... damage my liver more than it already is? I was recently diagnosed with cirrhosis but no hepatitis
Liver Cirrhosis - I have low grade cirrhosis. I take six 50mg tramadol per day for pain. Will this?
Question posted by Claunch Joe on 14 Oct 2015
Last updated on 30 September 2018 by artisticsence
A friend referred me to a miracle drug ie: SAM e for cirrhosis. Tis sold at Sams Club as non prescription. Any input is appreciated!
I didn't ever drink that much... one period in my life for a few months... most of my life not at all.
When I was diagnosed stage 4 cirrosis, I naturally asked how ? .
My doctor reviewed my chart and said " medications, ALL of them. The liver cannot filter out the fillers and additives in over the counter or prescription and most synthetic medications. "
So ANYONE and EVERYONE can and likely will have some level of cirrosis unless they learn FOOD IS MEDICINE and you EAT GOOD so you DON'T GET SICK.
You're Doctor knows this. You don't want to look all ignorant going to the doctor getting pills because you wouldn't eat your greens !
Blessings and love to all !
I have always told my Drs.about my hep C. Tramadol works through the kidneys, you should be okay, but I am not a Dr.
hi , i was diagnosed with cirrohosis 2 1/2 years ago and im on tramadol 50 mg six tabs a day also, per my lab work it really has not had a negative effect on my liver nor my kidneys, but each person is different , and i've been on the tramadol for 2 of those years. i hope i was a little help, i'll put you prayers.
Hi, i would like to refer you to a Q&A on Drugs.com regarding this subject: https://www.drugs.com/answers/how-is-tramadol-processed-out-of-the-body-through-368555.html
Taking Tramadol at high doses regularly will put extra strain on your Liver, please speak with you doctor about the risks...
Your dose of 300mg per day puts you in the upper range. Without getting a liver profile done, you won't know how or whether it is affecting your liver. A routine blood test can tell you that. In the meantime, you should obviously take the minimum amount needed to control your pain. I believe tramadol is harder on the kidneys than it is on the liver, and the same blood test can be used to check that too.
- Tramadol uses and safety info
- Tramadol information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side effects of Tramadol (detailed)
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