3 Nov 2012
Tramadol is not a federally controlled substance but some states have made it a Schedule IV. Be very careful though, it is addictive and has some strong withdrawal symptoms. Tramadol is a synthetic opioid, which means it has the structure of narcotics like hydrocodone or oxycodone without the strong euphoric effect.
It can cause euphoria if taken in high doses but high doses causes seizures. Also, please be VERY CAREFUL if you are taking any other anti-depressants like Wellbutrin, Cymbalta, Effexor or other SSRIs. These anti-depressants effect the level of Serotonin in the brain. Too much and it causes "Serotonin Syndrome", which can also cause seizures among other things.
1 Aug 2013
Tramadol is not a federally controlled drug, however the following U.S. states have elected to make tramadol a schedule IV controlled drug: Arkansas, Tennessee, Illinois, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky, Wyoming, Mississippi, North Dakota, Oklahoma and the U.S. military, with other states considering similar actions.
2 Aug 2013
So ironic. I just had appt with pain doc this morning and had to have a urine test. They tell me they are checking my Morphine, Fentanyl, Gabapentin, and Xanax levels. They were marked in a certain section of the test paper I had to sign. I noticed that Tramadol IS listed on another part of the form, so, some docs are checking for it.
- Tramadol Information for Consumers
- Tramadol Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Tramadol (detailed)
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1 answer • 2 Jun 2011
I'm addicted to tramadol I take 600mg. A day does anyone know the best way to deal and cope with all
... these side effects??? From restlessness to depression not sleeping nausea feeling spaced out no sleep at all etc.. the list goes on. Please help ...
7 answers • 16 Jun 2011
Can anyone help me out I'm really suffering coz tramadol has been banned in my country and I'm in deep body pain and can't sleep
6 answers • 4 Jan 2013
Why is my doctor/pharmacist telling me that the new tramadol has percocet in/have to pick up script?
both doctor and pharmacist (Walgreens) are telling me that the new tramadol has percocet in it and that i have to go to doctors office to get scripts ...
6 answers • 10 Jul 2014