3 Answers - Posted in: alert, tendonitis, anxiety, pain - Answer: Yes!! It is habit forming and very addictive. Although it is not in the.
Yes!! It is habit forming and very addictive. You will have physical and mental withdrawals that is not pleasant and could last for several weeks. Although it is not in the narcotic class, the pharmacist described it to me as a 'cousin' to the opioid family.
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Hi there i was prescribed tramacet(with apap, 37.5-325mg) for chronic pain issues. Doc said to take 2 every 4 hours, so im taking between 4-6 every day. Im thinking of taking it every 2 days but that = half of my days being shitty and half of them in a good mood.
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The reason I ask about long term daily use of tramadol , I've mentioned before that taking 1 - 50mg tramadol with 400mg advil provides me really great relief most of the day. I try not to take it that often cuz I'm afraid its effectiveness will decrease. When I take it, I feel great. Should I stop worrying about it.
I take tramadol (also known as ultram) for chronic body pain. I take it almost every day. I've been taking it for three years. When I go without it, I don't suffer and Ill effects, like withdrawal symptoms. I only take it when I need it. Everyone's ability to become addicted is determined by the person themselves.