4 Mar 2012
Tramadol is not currently controlled under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA). Arkansas and Kentucky have designated tramadol as a schedule IV drug under state law. Louisiana passed legislation that identifies tramadol as a drug of abuse; demonstrating potential for abuse. It is classified as a central nervous system drug. I hope this answers your question.
- Tramadol Information for Consumers
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1 answer • 19 Jul 2011
I have severe arthritis in my shoulder. The tramadol is worse than taking nothing since it can upset my stomach. I have to wait 3 weeks for an appt. ...
5 answers • 10 Dec 2011
I was prescribed Tramadol for arthritis- like pain in my hands & joints because of the repetitivene?
Repetitiveness of my job. I was only prescribed two 50 mg per day which did absolutely nothing so I gradually increased to 3 & then 4 & then ...
8 answers • 23 Jul 2012
It helps with degenerative disc disease and arthritis from past industrial injuries, (etc.). I only take 25 mg daily (and even the doctors wonder how ...
3 answers • 21 Aug 2014