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I am an 82 year old female & take one or two tramacet tablets every day for my osteoperosis & back pain for almost 4years. I am now suffering from itching skin, itchy patches on my arms & an itchy scalp. ## Have you consulted your doctor? Tramacet contains the active ingredients Tramadol and Paracetamol and though it isn't common, there is always the slight possibility that you've developed a sudden allergic reaction to it. You should consult your doctor to get to the root of the problem. Are you using anything else new, or taking any other medications? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Tramadol.
Thu, Mar 29 '12, 4:44 PM
tramacet taken with tribuss
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I am taking tribuss tablets and tramacet and my blood pressure went sky high. ## The opioid Tramadol in the Tramacet has been known to cause that in some people that take it, as reported by the FDA. It also carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and constipation. That said, it seems that it may not be the right medication for you to take and you may need to switch to something else. How high was your blood pressure? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Tramadol.
Sun, Nov 29 '15, 5:25 PM
bought soma and tramacet in costa rica
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Purchased soma and tramadol on vaca in costa rica about 6 months ago. I just found two large white round pills scored on one side with no markings. They are not chalky feeling. I don't know if they are the tramadol or soma. ## Insane to smuggle illegal non U.S. prescribed medicine back into the U.S. Was it over a 90 day supply? ## @bingobear, That's quite a risk you took. Glad to hear you're still with us and not approached by U.S. Customs. However speaking of the foreign tablets... if they don't possess any markings/imprints, unfortunately your guess is as good as anyone else's. Whether they're chalky or not probably wont reflect whatever active ingredient it's made up of, since manufacturers these days add a variety of binders/fillers for bulking it up. If ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Soma.
Wed, Dec 24 '14, 1:38 PM
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My father had surgery on his foot about a month ago. He is also a diabetic. He was prescribed the following tablets by a physician for healing of the foot: CILOSTAZOL, TRAMACET, CLEOCIN, OMEPRAZOLE, CIPROXINA, TRIHEMIC. However, he is vomitting daily and nothing seems to stay down. He is getting chest pains and is coughing intermittently as well. We can't seem to figure out the problem. The physician is saying it is Acid Reflux but it has to be more than this. I read where TRAMACET might cause Gastroparesis. Is this his problem? ...
Updated 8 years ago in Cilostazol.
Sat, Sep 26 '09, 5:20 PM
what is epleptin used for .
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I have been prescribed Eplepton for extremely restless legs which cause insomnia. In addition my thyroid has gone from being underactive to overactive so therefore my meds were reduced. I also over a period weaned myself off one tramacet and one celebrex which I took every night for approximately three years for neck pain. I discontinued taking these two tablets as I was extremely sleepy during the day. Lastly I was prescribed urbanol for depression as well which I also weaned myself off soon after discontinuing the use of tramacet and celebrex. My question to you is this ... is it safe to take Eplepton 1 nightly, 100mg when five years ago I had a stroke and subsequently two heart episodes. I really have a dilemma currently. Thank you. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Celebrex.
Tue, Aug 16 '16, 9:04 AM
xefo 8 Halucination
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I was treated for Lumbago shortly before back surgery ( Fusion + Laminectromy) I also took 2x 10mg/day Urbanol in the weeks before for stress. I stopped the Urbanol on admission to hospital. I took prescribed 8 mg/day Zefo tablets for 8 days untill the day before my operation and stopped it since my children said I acted weirdly after taking them. I am 67 years old. I found that there was acute numbness in both legs 5½ weeks after the operation when I ripped off my surgical stockings.This persists up to today 14 weeks later. Neurosurgen had no comments on 6 or 12 weeks - says he is satisfied. I think possibly Urbanol withdrawal symptoms. I also took Arcoxia tablets for pain in the hipbone from about 10 days after the operation in stead of Tramacet (causing extreme constipation). An... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Arcoxia.
Mon, Feb 29 '16, 3:44 PM

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