Is there a narcotic called "darvicet" that is mixed with any of the "tramadol" medicines?
1 Oct 2009
There is no opiate in tramadol although it does have opiate like qualities. Darvocet is propoxyphene and is a very weak opiate that is rarely used anymore. Tramadol has been around for a couple years and is not a narcotic or opiate it's just a pain reliever with the pain killing strength equal to tylenol#3... Dave
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