Tramodol is a common misspelling of tramadol).
What is tramadol (tramodol)?
Tramadol (tramodol) is a narcotic-like pain reliever used to treat moderate to moderately severe pain. It works in certain areas of the brain and nervous system to decrease pain.
Do not take tramadol (tramodol) if you have had an allergic reaction to tramadol, codeine, or other opioids in the past.Tramadol (tramodol), like other opioids, can be abused or cause dependence. People who are suicidal or have a history of drug addiction should not take tramadol (tramodol). Do not take more than the recommended dose of tramadol (tramodol). Taking more than the recommended dose of tramadol (tramodol) alone or in combination with alcohol or medications such as tranquilizers, hypnotics or other opioids, can cause respiratory depression, seizures, overdose and possibly death.
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Frequently asked questions
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