Tramacet

Last Update May 28, 2016
Tramacet is a pain relief medication (opioid).
Uses: Tramacet is prescribed for Pain and is mostly mentioned together with this indication. Read More
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2.3
Concern level
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Positive 188 "I use tramacet which is tramadol plus acetamitophen. Or however you spell 'tylenol '. LOL Anyways, it's way less addicting as far as stats go. It's also has a lot less side effects. If you can... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 179 "I just stopped taking Tramacet after being on it for a month. The withdrawal has been absolute hell: nausea, chills, sweating, trouble sleeping. It has been 48 hours. I phoned the... "Read more negative discussions
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| marie.vannieu
Can I take a pain tablet as tramacet with the tramahexal 150gr sr or any other pain tablet in the morning for severe muscle pain in the day

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| Altafjiwani
Can i take tramacet with victims

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| Jenny
I have been prescribed tramacet for fibromyalgia. It has been amazing I am now able to do so much more, I was becoming totally dependant on others because I was in so much pain, but now I can be a proper mum again for most of the time anyway.
I experienced blurred vision once when I first started taking it. However, it could be my age but I have noticed a rapid decrease in my sight and feel that I now need reading glasses as I cannot see close up things so readily. I have a lot of headaches too but again cannot clarify this as a definite side effect of the drug

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Vomiting after taking Tramacet
| J J
After experiencing severe vomiting from taking Tramacet at home I swore off of it forever. I recently had serious abdominal surgery and afterwards had a nurse insist I take Tramacet despite my efforts to convince her it would make me vomit. I was still "out of it" from the surgery and didn't have my wits about me. It was on my file prior to surgery to not give me Tramacet. I had made certain of that. The nurse gave it to me anyway. Sure enough, within an hour I was vomiting violently. Too bad that nurse was off duty. Why do some nurses think they know better than you do? Another nurse gave me an injection of Zofran which killed the nausea and allowed me to sleep peacefully all night. Nurses need to listen to patients and read their files before they go ahead acting like they know it all. Vomiting was so painful with an open incision held together with staples.

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Facts about Tramacet

Alcohol warning on Tramacet
There may be a negative interaction between Tramacet and alcohol.
How do I obtain Tramacet?
Prescription in the USA
Ingredients
Tramadol Hcl/Acetaminophen, Tramadol Hcl
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