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tramacet
i would like some information on tramacet as in benefits, side effects, if it is narcotic or not and which is a better pain killer that wont cause a dependancy ## Tramacet contains Acetaminophen and Tramadol. Under the FDA in the US, Tramadol is classified as a narcotic. The reason for this is because while it works as an anti-inflammatory, it does have the addictive properties of a narcotic. As to what won't cause dependency: anything you put in your body on a regular basis for a long period of time will cause dependency, be it regular over the counter Ibuprofen or your morning cup of orange juice. So you are not going to find any medication that won't cause it. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, vomiting, sweating and constipation. ## tramacet is not conside... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Fri, Mar 06 '09, 12:38 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 183953
tramacet/tramaset
asprin shaped tablet ## drug information including common uses, side effects ## This medication is unavailable in the U.S. and I am sorry to say that other countries do not regulate their prescription drugs as strictly as the FDA does. That said, finding information on them is very difficult, since there are no databases which list them all, like there are for U.S. prescription drugs. The only thing I can suggest is that you try asking your doctor or pharmacist for more information. ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Sun, Oct 14 '07, 2:57 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 160225
tramadol tramacet
I have been taking tramacet, but it is out of stock in south africa currently, so i have been given tramadol 50mg, does it work the same will i get withdrawals. ## Hi, Helen! How are you? Tramacet contains Tramadol and Acetaminophen, so they've just given you the one without the Acetaminophen, thus there shouldn't be a problem. Learn more Tramacet details here. You may want to ask your doctor or pharmacist about just adding some Acetaminophen on your own, by taking a Tylenol tablet with it. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 6 months ago in Tramadol.
Mon, Sep 16 '13, 1:59 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 252348
tramacet vs tramadol
What is the difference? ## tramacet relieves the pain percocet relieves the pain AND makes you high (stay away if you can, highly addictive) ## The Tramacet combines the Tramadol with Acetaminophen, which can potentiate the action of some other drugs. Learn more Tramacet details here. Tramadol has shown the potential to be habit forming and it may cause side effects such as nausea, dizziness, constipation and headache. Are there any other questions or comments? Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Tramadol.
Tue, Mar 12 '13, 1:51 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 190481
Percocet vs Tramacet
Hi. I'd like information comparing Percocet(oxycodone/ acetaminophen) and Tramacet (tramadol hydrochloride/acetaminophen). Is Percocet a stronger, or more powerful pain killer than Tramacet, and if so, by how much? eg if you have been taking Percocet are you likely to get the same effect from Tramacet? Is there a chart somewhere that compares or ranks all pain killers comparatively? If so please tell me where. Thanks - good health to you all ## The Tramadol is not actually a narcotic, it is derived from an opiated, but it is not actually one, so it is therefore nowhere near as strong as the Percocet, which contains a strong narcotic Oxycodone. ## She asked about Tramacet not Tramadol. Tramacet is an opiate as is Percocet. As for the chart listing different opiates and their strength... ...
Updated 16 days ago in Percocet.
Mon, Mar 31 '14, 4:38 AM   89  Subscribe to thread 176158
percocet vs tramacet
what is the difference between these 2 narcotics and is there any benefit of one over the other ## Tramacet contains the two active ingredients Acetaminophen + Tramadol; which you can take a look at by following the link below... Percocet contains the active ingredients Acetaminophen + Oxycodone. Very similar to Tramacet. To view information on these two ingredients please follow the link below... As you can see from the active ingredients listed above, Tramadol and Oxycodone seem to make the difference between these two narcotics. I personally don't believe either one has any benefit over the other, but it would all depend on how your body copes with the slight difference in each one that determines which one suits you best. Do you have any more questions or concerns? If so, please... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Percocet.
Sun, Nov 11 '12, 11:34 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 191371
tramadol vs. tramacet
I am looking to find out what is the difference between tramadol 100mg and tramacet. Are they both the same thing? The mg. is different and I don't understand that part. Thank-you ## Tramadol is just that, the active ingredient Tramadol by itself. It is an analgesic. Tramacet contains Tramadol and Acetaminophen/Paracetamol. Common side effects to both may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Do you have any other questions? ## My pharmacist changed my perscription from Tramcet to Tramadol. I now have a rash and the pain in my knees is recurring. Is this a possible reaction? ## Is it save to consume alcohol with tramodolacet medication ## verification ## What is the difference between Tramacet and Tramahexel? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Tramadol.
Thu, Apr 12 '12, 11:32 PM   5  Subscribe to thread 202690
Tramacet Ingredients
Does Tramacet contain any of the ingredients that you find in Morphine syrup? Anything common at all between these 2 drugs? ## No, Tramacet contains the active ingredients Tramadol and Paracetamol, while the sole active ingredient in the other is Morphine. They are, however, distantly related, since Tramadol is an opioid. Learn more Tramadol information here. and more Morphine information here. Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Morphine.
Mon, Jun 18 '12, 1:39 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 231668
Is Tramacet A Narcotic
is tramacet a narcotic or opiad?..is tramacet as powerful as percocet? ## Tramacet contains the active ingredients Tramadol and Acetaminophen and yes, the Tramadol is currently classified as an opiate, however, this classification has changed, several times since the medication was discovered. It really doesn't seem to be a powerful as the Oxycodone in Percocet, though some people do get great results from it. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Learn more: Are there any questions or comments? ## I have BIPOLAR DISORDER and very bad AADD(adult attention deficite disorder) and as a result of the two mental disorders i take alot of medication as i am a highly qualified Master Chef and without the medication i am not able to do my work and what... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Percocet.
