Tramadol (Ultram)
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Limitations when using Tramadol.


Tramadol can cause a few important side effects (see “Tramadol side effects”). These side effects make sure that you have to be extra careful.

Driving


Tramadol can lead to reduced responsiveness. Tramadol has a heavier effect on your driveability than 4 glasses of alcohol. When you take Tramadol on a single use basis, you are not allowed to drive in the next 24 hours. After 24 hours, the side effects will disappear. When you use Tramadol on a regular basis, your body becomes accustomed to the effects of Tramadol. When you feel that your body is familiar with the effects of Tramadol, you can slowly try to drive again. At first, it’s best to take someone with you in the passenger seat, to drive no longer than 1 hour and to avoid driving during nighttime.

Eating and drinking


When you use Tramadol, your body will react heavier on the effects of alcohol, and alcohol will have a heavy effect on the Tramadol. Therefore it’s best to avoid alcohol as long as you use Tramadol. Non-alcoholic drinks can be drunk as many as you like. You can also eat any food you’d like, this has no effect on the use of Tramadol.

Read the package leaflet for more information about risks and side effects, or ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice.