Oxycodone And Tramadol Taking For Severe Pain

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laredo Says:
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I am so tired all the time, while taking Oxycodone and Tramadol. No energy.



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laredo Says:
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Can someone help me to understand my problem with no energy? Taking Oxycodone and Tramadol...Dr.'s orders. Feel so down. Any answers??

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Verwon Says:

Oxycodone is a very potent narcotic and Tramadol is classified as an opioid, because it's derived from one, so that means that drowsiness and sedation can be normal side effects of both of these medications.

Learn more Oxycodone details here.*

Learn more Tramadol details here.*

Have you discussed the issue with your doctor? The dosages may be too high for you.


*These medications carry the risk of being habit forming and may also cause nausea, dry mouth and constipation.


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Maty Says:
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You're taking downers is why you feel down sweetheart

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Rob Says:

I suggest you should not attribute your tiredness necessarily to the pain meds--although it is a logical conclusion.

You may have low testosterone. Both males and females require it to "feel" good as when we were younger.

I have started a therapy program a month ago, receiving butt injections and it is making a positive change for me. You will need to take a test to measure your "free" testosterone level to determine where you are in relation to a "normal" condition. Make certain your doctor specifies measuring the "free" testosterone level

Hope this helps.

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