Tramadol Positive & Other Side Effects

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deven Says:

how long before positive effects? will the shakes, cold sweats, constipation go away?

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Verwon Says:

Have you spoke to your doctor about this?

The constipation is normal, but shakes and cold sweat are not. How high of a dosage are you taking? It may be too much for you or just the wrong medication for you to take.

Other normal side effects may include: nausea, dizziness and dry mouth.

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Psl772 Says:
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Could be days could be weeks to month, Tramadol is a fake pain killer for people that don't have real pain.

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Dream queen Says:
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What do you mean for people that have fake pain? I don't undestand any you said that. I agree with the part about tramadol being not a real pain killer becauE it isn't. But people do have real pain and drs do prescribe people with "real" pain tram. Like me. However I know that tram is dangerous.

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Psl772 Says:
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With tramadol, it won't. It's non narcotic. I will do nothing for you. Don't let these people lie to you.

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