do all opiates keep you awake. Tramadol I could not take at night. Also do all opiates make you sweat? It made me have severe sweats and increased my hotflashes. Are there some that do not cause these things to happen. Thank you
26 Jul 2010
Hi opiates as a group work in the same way mostly, although you might notice subtle differences, and so may also notice subtle differences in the side affects. I take tramadol and they also keep me awake and they also make me sweat loads more than normal, so just so you know that is normal for them. Tramadol are the only kind of opiate I have taken, but as i believe it is a case of trial and error as to which will be best for you as people can develop many different side effects, from person to person.
Have you researched opiates as a group or sought any medical advice yet?
- Tramadol Information for Consumers
- Tramadol Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Tramadol (detailed)
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