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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