I need a list of pain releivers similar to tramadol? that is strong, narcotic like but non-narcotic?

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9 Feb 2012

The word Narcotic has changed through the years. Originally it was defined as a sedative type drug such as Barbiturates and Morphine, but now has a different meaning. The new definition came around due to the FDA's improper use of the word to imply a class of potent mind altering drugs such as LSD, Crystal Meth, and Heroin. I know that you are not referring to any of these drugs, but felt that I should first clarify.

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3 Apr 2013

torodol is a non narcotic pain reliever. you might mention this one to your dr. hope this info is helpful

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Cole00 19 Jul 2013

Yes tordol is non narcotic but some can not take it. Motrin 800 works better then tordol if u can take NSAIDs

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