I have 50mg tramadol, does ot come in lower or higher mg?
28 Oct 2012
Actually, the dosages in the US are 50, 100, 200 and 300mg. But as others say... be very careful. Also, if you are taking any anti-depressants like Cymbalta, Effexor or Wellbutrin..beware. Tramadol acts on the Serotonin levels in your brain and if you take any other medications that act on Serotonin, you risk Serotonin Syndromes which causes the seizures and other problems.
Doctors like to prescribe it because it is a synthetic narcotic but it is just as dangerous because it packs the same withdrawal punch without the narcotic high you would get with hydrocodone and other narcotics.
9 May 2014
I take 100 mg's 3 times a day and it doesn't do much for my severe Lower Back pain. Though I have lived with RLS for the majority of my life and this drug has completely relived me of any symptoms of Restless leg syndrome. I would recommend one 50mg one hour before bed to completely relive you of this very sleep depriving issue. The withdrawal is very severe with continuous mini seizures throughout the entire day and night. I have gone through withdrawal of other proscription drugs and this one is by far the worst! Take with extreme caution!
- Tramadol Information for Consumers
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