Tramadol 50mg

Tramadol 50mg

Tramadol is a useful centrally-acting opiate painkiller meant for the management of mild to severe pain and discomfort in adults. After taking the drug, pain relief begins nearly within one hour and achieves a peak in 2 to 3 hours. Besides analgesia, the medicine may produce symptoms including pruritus, sweating, constipation, nausea, somnolence and dizziness. Contrary to morphine, Tramadol does not cause histamine release. At curative dosages, Tramadol 50mg has actually no effect on cardiac index or left-ventricular function, heart rate. However, orthostatic hypotension is observed. Each hard capsule comprises of 0.17mg sodium and 50mg tramadol hydrochloride.

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Drug Name:  Tramadol (Ultram)
Tablet Strength:  50mg
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Posology

The dose must be adjusted to intensity of pain along with sensitivity of an individual patient. Keep in mind that the lowest effective potency for analgesia must generally be selected. For relief of acute pain, a starting dose of 50mg or 100mg would be administered depending upon the overall intensity of pain. In some clinical circumstances, a total daily dosage of 400mg must not be exceeded. For chronic conditions, take an initial dosage of 50mg and later titrate dose depending upon pain severity. Initial potency might be followed if essential by 50-100mg every 4-5 hours. Patients should always get the lowest dosage, which renders effective pain control.

When Not to Take?

If a person has a history of allergy to opiate analgesics, Tramadol tablets 50mg should not be recommended to them. Moreover, if an individual is suffering from breathing problems occurring from hypercapnia or asthma, this medication must not be administered to them. It has been observed that many people develop moderate to severe habit forming tendencies if they take this medicine for an extensive time than prescribed. Unnecessary dependence and withdrawal symptoms would develop in individuals, who have been taking the drug for a long duration. Therefore, the potencies should only be taken under a medical practitioner’s supervision.

Use of this medication is not recommended for pregnant women because there is a clear lack of conclusive proof from clinical studies. Nevertheless, the potential benefits may justify the use of Tramadol, despite of some risks involved. The medicine is not expected to be present in breast milk in alerting quantities. Nonetheless, the risk of detrimental effects on an infant cannot be dismissed, thus it is not prescribed for use. A person should always speak with a healthcare professional about the benefits and risks of taking this medicine. As precaution is always better than cure, making a wise decision before taking Tramadol will yield positive results.