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Can a person that has an allergic reaction to sulfa use tramadol?

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vugonow 29 March 2013

It may be possible to take both, but I happen to be allergic to both of them. I got a severe rash on my thighs and back from both. Found out about sulfa drugs in 1989, and Tramadol in 2012.

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Purplerose_13 26 March 2013

I myself am allergic to sulfa and have taken tramadol with no issues or side affects

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Delila 26 March 2013

Hi, Inactive ingredients in Tramadol tablets are: pregelatinized corn starch, modified starch (corn), hypromellose, lactose, magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose, polyethylene glycol, polysorbate 80, sodium starch glycolate, titanium dioxide and carnauba wax.
So you should be OK. Check with your doctor or a pharmacist if you are unsure.

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madhupjoshimd 26 March 2013

there does not seem to be any cross reactivity with sulfa compounds in my review of the medication.
Madhup Joshi, MD
Maui, Hawaii

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kaismama 26 March 2013

They have no relationship to each other.

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