Re: tramadol?

From: Donna B (
Mon Aug 24 21:04:15 2009

50mg takes the edge off and I am able to go about my day without the distraction of pain. I have taken 100mg at once and felt woozy and itchy. I try my best to only take one a day, I am so used to dealing with pain and really just need a break from it so that I can work. (or think, or read, or knit or sleep...)

At Sat, 22 Aug 2009, linda wrote: >
>What dosage of Tramadol do you find helps you?

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>Subject: tramadol?
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>> Hey,
>> Tramadol is an anti-inflammatory. Kind of like a "souped-up ibuprofen".
It >> works great. But if you are prone to careful. It will bother
>> them. Hope this helps
>> Christina
>> In a message dated 8/8/2009 12:43:45 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
>> writes:
>> 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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