frequently asked questions

Don’t be confused by any aspect of Tramadol. Check out these frequently asked questions to learn more about Tramadol.

How long does it take for Tramadol to work?  

In a healthy person, it takes under half an hour for Tramadol to work. It might take longer if you have eaten a huge meal. In most cases, pain relief comes within an hour.

What makes Tramadol unique?

In addition to stimulating an analgesic, opioid effect, Tramadol is also a serotonin/norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (an SNRI). This results in a weak anti-depressive effect, which makes Tramadol unique. So basically Tramadol isn’t just a pain killer, but an anti-depressant as well.

Do older people need dose adjustments? 

In addition to stimulating an analgesic, opioid effect, Tramadol is also a serotonin/norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (an SNRI). This results in a weak anti-depressive effect, which makes Tramadol unique. So basically Tramadol isn’t just a pain killer, but an anti-depressant as well.

Do older people need dose adjustments?

  Most probably, yes. Make sure you talk to your doctor about this. Here’s a guide to give you an idea:
• Patients 65+ years: Start dozes on the low end.
• Patients 75+ years: Maximum daily doze is 300 mg.

What about people with kidney or liver problems? 

Again, consult with your doctor to confirm this. Here’s a rough guide:
• People with kidney problem: Maximum daily doze is 200 mg.
• People with liver problem: Maximum daily doze is 100 mg.

Can I snort Tramadol?

 It’s not recommended to snort Tramadol as it can pose some serious side effects, especially after repeated snorting

Can I take Tramadol with Suboxone? 

 Suboxone contains Buprenorphine which blocks the effects of opioids, so it will block Tramadol. So it’s better if you don’t take Suboxone along with Tramadol.

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