I used to take reg 50mg tramadol 4x a day now it's been reduced to 37.5mg with acetaminophen how many of the 37.5 can make 100mg of tramadol?
Here's the problem. You do that you get too much tylenol. You would need 2.66666 tablets to make 100 mg. If yours aren't helping you should talk to your dr. I've never found those to do anything, there isn't enough tramadol in them.
Hi, the idea is to take one 37.5mg Tramadol (combined with Acetaminophen) instead of the regular 50mg Tramadol. So 2 x 37.5mg would replace 2 x 50mg. If you don't think the combination Tramadol are treating your pain sufficiently, you can ask your doctor to go back to the standard 50mg tablets.
your best bet would be call your doctor and let then no the medicine isnt helping have the doctor up the dose or ask to try something else
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