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Contrave - I was wondering if anyone has taken Tramadol, which is not a narcotic but a narcotic-like
- 14 Aug 2015 by betty925
- 3 July 2017
- back pain, tramadol, chronic pain, narcotic, contrave, drug
Added 15 Aug 2015:
As anyone taken Tramadol, which is not a narcotic but narcotic-like drug while they taking Contrave?
Betty925 what is your full question. I'd like to help I was on tramadol for awhile
Tramadol is still contraindicated with Contrave, however, it is not because of the Naltrexone, but rather bupropion apparently interferes with the body's activation of Tramadol as a pain reliever.
Hi, the Contrave/Naltrexone will block the full effects of the Tramadol, because Tramadol is a synthetic opiate, and Contrave is an opiate blocker
Tramadol is a narcotic now it is on the DEA list and a category 4 pain reliever
I am presently taking tramadol for pain. It is doing nothing for my pain. It relieves for a very short amount of time. Hospital ER prescribed it for me. Getting a different scrip from my primary.
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