Re: tramadol?

From: Tammie (
Wed Aug 12 18:55:20 2009

At Tue, 11 Aug 2009, IAS Admin wrote: > I can't take tramadol for it makes me itch. I asked my doctor and she said
that along with my ativan it caused me to be allergic. This is what they gave me for pain untill I can get my adhesion surgery done. I have had multiple adhesions since I was 23 yrs of age and now I am 38 and looking to having another one. My last one was a mess, the doctor that performed it tore my right ureter and I had to have a right uretal hitch a week later. I can understand why all others hurt too. I am taking aleve twice a day for I don't know what else that want upset my stomach, for I have a bowel obstruction due to the adhesions. Please feel free to chat with me anytime and I will keep you in my prayers.........

>From: [] On Behalf Of
>Joanna Rice
>Sent: Monday, August 10, 2009 9:25 AM
>Subject: Re: tramadol?
>I have been on tramadol for about 10 yrs. I don't take it everyday, just
>when I am in pain. I have not seen any problems. The heavier pain meds make
>me itch too. All though, I still have to take them every now and then and
>when in hospital. I have found I have to take 2 instead of one, when i need
>it for pain.
>Hope this helps

>> Date: Sat, 8 Aug 2009 11:43:07 -0500
>> From:
>> To:
>> Subject: tramadol?
>> Sender: (Donna B)
>> Subject: tramadol?
>> has anyone here had experience with long term use of tramadol? It is
>> helping to reduce pain and I have very few side effects. Opiates make
>> me ITCH and tramadol is a synthetic opiate, not rated as a narcotic and
>> is much easier on my overall health, so far, than any other pain med I
>> have used.

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