I have been prescribed several different meds for my back pain (arthritis). Ultram was the only one that actually helped relieve the pain but i also got an allergic reaction from it which isn't good. So i just want to know are there any other meds out there that have the same effect that will most likely not give me an allergic reaction? Also I have never been allergic to anything else in my life and the meds that my DR prescribed me were diclofenac 50mg, cyclobenzaprine 10mg, nabumetone 500mg and i am currently on nortriptyline 10mg. I dont know the MG of the ultram because i just threw them away like my DR asked. I cant sleep, barely want to leave the house, cant even walk or play with my puppy at times and i just want relief so i can go back to work and go on with my life. Thanks In Advance If Anyone Knows
5 Sep 2009
There are a lot of pain relief options available for arthritis.
It seems like your doctor is trying hard to come up with the best possible pain relief option for you. Talk to your doctor and he will definitely be able to prescribe something that works. It is unfortunate that you had an allergic reaction to Ultram.
- Ultram Information for Consumers
- Ultram Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Ultram (detailed)
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