Pain Killers That Start With T

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Scotty Says:
Used it when I had my total knee. Two syllables, I think. Can't take most pain meds, so need to find out.

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Verwon Says:
Do you remember the pharmacy that filled it for you? They would still have the records in their computer and should be able to look back and provide you with the information.

Off the top of my head, the only pain reliever I can think of that starts with a T that is commonly used is Tramadol, it's a centrally acting analgesic, though it is related to opiates and causes similar side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, constipation and dry mouth.

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Scotty Says:
I thought it had two syllables. Don't recall what pharmacy I used then. Guess the orthopedist's record would have it.

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trpster Says:
Talwin? I took this 40 years ago for a 2nd degree burn. Only 2 syl word I can think of. Tramadol is also called Ultram, and there is Toradol (sp?). I also am medication sensitive.

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Dr T Says:
was it Tapentradol? If it was, how did it compare to percocet?

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Renee 123 Says:
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Took my 16 year old daughter to the ER this morning for tooth pain, dr. Prescribed her some penicillin and Tramadol.. should I make her an appt with her dentist today or wait to the pains subsides? Dr. Said it didn't look absessed.

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