Sat, Oct 06 '12, 3:27 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 214635
is tramacet addictive
I am currently taking tramacet while I'm waiting for surgery for my broken jaw. Having taken narcotic drugs recreationally before I can tell you that it certainly doesn't feel like any narcotic drug I've taken. As far as pain relief is concerned it is amazing and has allowed me to continue working and functioning. I haven't experienced any side effects. ## Hi, Ruan! How are you doing? Yes, the Tramadol in this medication can be habit forming and addictive. While it is classified as just a centrally acting analgesic, it is derived from an opiate, so it can also cause similar side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, constipation and dry mouth. Learn more Tramacet details here. ...
Updated 8 months ago in Tramadol.
Tue, Jul 30 '13, 12:25 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 249374
Tramacet with Naproxen
I've been diagnosed with Intracranial Hypertension age 21 an have been prescribed both naproxen and tramacet!! Does any one know if I can take the two together????? ## Hi little one, Based on my research there are no drug interactions found between the active ingredients in Tramacet and Naproxen. This does not necessarily mean no interactions exist, but my sources state that every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided is accurate. That said, I would personally feel safe taking the two together. You may also want to consider adding some natural alternatives to the mix (such as essential oils), in conjunction with a diet high in potassium and magnesium (more fruits and veggies). I hope this helps! ...
Updated 1 year ago in Naproxen.
Sun, May 27 '12, 11:10 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 228169
percocet with tramacet
Are there any risks of taking percocets and tramacets together? ## YES, there is. Percocet and Tramacet both contain Acetaminophen and if you take too much of it in a day, it is toxic! ## While it is true that too much Tylenol is toxic, you can safely consume 3 grams of Tylenol per day, that's 3000 milligrams. Anything more than that, you're risking liver damage. ## is tramacet a Norcodic ...
Updated 4 years ago in Percocet.
Wed, May 13 '09, 5:35 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 184335
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
taking tramacet with paxil
side effects of paxil tramacetintuit ...
Updated 3 years ago in Paxil.
Thu, Jul 22 '10, 7:37 AM   0 
taking Naproxyn with Tramacet
Has anyone taken these two medications together and is it safe? One is an anti imflamatory and one is a pain reliever. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Naproxen + Pseudoephedrine.
Thu, Jan 14 '10, 5:35 PM   0 
blue 15 mg morphine pill with tramacet
If this pill doesn't have it's full effect for the hour period, then can I use tramacet in between? I have a cancerous tumour resting on the main vein exiting the kidney. It cannot be surgically removed. Too many risks involved Waiting to start radiotherapy. In the meantime I'm in a lot of pain and my doctor prescribed this pill. But it doesn't last d recommended 12 hours. Is it possible to squeeze a tramacet in these two pills ## Hello, Krissy! How are you doing? Morphine is a very potent narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Learn more Morphine details here. Thus, I'd suggest checking with your doctor, before adding another medication. The safety... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Morphine.
Sat, Nov 30 '13, 1:07 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 256001
Tramacet J-C on one side and T/P on the other
I am 82 and have suffered from RLS (restless leg syndrome) for years. Have been taking Requip but they now seem to have been taken off the maket. They did help quite a lot but the symptoms never seem to go away, only enough to let me get to sleep! A friend gave me some tramacet which I have taken before bed but they take some time to react. First of all should I be taking these at all and should I take them earlier, as I am now sleeping later in the morning. Does anyone else suffer from RLS and maybe suggest another pill? ## @Elsie, My findings state that there are potentially unsafe interactions that apply to the active ingredients in Requip (ropinirole) & Tramacet (tramadol + acetaminophen). Quoted below are the precautions you should be aware of: "Using tramadol together with... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Requip.
Thu, Mar 28 '13, 9:58 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 244853
w 100
Can I take tramacet and neurontin for nerve pain? ## I am taking Neurontin for nerve pain in my face. I was also given Tramacet for headaches triggered by pain in the jaw joint. The Neurontin works on the face pain but not the jaw and headaches. I have found if I take tramcet late in the evening it won't let me sleep. The neurontin helps me sleep otherwise. If I take them both in the day time there is no problem but I just take the tramacet once in a day and maybe once or twice a week. I have fibromyalgia so have had trouble sleeping for 17 years - the neurontin is like a miracle drug because I can finally sleep!! And it is the only thing I take now. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Neurontin.
Thu, Dec 09 '10, 2:48 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 206026
tramicet
Does anyone have any information on this drug? ## Tramacet contains Paracetamol (Acetaminophen) and Tramadol. This is a mild, narcotic pain reliever. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, dry mouth, constipation and drowsiness. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Paracetamol.
Wed, Nov 19 '08, 8:50 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 185252
Lyrica for S1 Chronic Nerve Pain
For years now I have been taking 4 tramacet and 2 lyrica every day. The side effects are weight gain, a bit of finger and arm numbness and sleep disturbance. On the good side the tramacet is all that really works on nerve pain (S1 root damage chronic) and the lyrica takes the second edge off the pain. If you are careful it should be ok. Always best to eat something with these two medicines. You have to slowly taper off either of them. No sudden stops because a sudden stop can cause seizures. ## I took Lyrica for 2 hrs for periphiel neuropathy pain and then it turned on me making me unable to see, bad uneasy feeling and kidney cancer and failure. I am scared to death to take even 1 -50 mg! And the withdrawal! Felt like I was burning alive! Ought to be against the law! the only drug that ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Lyrica.
Wed, Mar 27 '13, 3:51 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 244803

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