Pramadol Hcl 50 Mg

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Betty Says:
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Pramadol - what is this drug? Is it the same as Tramadol? It was prescribed for neck pain and I am unfamiliar with it.

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David Says:

Hi Betty,

Unfortunately I haven't been able to locate any specific details on Pramadol that strike me as being legitimate. The only thing I found was a brief description from what appears to be an illegal web-based pharmacy stating that Pramadol was manufactured in India.

That said, I'm leaning towards this being some sort of counterfeit; and am left without any way of knowing if it's actually Tramadol or not. But if a pill like this is real, it honestly shouldn't be so hard to verify such claims. When you can't find any information on a drug, that's one of the biggest red flags in my book...

Something else I wanted to add is that I also stumbled upon medications by the name of Primadol (Acetaminophen + Metoclopramide) and Panadol (Acetaminophen); which closely resemble Pramadol. Is there any chance that the spelling of Pramadol is wrong?

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