A doctor will review your order and write you a prescription, if appropriate. This prescription is then forwarded to a pharmacy. The pharmacy will have your medicine delivered to you within one to three working days. Read more about this process here.
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What is Tramadolor?
Tramadolor contains the active ingredient tramadol, a medicine that belongs to a class of medicines called opioids. It is a potent pain suppressant that provides fast relief from moderate to severe pain. Tramadolor works via the central nervous system and is used when paracetamol or NSAIDs (anti-inflammatory painkillers) do not suffice to control the pain.
What is Tramadolor used for?
Tramadolor can be used to manage moderate to severe pain from injury or illness. It is prescribed for:
- Pain from surgery or dental procedures;
- Pain from injury;
- Nerve pain (including facial pain);
- Arthrosis, arthritis, gout and other rheumatic disorders;
- Migraine and cluster headaches;
- Severe menstrual pain;
- Pain from the flu or another illness.
Tramadolor reduces pain fast and takes less than half an hour to become effective.
How to use Tramadolor
Tramadol is available in various forms, as tablets, capsules, delayed release tablets and capsules, effervescent tablets and oral drops. The capsules and tablets should be swallowed whole with plenty of liquid. The effervescent tablets should be dissolved in half a glass of water. Tramadolor drops can be dissolved in water and drunk or squeezed onto a sugar cube and eaten. Tramadolor should be taken at the lowest possible dose for the shortest possible time to prevent habituation.
Tramadolor is available in the following strengths: 50 mg, 100 mg, 150 mg, 200 mg and 300 mg. Strength and dosage regimen should be determined by a doctor based on the pain symptoms. The general recommended dose for adults and children aged 12 and above is:
- 50 - 100 mg, once or twice a day.
Do not exceed the maximum daily dose of 400 mg. For children under the age of 12 the appropriate dose is determined by a doctor. See the package leaflet for precise dosage instructions.
Painkillers with tramadol can have side effects, including:
- Drowsiness, sleepiness, tiredness,;
- Gastrointestinal symptoms (nausea, vomiting, constipation);
Most side effects are usually only temporary and will disappear once the body adjusts to the use of the medication. If the side effects do not go away, you should consult a doctor. See the package leaflet for a complete list of possible side effects.
When not to use Tramadolor
Tramadolor is not suitable for everyone and should not be used if:
- you are hypersensitive to tramadol or any other ingredient in this medicine;
- you are pregnant;
- you have a severe liver or kidney disease, or other organ dysfunction;
- you use medication or stimulants that work via the central nervous system;
- you use or have used certain antidepressants.
Tramadolor interacts with other medicines. The doctor will have a list of medicines that you should avoid mixing it with. See the package leaflet for a complete list of contraindications, interactions and warnings.
Do not use Tramadolor if you are pregnant. Seek medical advice from your doctor if you are breastfeeding. Tramadolor can cause dizziness, drowsiness and sleepiness. Stay out of traffic if you experience these side effects. Avoid drinking alcohol while taking this medicine as this will increase the chance of you feeling sleepy or dizzy.