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(Tramadol)

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  • Tramadol is the ONLY medication that has EVER incredibly improved my Depression!!! It acts exactly as an SNRI without the side effects.
    Age: 52
    Gender: Man
    Taken for: Chronic pain
    Duration taken: Two years or more
  • Don't take caffeine with the drug or within an hour of taking the drug. Caffeine can enhance the side effects (can also make the medicine work faster too, however).
    Age: 34
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: Pain (moderate to moderately-severe)
    Duration taken: A year or so
  • Causes drowsiness -- take caution
    Age: 23
    Gender: Man
    Taken for: Pain (moderate to moderately-severe)
    Duration taken: A couple weeks
  • worked great for nerve damage pain but side effects made you almost completely unable to feel emotions, you are a robot, use it only if you NEED it badly
    Age: 30
    Gender: Man
    Taken for: Pain (moderate to moderately-severe)
    Duration taken: A few months
  • Taking it regularly allows me to continue to live an active life without the stomach upset of NSAIDS
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: Chronic pain
    Duration taken: Two years or more
  • Nothing like an opiate. Had no effect whatsoever
    Age: 42
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: Chronic pain
  • Great for first few weeks then completely stops working. Back to square one with high pain levels. Do not recommend as starting and stopping is hard on your system.
    Age: 27
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: Pain (moderate to moderately-severe)
  • drink lots of fluids or use biotene
    Age: 42
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: Pain (moderate to moderately-severe)
  • Follow your doctor's directions. If you have been on it for a long time and you no longer feel it is working, discuss that with your doctor. It may be an increase in dosage can help rather than taking a stronger more addictive medication.
    Age: 52
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: Chronic pain
  • MAJOR headaches
    Age: 44
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: Pain (moderate to moderately-severe)