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Tramadol is one of the most prescribed medicines to treat pain. Tramadol drug is used to prevent any type of pain whether it’s a moderate pain or a severe pain. No matter what is the cause of the pain, it can be chronic or joint pain or pain due to surgery, tramadol can easily wipe out that pain. It belongs to the category of (narcotic) analgesics.

Tramadol comes in the volume of tramadol 50mg.

How to use tramadol

Tramadol hcl is the medicine that can be taken orally. You have to stick to the prescribed limit of tramadol dosage. If you miss any tramadol dosage then take it as soon as your remember a missed dose. Skip the missed dose if the next dose time is approaching. Do not take overdose of tramadol. This medicine is a habit forming drug. If an overdose of tramadol is suspected, immediately consult your doctor.

Tramadol side effects

Excess of everything causes some side effects. Some of the common and less serious side effects of tramadol are as under:

* Nausea
* Dizziness
* Headache
* Vomiting
* Constipation

One can also experience uncommon side effects of tramadol as under:

* Dry mouth
* Itching
* Visual problems
* Vertigo

Doctor should be informed if you are allergic to narcotic medicines, before treatment. Also provide complete information about your previous medications to your doctor.

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