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Old 08-30-2019, 01:13 PM   #31
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Default Hi I got tolerance withdrawal so,

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Ed I started on 50 mg of tramadol and it was very strong at the time.
I just took 300mg in the last 24 hours after my feet really swelled up on a plane trip.
Can barley notice the 3OOmg although it has helped with the pain.

Im on around 200 mg a day average and have built up a tolerance

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I took Tramadol for almost 10 years. Sometimes needed extra if I did too much, sometimes I gotta do stuff.
I stayed at same dose of first 50-75-100 daily yet went to 75 with back up 25 bc not wanting to go up.
Pain got worse, moods rapid changes, exhausted and irritable.

It is Tolerance Withdrawals and can cause increases in pain.
I learned more so now am in withdrawal on a taper to quit.
It ruined my stomach and impacted my mental health.

I got it compound at pharmacy into a liquid. Doing okay down to last 22 mg, started taper in April.

I use alternative pain management.

Love to connect with others going through or went through a Tramadol taper!

I personally don’t want to be on meds. I still take lots of Neurotin, yet one thing at a time!

Wellness,
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Old 08-30-2019, 02:12 PM   #32
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Tramadol contains an SSRI like component. How does this all interact with Cymbalta?

I sometimes wonder why not just give some one a low dose opiate? I have managed on mine for many years.
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Tramadol has synthetic opioid & narcotic plus a serotonin component!
I know I am 3/4 way through my withdrawal taper!

I did not want more. I had tolerance withdrawals bc of same does for 8 years.
If you need 300 or more few times a Day imo you need a new pain med!

Plus Tramadol is supposed to be a short term drug! Found that out as well.

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