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Help needed - regarding Ultram, ultracet, tramadol
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    Jen62Dar is offline New Member
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    Default Help needed - regarding Ultram, ultracet, tramadol

    What is the difference between Tramadol and ultracet? Is there any? Is one a generic version of the other? Also, what about the difference between Norco and Tramadol? I thought Norco had hydrocodone and Tramadol had something else? All of them have Tylenol, correct??

    Any help would be appreciated.


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    moondust50 is offline New Member
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    Yes, ultracet is the generic version of Tramadol. I believe Norco is another name for Vicodin. It contains acetaminophen (tylenol) and hydrocodone.

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    Tramadol is the generic name for Ultram. Ultram contains 50 mg tramadol.

    Ultracet contains 37.5 mg tramadol and 325 mg acetaminophen.

    You can read all about both products at:

    http://www.orthomcneil.com/healthinf...ts/ultram.html

    Norco, a brand name of hydrocodone and acetaminophen, is a different type of analgesic than Ultram or Ultracet. Norco and other hydrocodone/APAP combos are Schedule III; tramadol is not a scheduled substance at the current time.

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