What is Tramadol?
Tramadol, which is also called Ultram, is a potent synthetic analgesic pain reliever. Researchers and medical practitioners don’t know the precise mechanism of this medicine, but it is identical to morphine. Similar to morphine, the medication ties to receptors in brain (opioid or narcotic receptors), which are important for sending the sensation of discomfort and pain from all over the body to brain. However, like other narcotics prescribed to heal pain, patients consuming Tramadol might abuse the drug and get addicted to it. It must be noted that this medicine is not a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory product, thus it does not involve the increased danger of internal bleeding and stomach ulcers, which can occur with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications.
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Drug Name: Tramadol (Ultram)
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Tablet Strength: 200 mg, 100 mg, 50 mg
Uses for Tramadol
Extended-release pills are used for curing moderate to severe chronic pain in medical conditions, which need continuous treatment for an extensive period. The drug should not be prescribed to heal pain in children, who are below the age of 12. Moreover, it must not be used to heal pain and discomfort after medical operation to remove adenoids and/or tonsils in children, who are below the age of 18. Children between the age of 12 and 18, who have breathing problems like severe lung disease or obstructive sleep apnea, or who are overweight, should not get Tramadols.
Is Tramadol Addictive?
Since it is a narcotic, it can become addictive, especially if it is used in larger doses for an extended period of time. The Food and Drug Administration in America has categorized Tramadol as a Schedule 4 controlled substance, which has been related with misuse, abuse and addiction. A patient may develop addiction even at the prescribed dose. Misuse or abuse can cause overdose and even death. People who take this medication for a long duration will develop symptoms of withdrawal if the doctor reduces the dose, or dosages are stopped suddenly. Withdrawal symptoms, which may occur, include heart rate, respiratory rate, increased blood pressure, diarrhea, vomiting, weight loss, nausea, insomnia, abdominal cramps, weakness, joint pain and backache.
Information for Breastfeeding and Pregnant Women
Pregnant and breastfeeding women should exercise caution before taking Tramadol. Researchers have not been able to establish safety of the drug during pregnancy. Breastfeeding mothers should not take the medicine because the infant might develop adverse effects. At the same time, an infant may also develop withdrawal symptoms and difficulty breathing. Breastfeeding and pregnant women must consult with their medic before taking any Tramadol pain pills. If the physician prescribes any dose, it will be a very low dose. Furthermore, the doses will only be recommended for a short time in order to avoid the possibility of harmful effects.