I am thankful that I am not a very sickly person, nor is anyone in my family. Even so, I think it is important that we know what medicine can cure what.
According to Wikipedia, Tramadol is a centrally-acting synthetic analgesic used to treat moderate to moderately-severe pain. It has a wide range of uses like treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and restless legs syndrome.
While Tramadol is widely available, like the ordinary paracetamol, there are precautions we need to check and look at before taking this medicine.
A person who is allergic to Tramadol, had a case of drug and/or alcohol addiction, or has attempted suicide should never take this medicine. Also, there were seizures recorded among people taking this medicine. If you had seizure before and was prescribed with this medicine, inform your doctor right away.
Other online information says that this drug is habit forming. Thus, if you are to buy tramadol make sure that is keep it safe, away from children, and never share it with someone who is not prescribed with it.
Also, if you pregnant or is trying to conceive, do not take this medicine as its effects to unborn children are not yet defined.
If you have taken this medicine, you may encounter one of the following side-effects: nausea, vomiting, sweating, itching and constipation. Likewise, other patients who were prescribed with this drug for general pain relief with or without other medicines have reported withdrawal symptoms including uncontrollable nervous tremors, muscle contracture, and ‘thrashing’ in bed if weaned off from the medication too quickly.
Tramadol is a very effective drug, according to its users. However, it is very important that you use this medicine as prescribed by a licensed doctor and never self-medicate.