1st time I took it I threw up for a while felt nauseous after eating frozen yogart my liver gets elevated at times is this drug safe for me to take
I can only tell you how it is for me.( everyone is different) I'm taking 250mg daily of tramadol for a foot injury. I'm also on citalopram, metoprolol &
lisinopril. Been on tramadol for over a month now, I have no nauseous at
all. not even a upset stomach. For it being safe for you I can't answer that part of your question. Sorry hope you feel better soon.
You have not mentioned the dosage and other conditions , however here is my take based upon similar experience.
1.Avoid frozen yogurt, icecream at night time.
2.Nausea , Metallic test does come. Best is to reduce dosage or chnage the periodicity.
3.There could be other dietary conditions combined with this which can cause nausea. You will need to keep record for a week and see for yourself.
Ultimately One self is responsible for his health and yes Health is Wealth/
Good Luck and God Bless
Hi, a lot of people experience nausea when taking Tramadol at first. I did, and it lasted for about 2 weeks. I stuck with the medication though because it was helping my back pain. After this length of time i no longer experienced this side effect. My mother was prescribed Tramadol and she couldn't get on with it because of the nausea. Regarding you elevated liver enzymes, i am surprised your doctor prescribed this for you, as Tramadol is eliminated primarily through the liver. I would question this...
I've noticed that if you take Tramadol without eating about 30 minutes before you may get a nauseous feeling especially if you take more than 50mg. Is it safe? Well, honestly, if you're in pain they do help out. From personal experience and even users on this websites' experiences they've shared, Tramadol is very addictive. If you take it properly you still may experience the terrible withdrawal effects if for some reason you have to go a day or two without them. Don't get caught up in the good feeling you get from taking an extra dose or two, in the end it's not really worth it.
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