Tapentadol Information

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What is tapentadol and what does it do?



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Verwon Says:

Tapentadol is a centrally acting analgesic that is used to treat moderate to severe pain.

IT's side effect profile is similar to that for narcotics and includes: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and dizziness.

Thus, it also has the propensity of being abused.

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Tasha Says:

Is it a narcotic an will i feel start to work like a oxcycodone

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Tink Says:

Im trying 2 find out if this pill will work in place of Methadone...Im currently detoxing from 90mg, 2m Im lowered 2 15mg (5mg lower a week) but since Ive decreased past 35mg, Im havin withdraw symptoms by the end of the day...Im DETERMINED 2 beat this, but I cant take the pain...I dont want 2 pick up a different habit, but am wonderin if this medication 50mg is STRONG enough 2 @ least take the sweat, ache & pains away, I was usin Roxycodone, & dont want 2 supplement with that...PLEASE ANY1 w information post r email me:


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