how low that is but somehow it seems much more severe that he might be depriving an animal of needed medication. This really *****!
2122443_tn?1335785718 I was told this drug was safe and non-addictive by the past physician I did not know that 800mg was a low dose for tramadol, yet it surely does not feel like having the flu for me. But thank you for letting me know it is a lower dose of medication. I can assure you in the future I will never put it in my body and I will read all information on any drug before I ever take it, as knowledge is power to make the right choices for ourselves. I would not wish this type of illness on anyone.
6814174_tn?1385052560 I told my OB and she helped me with a taper plan. My OB was not educated at all on Tramadol and the taper plan was too fast for me, so I ended up going to my Family Doc for a slower taper. I gave birth a month early, so I was still on the pills tapering. My OB thought I went behind her back to get more pills (which wasn't the case at all because my Family doc only gave me a certain # to taper, just at a slower rate), she called CPS on me and I had to go through a whole investigation.
6448242_tn?1381379239 I have been taking hydro or lortab for about a year now recreationally. I am up to 90-100mg per day. I sometimes will even snort some morphine if I am low on lortab supply. I went to a doctor the other day for help and he prescribed me colonodine. I was hoping this would help with the withdrawals and I could get started that day, but when i took the colonodine is started to hallucinate and hear voices in my head. I got really scared and decided I could not take this med.
Avatar_f_tn Last time I tried to stay drunk for a few days and it was working but the problem was it also let my guard down so no beer for me lol
Avatar_n_tn Hi, I'm currently taking a low dosage of Klonopin (2mg/day)to treat anxiety/panic attacks. I've been taking it for 2 months (it started out of the blue.) Is there anyone who was on it before they got pregnant? I'd really like to have a baby soon but am terrified of what will happen when I stop taking the medication. Wondering if there's a similar drug that's safe (know that's unlikely) or if anyone's been in the same circumstance? thanks!
7622073_tn?1409088858 30 a.m. now so I gave her a tramadol in hopes she'll relax ( I sure could use a few...) I'll try in an hour or so. I'm going to the vet today to see if I can switch to a smaller gauge needle. It may take longer to administer, but once the needle's in, we're good. If Darbie still puts up a fight, I'll have to make an arrangement with the vet to get her in daily...This is so difficult for me as I don't want to be the "bad guy' , raising my voice and have her fearful of me.
Avatar_m_tn I had read about the possibility of it being bed bugs (from reading sites like this online) so I tore my bedroom apart looking for signs of an infestation, and saw NOTHING. My mattress is brand new, the apartment I live in is also pretty close to brand new. Never the less, not a thing was found, searched mattress, box spring, walls near bed, everything. Ruled out bed bugs. The only other thing I've seen it could be is Restless Leg Syndrome.
Avatar_m_tn He's been on it for five days now and is still pretty out of it. He is extremely lethargic (sleeps most of the day), has coordination problems, and weakness in his hind end. He walks veeery slowly. He's also extremely hungry and thirsty. I've read that all of these are possible phenobarbital side effects. How long do these usually last before the dog gets used to the medication? I'm hoping that these are not signs that something else is wrong, though I am aware of the possibilities.
Avatar_f_tn She continues to try for us, and we are fighting so hard for her-LIke others, I tuck her in at night (she sleeps on the loveseat with her "bankie" covering her). I am sleeping in the den with her so I can give her support throughout the night. Neither of us are getting much sleep. I have her spoiled now with hand feeding other than her baby food, and I hold her plate while she licks it up.