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What's the difference between hydrocortisone/acetamin 7.5-325mg and tramadol hcl 50 mg?

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kaismama 29 Aug 2014

I"m going to guess here and assume you mean hydrocodone/acetaminophen. One is a controlled drug and according to the federal govt tramadol is not. Some states have made it a controlled medication. Pain relief wise, I don't see much difference in them. Hydrocodone is an opiod, tramadol isn't.

Delila 30 Aug 2014

Hi, as detailed on, Tramadol is a Narcotic like pain killer, and Hydrocodone (bitartrate) is an opioid analgesic and antitussive

Quando62 30 Aug 2014

As of August 18th, Tramadol is a controlled substance. I'm on it. Schedule 4

Delila 31 Aug 2014

Hi, is that in the US? I'm in the UK and it isn't controlled here free discount card

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