Tramadol Best Pain Relief

By Olivia Andrews Published 01/23/2007 | Health

Tramadol is a prescription medication approved by the Food drugs Administration (FDA). Tramodal is used to relive moderate to moderately sever pain. Worldwide 55 million patients prescribe to have tramodal for their pain relief.

Most commonly, it is used to treat pain caused by surgery and chronic condition such as cancer or joint pain. Tramadol is in a class of medication called as opiate analgesics. It works by decreasing the body's sense of pain. That is why after applying it you cannot feel that pain.

Tramadol is an oral medication and it is taken by mouth as prescribed. It is usually taken every 4 to 6 hours as needed. Make sure that you take this medication accordingly your doctor's prescription. This drug can be habit-forming so do not increase your dose, use it more frequently or use it for a longer period than prescribed. When used for extended period, this medication may not work as well and may require different dosing. Consult your doctor if the medication is not working well or when you feel you are getting the result even after making use of it.

Tarmadol medication may cause some commonly side effect such as dizziness, incoordination, weakness, nausea or vomiting, stomach upset, headache, constipation, anxiety, drowsiness, irritability, dry mouth, or increasing sweating. If you analyze any one of these side effects, inform your doctor.

In case if you develop, any serous effects while taking this medication like chest pain, skin rash, rapid heart bit mental confusion, trouble in breathing then immediately  notify your doctor about this. Do not stop taking tramadol suddenly without informing your doctor. If you stop it suddenly then you may experience side effects. Let your doctor decide about stopping your medication.

Before you start with tramadol tell your doctor your medical history. Especially of kidney disease, liver disease, lung disease any allergies you may have. Discuss all the benefits and risk of this medication with your doctor.

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Olivia Andrews, writing is a freelance journalist and has written many reviews on subjects such as finance, education, health, entertainment, music, gifts, crafts, travel, apparels, and mobile phones.