Tramadol is a central synthetic opioid analgesic and SNRI (serotonin / norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor), structurally linked to codeine and morphine. Due to its good tolerance and multiple mechanisms of action, tramadol is generally considered a low-risk opioid for the treatment of moderate to severe pain.
How to use Tramadol 100mg
Take this medicine with or without eating anything. The extremesuggested dose is 400 mg per day. If you are over 75, the maximum recommended dose is 300 mg per day. Do not increase the dose, take the medication more frequently, or take more time than the prescribed time. Follow the directions to properly stop the medication. Pain relievers work best if the first signs of pain appear. If you wait for the pain to get worse, the medicine may not work properly.
Side Effects of Tramadol 100mg
This medication can increase serotonin and rarely cause a very serious condition called serotonin syndrome / toxicity. Tramadol turns into a powerful opioid in your body. In some people, this change occurs faster and more thoroughly than usual, increasing the risk of serious side effects. If you experience any of the following symptoms, see a doctor immediately: slow / shallow breathing, drowsiness / difficulty waking up and loss of consciousness.
Storage of Tramadol 100mg
Store this medicine in a tight box at room temperature. Keep this medicine away from children’s.
Precautions of Tramadol 100mg
Special care is required when using Tramadol in certain circumstances. Tell the doctor if you have:
A history of dyspnea
Galactose intolerance: Traumatic SR tablets contain lactose. Before you start using Tramadol, you should seek expert medical advice
Head trauma, recent electric shock, or decreased consciousness: these factors can cause increased intracranial pressure (cranial pressure) caused by swelling of the brain and make Tramadol dangerous. Trauma can also make it more difficult for doctors to diagnose a condition in the skull
- Liver or kidney disease
- Severe gastrointestinal diseases
- History dependent or dependent on other analgesics or opioids
- Allergic reactions prior to medication
Drug Interactions Tramadol 100mg
The use of tramadol in combination with a monoamine oxidase inhibitor or an MAOI (e.g. transcyclopropylamine [Parnate]) or selective serotonin inhibitors (SSRIs) (e.g. fluoxetine [Prozac]) may cause side effects such as seizures or a condition called serotonin syndrome. Combining tramadol with alcohol, anesthetics, anesthetics, sedatives or sedative hypnotics can improve the central nervous system and respiratory depression. This can reduce the level of consciousness or cause respiratory failure.
Overdose Tramadol 100mg
People who abuse tramadol for recreational purposes or who become tolerant after taking it for a certain period of time may take more than the recommended dose of medication and the risk of overdose increases.
Symptoms of an overdose of tramadol include:
- Reduced pupil size (precise pupil).
- Breathe slowly.
- The heart rate is slow or irregular.
- Cold skin, chills.