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Can tramadol help a common cold?

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bestpup 15 March 2019

Hello Damon40
No, tramadol is not intended to be used for the common cold. Despite general aches and pains that may occur from the common cold, it's not intended for colds.
Tramadol is a class lV narcotic prescribed to people who suffer from moderate to severe pain.
If you are suffering from the common cold I would recommend an OTC cold medication or speak with your local pharmacist. Explain to the pharmacist your symptoms and they can point you to the correct OTC cold medication.

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