Does Tramadol Cause Euphoria

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Tramadol is classified as an opiate, narcotic, so it is possible that it could cause that effect in some people or with very high dosages.

Other side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and constipation.

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jjjdizle Says:
Ok for one tramadol (ultram) is not an opiate it is a non narcotic pain reliever. However it is an opioid wich is synthetic opiate. It mimicks how an opiate would act on the brain but will not show up on a basic drug test...and yes they will get you really high if u take a large dose. For a first timer I would suggest 200mg. It is a long lasting high but be careful if u are taking certain types of muscle relaxers like flexeril because an uncommon side effect of the two could cause a seizure

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