Monitoring should reveal if emerging patterns of use or abuse are developing. Sports medicine researchers also listen to athletes and try to see if drugs are being abused. Tramadol is a strong and effective pain killer. Used properly it is excellent for severe injuries, fractures and muscular and soft tissue.
comments. As with all prescription medications it has its place but using it as a cyclist should be discussed in detail with your doctor.
But this should be discussed with the prescribing doctor who should be told what sort of exercise or competition you take part in. Using it as prescribed after a serious injury is probably Okay.
There is a growing clamour for it to be restricted to out of competition use. It is also becoming clear that it is more addictive than was first thought.
It is certainly not a drug like EPO that will dramatically increase your aerobic ability.
I figure my doctors are lyin to me but I've had several very serious accidents and all aI got was tramadol. The doc says it the stronest painkiller available orrally which sounds likw bull shit. So has anyone out the been perscribed something better that than panadol? is it even available in Australia? ps before.
View Full Version : Have you ever had a docter perscribe you some STRONG pain killer?