Tramadol (Ultram)
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When to use Tramadol?


Tramadol is a painkiller that is often used for mild to heavy pains. It is mostly used in cases of headaches, neuralgia or arthritis.

(Head) aches


Pain is an alarm signal from the body to notice there is an injury. This pain signal is sent to the brain. The brain responds to that. Pain is mostly contested by a pain killer, in most cases paracetamol. Paracetamol is a mild painkiller which has the fewest side effects. When paracetamol doesn’t have the right effect, it’s best to try Tramadol. Tramadol blocks or reduces the pain signal to the brain so you will feel less pain.

Neuralgia


Neuralgia can give heavy pain shocks, in most cases in a specific part of the body. The pain can constantly be present or it can come after a light touch. The cause of the pain lies in the sensory nerves, who give a signal of pain to the brain, without the present of any injury. Neuralgia can be caused by diabetes for example. Most painkillers have no positive effect on Neuralgia. Tramadol is one of the few painkillers that can help you. Tramadol blocks or reduces the pain signal to the brain so you will feel less pain.

Arthritis


Arthritis comes up in the cartilage in your joints. Cartilage is the layer that stucks to your bones so that they don’t rub against each other. When you have Arthritis, this cartilage is affected, which can cause heavy pains or stiffness. At first, it’s best to take a mild painkiller or an infection inhibitor. When this doesn’t have the right effect, you might try Tramadol. Because of the effects, the body will give a milder signal to the brain which will have a positive effect on your feelings of pain.

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