Alcohol should not be mixed with tramadol, but its not bleeding it causes. It can cause increased CNS depression. Beer can have something to do with rectal bleeding however. If it irritates the stomach and intestinal lining.Or effects your liver.
The bleeding this morning was probably coincidental. Although you shouldn't mix alcohol with Tramadol, 100mg is a low dose & you will rarely have a side effect, as the alcohol intake wasn't excessive either. Not that you should do this again! If you were to do it regularly you probably would suffer symptoms, as Kaismama has suggested.
A doctor can set this out for you. No drinking. You never know if you will be the one who stops breathing. It all depends on the rest of you, weight, if you have sleep apnea and all sorts of problems.
I would never say this is safe. Three beers is an estimate, right?
- Tramadol Information for Consumers
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