Buy Ultram Online without Prescription
Ultram, Tramadol, is a drug that is used to treat moderate to severe pain. It has a formulation of C16H25NO2, comes under a brand name of Ultram, Ultram ER etc, acts in central nervous system to relieve pain and it is prescribed to relieve pain since 1998.
|Active substance||Tramadol hydrochloride|
|Dosage||100mg, 200 mg|
|Used for||To treat moderate to severe pain|
What is Ultram and what it treats?
Ultram is an opioid drug which is being used to treat moderate to moderately severe pain. It’s a drug that provides pain relieve. It is also available in injection form.
- Used to treat moderate to severe pain
- It is also used to cure pain after surgery
- The extended-release capsules of Ultram used to treat chronic pain
- Also used to treat back pain
Indications of Ultram (Tramadol)
Ultram is indicated for people who are being treated with non-opioid medication and have not been getting the desired results or are non-tolerated to the medication. It is used for people who have severe chronic pain (long-term pain).
Dosages of Ultram (Tramadol)
Tablet form, immediate release: schedule IV
- 50mg (Ultram, generic)
- 100mg (generic)
Capsule, extended release: Schedule IV
- 100mg (ConZip)
- 150mg (ConZip)
- 200mg (ConZip)
- 300mg (ConZip)
If you forgot to take a dose of Ultram, skip that one and take the upcoming dose on its right time to avoid bad consequences.
Most common side effects are
- feeling of warmth
- feeling unusually cold
- itching or skin rash
- loss of strength or weakness
- muscle aches and pains
Least common side effects are
- Excess gas
- Urinary retention
- Frequent urination
- Blurry vision
- Trouble performing routine tasks
- Numbness or tingling, especially in the hands or feet
- Changes to physical sensations, especially decreased sensation
Tramadol should not be taken with MAO inhibitors or serotonin precursors (such as L-tryptophan or ox triptan) and should be combined with caution with other serotonergic drugs (triptans, certain tricyclic antidepressants, lithium, St. John’s Wort) due to the risk of serotonin syndrome.
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