... later ive vomited 6 times. what do i do?
You should never break these in half since if their extended release it's releasing all the drug at once and could cause an overdose. I would contact your doctor, pharmacist or some other health care professional at once. In the mean time keep yourself hydrated. Is someone else with you to watch over you? Please be careful & take care. Kim.
Vomiting is listed as a serious side effect to Tramadol. Please go to the nearest emergency room right away. I am giving you a link to read about his drug. Vomiting is a serious side effect. Please, do not ignore this warning. Hope you are better now, but do not take this lightly, & do not take more until you have been evaluated, or talk with your doctor. Hope this helps... Mary
Seems obvious maybe you shouldn't be taking this stuff? Is it prescribed? If so, you should discuss it with the prescribing Dr, if not, and if the source is in question and hopefully you didn't get something other than what you thought you got.
Obviously if you keep throwing up you should get medial help right away. Hope this helps.
- Tramadol Information for Consumers
- Tramadol Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Tramadol (detailed)
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