What happens When You Mix Alcohol And Tramadol?

by louis franco Pharamacist

Tramadol is used as a short-term pain management drug.It was first created by a german drug company which developed medicines for relieving pain.
Tramadol’s brand name is ultram.
Tramadol is considered as a safe medication due to its tolerance being very less but is not very useful overall as its effects are far less than other medication.
The main element in tramadol as a drug is tramadol hydrochoride also known as acetaminophen.
The molecular weight of this medication is 299.84.
It is white in color,bitter in taste,crystalline in shape & odorless powder.
We chemically call acetaminophen as N-acetyl-p-aminophenol.
Tramadol tablets contain 37.5milligram of tramadol hydrocholride and 325 milligram of acetaminophen .The color of them are yellow naturally.
This tablet also contains inactive ingredients such as carnauba wax,hypromellose,corn starch,iron oxide,magnesium stearate,poluethylene glycol,polysorbate 80,powdered cellulose,sodium starch glycolate.

Use and Abuse.

For moderate pain to moderately severe pain tramadol can be very useful and can help relieve pain .
Surgeries can be the painful and even the after affects may lead to severe pain at times.
Doctors might recommend tramadol for post-surgery pain management.
This medication can be used to lower a persons anxiety levels as well.

Tramadol 100mg might lead patients and other users to the risks of opioid addiction which can be fatal at times.
Serious respiratory disorders may occur and may lead to death.
Other serious effects include
1. Dizziness
2. Headache.
3. Drowsiness.
4. Nausea and vomiting.
5. Constipation.
6. Lethargic.
7. Sweating.

Before Taking this medication it’s recommended to see a doctor and taking it in the prescribed manner.

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