User Reviews for Tramadol Hydrochloride ER
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|Chronic Pain||2 reviews||108 medications|
|Back Pain||1 reviews||178 medications|
|Summary of Tramadol Hydrochloride ER reviews||3 reviews||1.8|
Reviews for Tramadol Hydrochloride ER
For Chronic Pain "I have been taking Tramadol ER 100 milligrams 3 times a day for over 6 years I have found out that in the beginning it helped but now as my pain has increased and my disease become more severe it doesn't help at all I have never experienced any side effects other than constipation when I add it with the rest of my meds such as Vicodin to help with the pain. I do realize that when I am taking the Vicodin it does give me the itches other than that I can't say I've experienced any other side effects."
DHJr. (taken for 5 to 10 years) July 19, 2016
11 users found this comment helpful.
For Back Pain "The first 3 days I took Tramadol Hcl tablets, 1/2 tablet in the morning, and the other half at night, as per my doctor's orders. They were 50mg. tablets. Had a slight adverse reaction the second time they were prescribed for me, so had to go slow. Most of the pain disappeared for those 3 days. On the fourth day, I took my usual dose-1/2 of a 50mg. tablet with a full glass of water, as usual. Within a few hours, I began to experience some of the side effects listed: nausea, dizziness, diarrhea, headaches, itchiness, upset stomach, and lightheadedness. I also had a few extra side effects: constant belching, acid reflux, and shortness of breath. These events lasted for several hours."
MoeJoe104 July 3, 2016
18 users found this comment helpful.
For Chronic Pain "I was taking 50 mg. of Tramadol 3/day for a total of 150 mg daily with no problem for over 10 years. My new doctor became nervous about prescribing a 3-month supply (270 pills), and switched me over to the 200 mg. Extended-Release formula. I tried it for 2 weeks, and it doesn't work, so I started supplementing it with either Advil or Tylenol. This is definitely not good. I'm now taking a higher dose of Tramadol but have to take additional drugs."
Scully12 (taken for 10 years or more) April 8, 2016
21 users found this comment helpful.
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