Tramadol is an oral medication used to help relieve persistent moderate to moderate severe pain. Tramadol is similar to opioid (narcotic) analgesics. It works within the brain to alter how your body feels and responds to pain.
Tramadol is an analgesic oral medication for the treatment of moderate to severe pain in adults.
The drug must be prescribed by a doctor and can only be obtained by prescription.
Patients taking this medication should remind the doctor about any problems with this medication and any abnormal side effects, symptoms or troublesome side effects.
Care should be taken to ensure that the drug is taken exactly as prescribed.
The risk of addiction is usually high for most opioids. However, addicts are not at high risk of taking tramadol.
Read the drug prescription and the patient health information leaflet that comes with each refill. There may be new health care information.
There are several trademarks for tramadol: Ultram, Ultram ER, Ryzolt and ConZip.
Side effects related to tramadol use include:
- Mood swings
- Muscle cramps or stiffness
- Dry mouth
- Feel discomfort (discomfort)
- Menopause symptoms
- Frequent urination
- Urine retention
- Vasodilation (vasodilation)
- Visual impairment
- Gait abnormality
- cognitive dysfunction
- Hard to focus
- feeling anxious
- Painful urination
- Irregular menstruation
- Kinematic weakness
- Dizziness when standing (orthostatic hypotension)
- Numbness and tingling
- Suicidal tendency
- Syncope (syncope)
- Fast heart rate
- Electrocardiogram abnormalities (ECG)
- Swelling (angioedema)
- Hypertension (hypertension)
- Low blood pressure (hypotension), which can be severe
- Reduce blood flow to the heart (myocardial ischemia)
- Withdrawal syndrome
- Life-threatening respiratory depression
- Neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome
- Adrenal insufficiency
- stomach ache
- Serotonin Syndrome
- Severe allergic reaction (allergic reaction)
- Androgen deficiency
What other drugs interact with TRAMADOL (ULTRAM)?
If your doctor is using this medication to treat your pain, your doctor or pharmacist may be aware of any possible drug interactions and may monitor them. Do not start, stop or change the dosage of any medications before contacting your doctor, healthcare provider or pharmacist.
Tramadol’s severe interactions include:
Tramadol has severe interactions with at least 49 different drugs.
Tramadol has a moderate degree of interaction with at least 269 different drugs.
The slight interactions of tramadol include:
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This information does not contain all possible interactions or adverse effects. Therefore, before using this product, inform your doctor or pharmacist of all the products you use. Keep a list of all your medications with you and share this information with your doctor and pharmacist. Consult your healthcare professional or doctor for additional medical advice or if you have health issues, concerns, or more information about this medicine.