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User Reviews for Acetaminophen / tramadol

Also known as: Tramapap, Ultracet

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Reviews for Acetaminophen/tramadol to treat Rheumatoid Arthritis

"I was originally prescribed this medication (it's called zaldiar where I live but is the same as Ultracet) when I got shingles and it helped a lot. I've since continued to take it since I was also diagnosed with RA as it works incredibly well for me. It means the difference between controlling my pain sufficiently I can keep working, and being almost unable to function. It helps with both the pain and fatigue I feel -- when I first started to take it the effect was so profound I felt as though I was back to "normal me". I'm now taking 2 tablets twice a day and that's sufficient to keep everything under control most days. If I need to I can take them 3-4 times a day but that's rare for me unless I'm having a major RA flare."

   
9.0

Diddie November 12, 2017

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"I have RA, nerve damage and widespread pain. Helps better than just tramadol by itself, don't know why cause its a lower dose."

   
8.0

Sv12 (taken for less than 1 month) January 19, 2016

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Ultracet (acetaminophen / tramadol): "I had a rheumatoid arthritis flare-up and hadn't experienced relief in weeks. I took Aleve which normally works, Mobic which worked a bit, Naproxen which didn't work at all, and then Ultracet which worked wonders. I finally experienced incredible joint relief and slept through the night."

   
9.0

Anonymous September 3, 2011

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