Tramadol Green Capsule 100 Mg

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Tramadol from Mexico - green/yellow Capsule
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A friend brought home a factory sealed bottle labeled Tramadol (Tramed) 100 mg from Mexico. They are green and light yellow capsules with no imprint. Any idea whether this is really 100 mg Tramadol? ## Hello, Gabes! How are you? No, I'm sorry, but the relevant word here is Mexico, they don't regulate their medications much, if at all, so it's hard to be certain. However, I'll do some searching and see what I can find out for you. This is a 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. ## Hello my name is maxine a friend recommend this exact same pills so I took to and its veen two fays now and I still have the side effects wht should I do? ...
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Sun, Nov 20 '16, 10:58 PM
tramadol color and shape
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Does tramadol come in green capsules, because I was once given tramadol but they were red and black; now what I was given are green. So I'm a bit confused. ## Yes, there are green caps from India, 50 and 100 mq. I take them and feel they are very good. ## What are the markings on them? The colors actually don't mean anything. The NIH warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. ## They did not have any makings on them and yes, the green once gave me all the side effects that you mentioned. ## The green capsules that I got had a signature on the capsule. These were 100 mgs, and they were of good quality.. ## Yes, there is writing on the green tramadol capsules from ... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Tramadol.
Thu, May 04 '17, 1:48 PM
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capsule, green 100 mg tramadol? joint pain nothing on capsule ...
Updated 9 years ago in Tramadol.
Thu, Oct 11 '07, 1:59 PM
Online Pharmacies with Tramadol
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What is the difference between Tramadol Hydrochloride BP.....and Tramadol Hydrochloride LP. When browsing some of these online med sites, I came across the 2 suffixes. For example Tramadol HCL BP 100 mg sold as green capsules.....and Tramadol HCL LP 100 mg also sold in green capsule form. Thanks for the info. ## I'm no chemist but I believe it has something to do with protein binding. Maybe someone in this forum could explain it better. ## Some places just use those to denote the chemical salt that it is derived from, since Tramadol would be a generic and doesn't have to be exactly the same substance as the name brand Ultram would. The differences do cause problems for some people, so they might prefer a certain specific one that they know works better for them than another. Mos... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Tramadol.
Sun, May 15 '11, 4:10 PM


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