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Does Tramadol HCL 50 mg contribute to High Blood Pressure?

9.26.2018 | Dylan Leapman
Can tramadol tablets raise blood pressure
Does Tramadol HCL 50 mg contribute to High Blood Pressure?

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One follow up point but, I think, is important and you are the perfect type of person to do this for your family. You will find your "weak" systems. Don't use salt when they are toddlers because they will grow up not craving foods that are bad for them. Go as far back as you can in your blood lines. Rather than looking at your sibs, investigate your grandparents, aunts and uncles. Passing down this information will help your future lines create good lifestyle prevention. Just like your hypertension raise the young ones to avoid fast food, focus on activity levels and weight control. It's the best gift you can give your family.

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Help anyone?. Yes I can ask my doctor but that will be an $100 question. Some will say "it's not that simple" but if i get a convincing yes with a link or info to follow up on myself then i will no longer take the meds. May/Can/Does/Will Tramadol contribute to High Blood Pressure? I see that there is a lot to consider and say but a simple answer and possibly a reference link would be great.

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Good luck to you. TYPE IN JUST THE NAME OF THE MEDICINE and look at the drop down screen and read all you want. but it is great that you are aware of it And living smart so this should not be a big problem for you. but with all the other stuff you're doing this well not affect your blood pressure enough to do any harm at all. You well find that is very up to date on the medications. Chuck1957. AT all of this that I ever dispensed I never had anyone have any problems with blood pressure. and hope you get to feeling better soon. And also you on the more mild dose. So what I would do mac Is at the top of where you're reading this and where your home page is there is a search bar. 702; I hope you well not need this on a regular basis some people really have a hard time getting off of it.

Best wishes. Hi Mac, I looked at some of the major health care (like Mayo,etc) plus this site. Good work ! It's important to use these hereditary "chances" by being a good example to the young ones in your family. Increased BP is considered on of the "Less Common / Rare" reported side effects. I you understand that only one in 5 family members has high BP. You are living the lifestyle of someone who can overcome the risk. Try looking at it as this way. This doesn't mean your going to have itt but you are at risk. You have 2 parents and one has high BP. Keep in mind that uncontrolled pain can increase your BP. :-).

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Furthermore, the pharmacist(s) wherever you have your prescription filled are required to provide you with written medication information as well as free consultations about each new medication they fill for you.

And, if you have negative reactions to any new medication, be sure to let your doctor know immediay. Don't put your health and welfare at risk unnecessarily!.

Posted 28 Jun 2013 • 2 answers.

If you still have questions about side effects, contact your doctor's office or your pharmacist --- they want you to have the right information rather than having patients rely on generic and possibly incorrect information off the Internet!!

Oftentimes, side effects don't show up until a patient has taken several doses of a new medication, so it's important to read through the information provided with your medication by your pharmacy.

In other words, as soon as I thought it might be a source of my higher BP, I consulted with my doctor because he has access to my health history and can best answer an important question such as that. So, I talked to my doctor about it right away. I've taken Tramadol for back/leg pain over the past few years but noticed over the past year that my blood pressure suddenly jumped into the pre-hypertensive zone for the first time in my life. In my case, my physician didn't believe it was a side effect of my use of Tramadol.

Posted 27 May 2017 • 1 answer.

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Any physician who prescribes a medication for a patient is required to make sure their patient is informed about potentially crucial side effects they might suffer -- and, it should always be included in their regular exam fees --- as long as you remain their patient. Expand.

Sincerely, A man in his early 40's, active, all organic eater, no starches, regularly eats "72% Cocoa, Pomegranates, drinks 9PH Alkaline water, daily intake of Apple Cider Vinegar etc. trying to reverse "hypertension" and avoid full HBP! Yes only my father has HBP in my family of 5. Thank you.

I have been on this for years and have never heard that it causes high blood pressure but meds affect everyone differently.

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You all have great input and thank you for the encouragements!! Its nice to know that people still care!! Be Blessed Everyone!!. I truly feel much better in know more factual info. thank you to all for your input.

Posted 4 Sep 2015 • 0 answers.

My blood pressure seemed to go up when I took my maximum dose of 400 mg a day. I cut back and it seemed to go down but the doctor said he didnt think that was the cause. I am not sure but I have wondered that myself.

Chuck1957. and also I know of many people that are already on blood pressure pills and the doctor still prescribes these for them. Folks I checked several different sites and there is no proof that Tramadol increases the blood pressure.

Posted 11 days ago • 0 answers.

While Internet blogs are often good sources for general background information on drugs, only your doctor and/or pharmacist know your health & medication history.

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I recently been in a car accident and was prescribed Tramadol HCL 50 mg for pain. My question is simple:. However I would like to educate myself. I do not intend to continue use of these meds after my first prescription is out.

thank you ALL for your input, i appreciate it!!!

Can tramadol tablets raise blood pressure