Tramadol with lorazepam

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990380_tn?1249588144 i had a pretty severe rapid cycle last weekend and ended up at the hospital, they gave me ilight>lorazepamilight> and i was given 21 more by my gp. Thing is i thought you only take it if you are climbing high not going low. My PSW said i should take one today because i am very low but if i took them everytime i was low im sure i would get addicted. ive not long been diagnosed with BP and dont want to be a 'tranquilizer junkie' - my term - can i have some advice please?
475300_tn?1312426726 Trust me on this as i've tried over 10 on many different intervals and finally gave up and found a way, for me, that works to handle any of my depression issues. i do however, take ilight>tramadolilight> as it helps me immensely ilight>withilight> the aches and pains and actually gives me a bit of a mood boost as well. i do not take the tramadol that has acet./Tylenol in it. i take just the regular strength of tramadol 50mg, not the ER. it works fine for me.
Avatar_n_tn One pill a day is fine if you are taking it for the pain. if you want to get off the ilight>tramadolilight> altogether, you need some help ilight>withilight> the withdrawal symptoms. Your doctor can help with that.
Avatar_n_tn i don't know if i am right, but reading here the past three months of other people's experience ilight>withilight> ilight>tramadolilight>, i believe it might be even harder to come off than Vicodin, it sure seems to take longer, but you just have to be patient, you will get better!!! i bought some Kratom as well, but never had the guts to use it, because i had leaves and no scale to measure it with, so i was afraid of getting too much, but if it helps you, then great. Hope you will soon feel better.
Avatar_f_tn Even people that take them and stay within prescribed doses for more than a few weeks can have extreme difficulty when deciding to stop them - in large part due to the fact that you are essentially dealing ilight>withilight> 2 meds in one; an opiate and an AD. Check out the Emily Post ilight>tramadolilight> and Ultram Recovery Rooms, right here on Med Help for hundreds of stories from people with experience with this medication. PLEASE talk to your doctor to address any pain or depression issue you are having.
Avatar_m_tn Now i'm prescribed ilight>tramadolilight>, Clonidine, Mirtazapine, and ilight>lorazepamilight>. i doing very good and have no depression and much less anxiety. (Turns out lorazepam actually is more effective on me than Klonopin, weird). But has anyone one else had a similar experience? (i understand people have other views/opinions on the use of tramadol for depression, but please don't post just to tell me i shouldn't be on it.). i am just really interested to see if anyone else out there has a similar story.
Avatar_f_tn i was hoping someone would be able to tell me how long the physical withdrawals might last ilight>withilight> ilight>tramadolilight> and how long the psychological withdrawals will last. i've been taking 800mgs of tramadol per day for about a year, twice the recommended dosage. The biggest scare i have is the psychological withdrawals. i have been on a mind altering drug for 5 plus years that have made me feel happy and euphoric.
403399_tn?1201836695 Serotonin Syndrome Risk The development of a potentially life-threatening serotonin syndrome may occur ilight>withilight> use of ilight>tramadolilight> products, including ULTRAM ER, particularly ilight>withilight> concomitant use of serotonergic drugs such as SSRis, SNRis, TCAs, MAOis and triptans, with drugs which impair metabolism of serotonin (including MAOis) and with drugs which impair metabolism of tramadol (CYP2D6 and CYP3A4 inhibitors). This may occur within the recommended dose.
Avatar_f_tn while i'm not the biggest fan of narcotics in the world, they at least don't raise your seizure risk like ilight>tramadolilight> does and they're equally at risk for addiction ilight>withilight> ilight>tramadolilight>. Anyway, i digress. just have a heart-to-heart with your doctor. tramadol iS physically addictive, so if his concern is to not have you on an addictive medication, that ship has already sailed.
Avatar_m_tn i want to do the taper but know i don't need to start at 20. i could get by ilight>withilight> 8 per day without having withdrawals. One big problem is i only have 40 pills for the next 5 days. i know i'm going to be extremely tired and unmotivated. First off, please scare the bergeberz out of me and tell me which organs i'm screwing up? 2nd give me advice on tapering. The part i hate the most is the leg cramps, i have muscle relaxers for that.
Avatar_n_tn Hi, i am a 37 year old mom of a 5 year old and a 14 year old. Right now, i am on my 12th week- yup, that is right- twelfth week of weaning off this medication. i have been taking tramadol (3 years, off for one for pregnancy then 5 solid more) for what i was understood was fibromylaigia and "over-use" of my hands and feet b/c of kitchen work, wreath making and normal UP woman's way of life.... Much later, after SEVERAL lab tests through the Marquette General Hospital (U.P.
