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Top 20 Things To Know Before You Buy Tramadol

Updated on June 28, 2009

 Before you buy tramadol you should know that:

  1. The drug should be used with caution in patients at risk of respiratory depression, as if high doses are administered or the drug is associated with anesthetics or alcohol or other substances that depress the respiratory function, respiratory depression may occur.
  2. The drug should be used with caution in patients with excessive bronchial secretions or in a state of shock. Be aware of this before you buy tramadol.
  3. In case of failure of liver or kidney function dosage of tramadol should be decreased.
  4. When you buy tramadol you should be aware that it should never be used in patients who have been demonstrated to be hypersensitive to opioids.
  5. Tramadol should not be used in patients dependent on opiates. It may result in relapse patients who are former drug addicts. Furthermore, patients who have recently taken high doses of opioids, even for therapeutic purposes, may show withdrawal symptoms. Consequently, do not buy tramadol in these cases as it is not recommended in patients at risk of addiction.
  6. Tramadol should be used with caution in patients with increased intracranial pressure or brain injury, because the miotic effect can mask the symptoms of intracranial pathology.
  7. Do not buy tramadol as a treatment for drug addicts: although it is an opioid agonist, it is unable to suppress the symptoms of morphine withdrawal.
  8. For the injectable form, there is the risk of hypotension, respiratory depression and anaphylactoid shock, thus the first dose of injection when you buy tramadol should be conducted under strict medical supervision.
  9. The physician should avoid rapid intravenous administration because it is associated with an increased incidence of side effects.
  10. The concomitant administration of tramadol with drugs which have an action of depressing the central nervous system such as alcohol, hypnotics, neuroleptics, antidepressants with sedative component, may enhance the sedative effect of tramadol.
  11. Tramadol should not be administered simultaneously with other opioids or MAO inhibitors. The prescribing physician must be aware of these interactions prior to writing a scrip to buy tramadol.
  12. Animal studies have shown that tramadol at very high doses produce effects on the fetal development of organs and bones and strongly implact neonatal mortality as Tramadol passes the placental barrier.
  13. There is still insufficient data on safety of tramadol during pregnancy therefore Therefore if you are pregnant woman you should refrain from your impulse to buy tramadol.
  14. The product, even at the doses indicated, may alter the response capacity and therefore reduce the ability to drive a vehicle or operate machinery. The phenomenon may be facilitated by the association with alcohol or antihistamines.
  15. As with other painkillers in the same opiate class, there have been reports of the occurrence of sweating, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, dry oral mucosa, somnolence, fatigue, hypotension, cardiovascular collapse, palpitations, tachycardia, bradycardia, constipation, headache, dyspepsia, diarrhea, urinary retention, and menopausal symptoms.
  16. A proportion of patients at between 7 and 14% (the highest percentage refers to patients who had taken the drug for up to 90 days) who went ahead and did buy tramadol found that there are signs of stimulation of the central nervous system which include: anxiety, nervousness , agitation, tremor, muscle rigidity, euphoria, hallucinations and alterations of cognitive ability. There have also been reports of convulsions.
  17. There has also been reports of a worsening of asthma, although the causal relationship with tramadol has not been established.
  18. There has also been reports of respiratory depression, which can occur when they are considerably exceeded and the recommended doses are administered at the same drugs that depress the central nervous system.
  19. The symptoms of the withdrawal response are similar to those that appear in the syndrome of withdrawal from opioids in people who buy tramadol: agitation, anxiety, nervousness, insomnia, hyperkinesia, tremors, and gastrointestinal symptoms.
  20. You should always consult your physician and never short circuit the proper medical process by proceeding to buy tramadol through sources which do not require a prescription.


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