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What is Tramadol?

Discussion in 'Prescription Drugs' started by Lucy, Nov 9, 2014.

  1. kevinmclain2

    kevinmclain2 Member

    Tramadol is a very addictive drug no matter what nobody says. I am 45 years old. I was addicted to tramadol for years. The withdrawal process even takes longer until I found withdrawal ease. Included it in the link below. Tramadol withdrawal seems to get worse and worse with each relapse. It generally takes me about 48 hours to get it out of my system and then about a week for the physical and mental pais to stop. Thus the reason that I use withdrawal ease. Check it out below.

    http://detoxfromtramadol.blogspot.com/


  2. Faygo1224

    Faygo1224 Active Contributor

    Im sure most have already answered but I really wouldn't trust Tramadol. When I worked at the VA in Kentucky, I saw so many peopel who'd come in after having a seizure from Tramadol. Since it tricks your brain into thinking it is a narcotic (releasing serotonin) when it really isn't , research has shown that it can be more dangerous than real narcotics themselves. Just some food for thought I guess.
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