How Long Does It Take For Tramadol To Get Out Of Your System (Thread 276589)

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Linda! How are you doing? I'm sorry about what happened.

What symptoms did you experience?

It might take a week or so, before things start to ease up and you feel better. You should speak to your prescriber about it, to make sure it's listed in your medical records and not prescribed for you, again.

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.

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Hello! my boyfriend has took a half of subsolv 5.7 for about a week or so now. How long will it be working in his body? the whole half life thats has been previously mentiined has me confused :( TIA

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Faith! How are you?

The time period where it has an effect on him isn't the same as the time period it actually lingers in his system.

A medication may only work for a short period of time, such as 6 hours, but still be present for several days.

The half-life is how long it takes for the dosage that was taken to reach 50%, the full time for it to process through is 5 to 6 half-lives.

Buprenorphine's half-life is 24 to 42 hours, so the full time until it is no longer present will be 120 hours to 252 hours.

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.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Hi I took 90mg of tramadol last night and am experiencing a skin rash on my face. Can I take benedryl to help?

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Lee Says:

I think you can, I did. but Tramadol can make you itch. I was itching and scratching my head, also made me constipated.

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ernest Says:
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first of all get your facts straight it tramadol is not a narcotic .

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Verwon Says:

Tramadol is now classified by the FDA as an opioid.

The classification has been changed, several times, but the most recent switch to this category, with other narcotics, is due to its addictive potential.

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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Christabus Says:

I agree Tramodol IS not a narcotic-I have written this before-I took tramodol years ago and got off with no problem-they just classified it as a controlled substance not too long ago and i believe it is those who abuse it and.or this lady(I do not know her name) has been on the rampage about any kinds of medications and I feel for those who I truly in pain and cannot get there medications-a lot of vets here in Fl are having a hard time getting what they need,.... most of it is about this lady(must be in some kind of government employee)I wish I knew her name......soma I used to take years ago and took 3-4 a day and it was not classified as anything but a muscle relaxer and when I got off no withdrawals.... now that is not a controlled substance and my Dr. tells me to be very careful - i only am prescribed 2 a day and I still tell him I never had problems in the past.... too much politics and regulations that makes it hard for some to get anything and it is sad for those that are truly in severe pain

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missy Says:
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I took tramadol. Is it a narcotic? I'm really worried about not passing a drug panel for it..

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Cherie Says:
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Can Tramadol be taken out of my system within 24 hours cranberry juice excetera

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David Says:
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Does drinking lots of water help tramdol get out of ur system quicker?

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