I have been taking Tramadol a long time for Fibromyalgia and when I don't have any to take, I start having some kind of shocks to my body. What is this? Does this have anything to do with my Nerve Damage?
31 May 2010
Sounds like it could be withdrawals from the tramadol as it is highly addictive. It is also know to cause seizures if you take more than prescribed. Be careful with this shit and use it only if you really have to. This drug is a very weak painkiller and there are much safer and overall better painkillers out there... Dave
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