Review about Tramadol

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4/25/2016 | | 62moderated by Charlotte
Tramadol (50mg) for arthrosis

Because of severe pain in my neck and lower back vertebrae, I can hardly exercise any more. Even walking upright is becoming more and more difficult. Took diclofenac for it at first but I suffered an (extreme) allergic reaction to it. The GP prescribed tramadol after that. I take one capsule if I go cycling, playing golf, etc. But it only works for me for about 2.5-3 hours at which point I am usually only halfway through whatever it is that I am doing so I have to take another one. It takes away the majority of my pain but not all. Haven't experienced any side effects, even at the beginning.

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