544292_tn?1268886268 Hi ilight>tramadolilight> Warriors, Many people have come here for many years, giving support and getting support. Because i still believe that tramadol is unique in it's ... terror and torture of humans, this thread continues. The people who can understand what you are going thru are the people who have kicked it and there's people here who come back to lend a hand. You also will never need an understanding ear as much. You can do it. You can quit. You do not need to be a slave to tramadol.
Avatar_n_tn You can prevent the withdrawal from the vicoprofen ilight>withilight> ilight>tramadolilight> (ultram) because it is an opioid just not classified as a narcotic like hydrocodone is. Ultram binds to your mu opiate receptors, the same receptors that hydrocodone binds to it just doesn't bind as strongly with them making it less potent.
544292_tn?1268886268 Good Morning ilight>tramadolilight> Warriors! We're all very happy that you have chosen to be here ilight>withilight> us! Please make yourself comfy, kick off your shoes and snuggle down. it's going to be a bumpy ride, but the end result is so worth it!
544292_tn?1268886268 Welcome ilight>tramadolilight> 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!
544292_tn?1268886268 Hello Dear ilight>tramadolilight> Warriors! i am very glad to see you all. You're in the right place if you want off the tramadol! You can do it! i believe in you!
544292_tn?1268886268 Good Morning ilight>tramadolilight> Warriors! Welcome. We're so glad you found us! You can do it. Please make yourself at home and snuggle down. it will be a bit bumpy, but worth it!
544292_tn?1268886268 Hi Friends! Welcome to part 27 of our tramadol & Ultram Recovery Group! So happy that you found us here. When i started journaling a long time ago, i could barely find anyone to help me. Not that i am happy that there's so many of us. But you know what i mean. it is easier if you have friends. Make yourself Comfy!
544292_tn?1268886268 Happy Almost Thanksgiving ilight>tramadolilight> 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!
Avatar_f_tn i'm on my third day of detox off ilight>tramadolilight>. Trying to go to sleep, and i'm very sleepy, aided by lorazepam. So i lie down and then suddenly feel surges of energy or something shooting through my arms and legs and up my back. it's not painful, but it's frustrating. i feel like i want to punch the mattress and scream. (and that actually does help, for a minute.) can anyone tell me what this is and how i might relieve it? Thank you!
Avatar_f_tn Anyone out there take ultram/ilight>tramadolilight>? This drug has turned me into a ilight>tramadolilight> prisoner. i am having a hard time stopping and i know i need to . i have taken this for a long time. First, i was prescribed this med and then i found other ways to get it. Knowbody knows i take it as much as i do. Anyone....have some advice?
544292_tn?1268886268 Hi ilight>tramadolilight> Warriors! Welcome to Part 53. This thread is full of helpful and kind people who want to help you get off this terrible drug. Please snuggle in and make yourself comfy. i know you can do it!
544292_tn?1268886268 Hi Everyone, Welcome to Part 10!
544292_tn?1268886268 Good Evening ilight>tramadolilight> Warriors, Welcome to the Conversation. When i came to withdraw from tramadol, it was very hard to find anyone who was sharing that path. The War was fought alone for awhile. But then, others joined me and now we have the continuing Conversation. This is the place to be to get off and stay off tramadol. Welcome Warriors!
544292_tn?1268886268 Welcome ilight>tramadolilight> Warriors! We're all so glad to see you here. This is the place to be if you are trying to recover from tramadol ... Please make yourself at home!
544292_tn?1268886268 Welcome ilight>tramadolilight> Warriors! Please come in and make yourself at home. All are welcome, we're very happy you are here!
544292_tn?1268886268 com/Q/How_bad_is_tramadol_withdrawal Question - How bad is ilight>tramadolilight> Withdrawal? Answer - Ultram (ilight>tramadolilight>) Withdrawal ilight>tramadolilight> is highly addictive. Normally your doctor would reduce intake slowly. Various withdrawal effects may include shakes, shivers, diarrhea, nausea, and possible flu-like symptoms. Not all people experience will all withdrawal symptoms, and some people may experience others not listed here.
544292_tn?1268886268 it'll be a bumpy ride but i know you tramadol Warrirors can do it!
Avatar_n_tn but still feeling side effects from the come down. i was taking ilight>tramadolilight> ilight>withilight> an antidepressent! i stopped taking the antidepressent thinking they wasnt agreeing with me?? but on further research into both drugs it shows that the 2 drugs dont mix very well! ive read the antidepressent amplifies the affect of the tramadol! ive been on tramadol on and off for over 5 years from having 14 ops on my leg! my longest period has been the last which has been 15-16 months on tramadol.