Generic Tramadol

Generic Tramadol is a prescription drug often prescribed for moderate to moderately severe pain symptoms. It is prescribed in a tablet form or in an extended release tablet to be taken by mouth, either with or without food. This medication should be taken exactly as prescribed and for the duration for which it is prescribed. Generic Tramadol can be habit-forming. Patients should notify the prescribing physician if he or she notices changes either in their behavior or in their moods, or if they find that they want to take more of the medication than has been prescribed. This medication should not be taken for a longer period than has been prescribed.

This medication must not be stopped suddenly by the patient without consulting with the physician. If the patient wants to stop taking generic Tramadol 50 mg, the doctor will most likely want to reduce the dosage gradually over time to avoid the withdrawal symptoms associated with this medication.

Such withdrawal symptoms include but are limited to:

  • Nervousness – being anxious about everyday things that usually are not problems.
  • Panic – extreme nervousness about everyday things that are not usually problems.
  • Sweating – not associated with activity or temperature of the surroundings.
  • Difficulty in falling asleep – insomnia greater than usual and not associated with any cause.
  • Difficulty in staying asleep – not associated with any external cause.
  • Runny nose – not associated with a respiratory infection.
  • Sneezing – not associated with any external irritant or allergen.
  • Cough – not associated with any external cause or respiratory infection.
  • Numbness – not associated with any external cause.
  • Pain, burning or tingling in feet or hands – not associated with any known external cause.
  • Hair standing on end – not associated with any known cause.
  • Chills – not associated with the temperature.
  • Nausea – not associated with any illness or other known cause.
  • Uncontrollable shaking of a body part – not associated with any known cause.
  • Diarrhea – not associated with any known cause.
  • Hallucinations, either auditory or visual – not associated with any known psychological cause.

All of these withdrawal symptoms are to be considered serious and if any of them should appear in a patient who has stopped taking cheap Tramadol without his or her doctor’s advice, they should immediately be reported to the prescribing physician for treatment.