26 Jan 2010
no-tramadol is not even a opiate-opioid... What you may be confusing is the manufacture of Tramadol states that the painkilling strength of Tramadol is comparable to Tylenol#3. Tramadol is a piss poor painkiller that causes seizures if you take to much. There is no set amount as to what dosage causes seizures, it's different for everyone. A really useless drug that is slowly losing the battle for a spot with doctors ordering it... Dave
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1 answer • 6 Jan 2010
a friend of mine is very allergic to codeine and he is suffering a tooth ache. Can he take tramadol?
1 answer • 7 Feb 2010
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2 answers • 23 Aug 2011
I also take Tramadol but want to reduce the amount of pills taken a day
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