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Side Effects Of Tramacet
I am an 82 year old female & take one or two tramacet tablets every day for my osteoperosis & back pain for almost 4years. I am now suffering from itching skin, itchy patches on my arms & an itchy scalp. ## Have you consulted your doctor? Tramacet contains the active ingredients Tramadol and Paracetamol and though it isn't common, there is always the slight possibility that you've developed a sudden allergic reaction to it. You should consult your doctor to get to the root of the problem. Are you using anything else new, or taking any other medications? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Tramadol.
Thu, Mar 29 '12, 4:44 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 225015
Gastroparesis
My father had surgery on his foot about a month ago. He is also a diabetic. He was prescribed the following tablets by a physician for healing of the foot: CILOSTAZOL, TRAMACET, CLEOCIN, OMEPRAZOLE, CIPROXINA, TRIHEMIC. However, he is vomitting daily and nothing seems to stay down. He is getting chest pains and is coughing intermittently as well. We can't seem to figure out the problem. The physician is saying it is Acid Reflux but it has to be more than this. I read where TRAMACET might cause Gastroparesis. Is this his problem? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Cilostazol.
Sat, Sep 26 '09, 5:20 PM   0 


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