Tramadol belongs to the class of drugs known as opiate agonists. Primarily, tramadol works by changing the way the body senses pain. Some people with arthritis mistakenly believe that tramadol is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), but it is not. Tramadol may be prescribed as a 50 mg. immediate release tablet or as a 100, 200, or 300 mg. extended release tablet.
- What are the safety warnings for tramadol?
- What are the potential side effects of tramadol?
- What possible drug interactions may occur with tramadol?
Knowing how to use tramadol safely decreases the chance for unwanted side effects. Safety warnings about tramadol should be respected. If you are taking the medication, here are 10 Things You Should Know About Tramadol.
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