Oxycodone Vs Tramadol Which Is More Effective

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5mg oxycodone vs 50mg tramadol which is more effective for pain? Is tramadol safe for someone who is not supposed to have nsads?



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David Says:

Hi Bill,

Please don't take my word alone for this, but I've heard other patients say that 100mg of Tramadol is about as potent as a 5mg Oxycodone. Even though everyone's tolerance is different, statements like this certainly go to show that Oxycodone exhibits far more powerful analgesic effects than Tramadol.

However, if you're thinking of switching between the two I'd definitely recommend discussing this with your doctor first, just to be sure you're taking what's truly considered to be an equivalent strength for the desired effects.

To answer your last question about Tramadol being safe for someone who isn't supposed to have NSAID's.... Tramadol isn't a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug, so in that regard I don't see why you'd have any complications.

Are you being prescribed these two meds by the same doctor? Surely they wouldn't give you something they know you're not supposed to be having. But it is good that you've taken the time to double check for safety reasons.

I hope this helps!

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Need relief in SC Says:
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Tramadol is useless. I have been prescribed this junk many times and never get any relief. A baby asprin will work just as good.

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LI Says:

There's no comparison of the 2 ones an opiate, ones basically disgusting, you need like 11 10mg Ultram to feel a thing n they make u sick, Eat, people in prison take them.

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