Tramadol hcl 50mg doses

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You may be more likely to have a seizure while taking tramadol if you have a history of seizures or head injury, a metabolic disorder, or if you are taking certain medicines such as antidepressants, muscle relaxers, or medicine for nausea and vomiting. Take tramadol exactly as it was prescribed for you. Do not take it in larger doses or for longer than recommended by your doctor. Do not take more than 300 milligrams of tramadol in one day.
Every body i know that takes tramadol (alot of people) tell me it does not work , I was prescribed Tramadol HCL 50 MG Tab 2 tabsx3 daily, guess what, they do not work for me. Seams that all the Drs. are pushing this med., are the drug companys giving them perks for doing this. I noticed that the big push has came about within the past year. I understand they are habit forming and they don't do s*** for me , give me back my loratabs, etc.
I am so fortunate to be one of the lucky ones that uses tramadol HCL ( which BTW, is not a controlled substance or NSAID) and only tramadol HCL for everything that ails me. Good luck to all in finding your own miracle drug!
I've used Tramadol HCL for about a year now. I'd say I used anywhere from 5-9 (50mg pills) daily. I noticed myself losing weight no matter how much I ate. I am a 29yr old male and normally weigh 145 (lean athletic body figure) and lost about 15lbs while on the drug. It seemed I was consistently at 130lbs...this to me was the primary indicator to stop using the drug. 2 days ago I stopped using the drug completely.
Dear substance (ab)users, I have been using tramadol IR hcl for over 1/1.5 years on and off. Most of the time I used the drug for like a month, then cold turkey and after a week or something I tell my self.. hey, one time a week wont be a problem right? After that I get hooked again and this cycle has repeated itself many times. I use between 250-400 mg a day, never more than 400, but I used everyday the last month.
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Day 22 Cold Turkey Tramadol ... I woke up HAPPY. I used to wake up happy all the time, before the Tramadol. Waking up happy is good. Then I tried to move. I had to use my hands and arms to get up out of bed. My body has been pushed as far as it will go. So after trying all my best tricks (aminos, coffee, food, vitamins, water) I finally stopped the struggle and called in sick for work. Tomorrow will be a busier day anyhow.
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As Hippy stated, and I can VERIFY, Withdrawel from Ultram (tramadol Hcl) can be ABSOLUTE HELL. As far as using Buprenorphine as an agent for tapering down / getting off the Ultram, I'm not so sure that it would be a good Idea.... First of all, we must consider the current amount she is using consistantly on a "Day-to-day" basis.
I have worked out a system that allows me decent pain relief 4 out of 7 days by constantly going ON and then OFF tramadol HCl, but it really gets frustrating knowing beforehand whick days you can get some pain control, and which ones you cannot! All of the literature that I have come across to this point indicates that, unlike Tramadol HCl, Buphenorphine HCl is tolerated for MUCH LONGER at lower doses to the benefit of an individuals pain receptors and general sense of well-being.
5mg for a while now for chronic nerve pain---it has been a great help for pain---before that I was on Tramadol 50mg.....Coming off the Tramadol was no picnic, as I'm sure you're all aware.....My question is: I'm going away this weekend, so I've set aside enough of the Vicodin for the trip...however, that is the last of it until I see my doctor when I come back. I believe I've become accustomed to the Vicodin, because when I dont take it i feel terrible.....
The various and sundry opioids do this with varying degrees of effectiveness, which explains a substantial portion of their varying degrees of potency (liver metabolism makes up for the other portion). For instance, this largely explains why dihydromorphone HCL (Dilaudid) is about 5 times the potency of oxycodone (Oxycontin) when taken orally, it stimulates mu more effectively.
There is no magic number for doses of these medications, each patient needs to be evaluated and treated as an individual because there is such a wide range of responses to these medications. I have multiple conditions, the oldest being cervical spondylosis, which became painful in '94 and manifests itself as constant, severe muscle spasms all over my upper back and shoulders, leaving those muscles in rock-hard knots that won't release.
The last shots I had were the worst - I know have numbness in the right side - the shot must have hit the sciatic nerve. Now I have numbness in both legs. I am taking tramado hcl 50mg and tizanidine hcl 4mg for the pain and muscle spasms. I have an ulcer and am limited on what I take. Trying to sleep at night is stressful, I wake up every 2 - 3 hours in extreme pain. I went through PT and that did not help - i was in more pain after wards.
keeps the crohn's in remission, but makes you lathargic and tired and hair falls out, so watch the doses 10)over the counter sleep aids....they basically take off an edge as I have used Ambien before but it only lasts 4 hours, so I tend to use more than directed with the over the counter drugs. The best sleep aid over the counter I can find is good old fashion benedryl...
But now that they don't allow it, patients are being put on much higher doses than they need, and are forced to acclimate to those high doses, rather than give them a safer, lower split dose.
Wow, I had what I think was B6 toxicity about 6 years ago. I was taking a B-50 supplement for a year - that's 50mg of B6. The neurologist had no clue what was going on. Finally I guessed B6, he said maybe, I stopped it completely (that was a rough road), and major changes started to happen in 8 days. It took about 3 years, I'd say, to get to the point where I didn't notice any remaining effect. But I'm still very sensitive to it.
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