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Tramadol hydrochloride is an analgesic that works on the central nervous system to relieve moderate to slightly severe pain. Examples of brand names are Ultram and Tramal. (Further below, you can find more brand and trade names of the drug from different countries of the world.)
Tramadol 50mg is a prescribed drug that counteracts moderate to severe pain, and it can squelch pain for an extended period of time. It is prescribed for pain relief after surgery, or for patients with rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, restless legs syndrome and motor neurone disease. In Asian countries, it is prescribed to treat labor pains. Chronic pain is often soothed with tramadol.
Can I Buy Tramadol 50mg Overnight?
There are websites that sell tramadol (see link below)and ship via the U.S. Postal Services’ Express Mail, so, it’s conceivable that you can buy tramadol overnight. A prescription is needed to buy tramadol in the U.S.
Online pharmacies can in some instances allow you to fill out a prescription form online and have it approved by the pharmacy doctor.
Some countries allow the purchase of tramadol without a prescription, but due to the fact that serotonin syndrome can lead to fatal results by taking too much tramadol in one dosage, most countries require a prescription prior to the purchase of this drug.
You can buy Tramadol 50mg from Any Pharmacy.
All brick-and-mortar pharmacies, as well as online pharmacies, sell tramadol. Some online pharmacies possess a U.S. license and operate with U.S. licensed physicians, though for tramadol, this is becoming rarer
Do I Need a Prescription to Purchase Tramadol?
In most countries the answer is, yes, you do need a prescription to buy tramadol (see “The Legality of Tramadol” above). Some countries do not require a prescription.
Is Tramadol a Narcotic? Is tramadol legal?
Tramadol is not a narcotic, even though it is sometimes classified as a narcotic-like pain reliever. A narcotic drug is associated with the opioid drugs, such as heroin and morphine. In the legal world, narcotics are illegal drugs. If you have a prescription from a physician for tramadol, you have a legal right to own the drug.
In the medical world, tramadol is known as a μ-opioid receptor agonist. That means that tramadol affects certain brain cells, or μ-opioid receptors, which are located in the midbrain and the “agonist” part of the description means that it’s able to trigger these brain cells. It releases the hormone known as serotonin, which is a neurotransmitter that regulates digestion, appetite, memory, learning, sleep and moods. Tramadol also slows the body’s use of norepinephrine, another hormone and neurotransmitter, which is involved with stress. In this way, tramadol fools the body that pain doesn’t exist, hence, the reason why the drug is an effective pain reliever.
In the true sense of the term, narcotics are known in medicine to cause a general dulling of the senses and a sleepy characteristic. When used correctly, tramadol doesn’t induce drowsiness. It is also less addictive than morphine or heroin. Furthermore, it is not listed as a controlled substance, so it is legally not a narcotic.
What is Tramadol?
Tramadol is known as tramadol hydrochloride. The chemical name is (±)cis-2-[(dimethylamino)methyl]-1-1(3methoxyphenyl) cyclohexanol hydrochloride. Tramadol in the powder form is a bitter, white, odorless and crystalline material. A common tramadol tablet contains 50 milligrams of the tramadol hydrochloride chemical and inactive ingredients, such as corn starch, carnauba wax, hypromellose, titanium dioxide, lactose, sodium starch glycolate, magnesium stearate, polysorbate 80, microcrystalline cellulose and polyethylene glycol.
Tramadol should be stored in a close-fitting container which is kept at an average temperature of 77°F (25° C). The range of acceptable temperatures for keeping tramadol is from 59°F (15°C) to 86°F (30° C).
What is a Common Tramadol Dosage
The most common prescribed amount of tramadol is 50 milligrams of immediate release tablets taken every four to six hours, with a limit of 400 milligrams in a 24-hour period. Often, in an attempt to limit initial side effects of the drug, 25 milligrams is prescribed as a start-up medication with instructions to take this tablet once per day. After three days, the dosage goes up to two 25-milligram tablets per day. After another three days, three 25-milligram tablets are administered and three days later, four pills are taken.
Once the total daily consumption equals 200 milligrams per day, monitoring by a medical professional should be performed to ensure that the patient doesn’t become addicted to the drug. The dosage can be extended to 300 milligrams per day, but it shouldn’t be extended above this dosage.
Most adults notice the least amount of side effects when they are started out at a low dosage and gradually increased to a dosage that effectively handles the pain. Dose amounts for people over 65 in age should start at the low end. Elderly patients who are over the age of 75 should never take tramadol in daily amounts larger than 300 milligrams per day. About 17 percent of those over the age of 65 and about 30 percent of patients over the age of 75 experience gastrointestinal issues with tramadol. Approximately 10 percent of those over 75 of age must stop using tramadol, due to constipation.
Serious, and sometimes fatal, side effects occur at the 400 milligram per day dosage. Also, one-time dosages of tramadol in the 300 milligram range can prove fatal. Documented deaths have occurred with daily dosages in the 500 to 1,000 milligram per day range.
Anyone with a history of liver or kidney ailments needs to stay on a lower dosage of tramadol, compared to the average patient. Also, caution is recommended when administering tramadol with other drugs (see Harmful Side Effects of Tramadol) listed below.
Anyone under the age of 16 should not take tramadol. This drug should not be shared with anyone other than who it is prescribed to. It also should not be taken at a later date for a different condition.
The Best Way to Take Tramadol
Tramadol is usually taken orally as a capsule or a tablet with water. Details are usually printed on the medication about how often to take tramadol, but the usual dosage involves taking tramadol every four to six hours. Following the recommendation of a doctor is the best advice on how often to take this medication.
In order to hold down side effects, a physician will probably start at a low dosage and work up to a larger dose. Tramadol should not be taken in a dose larger than recommended by a doctor, or taken more frequently than prescribed by the physician. Caution should be when taking tramadol longer than prescribed by a doctor.
How Does Tramadol Work as a Pain Reliever?
Tramadol has the characteristics of codeine, in that it’s an opiate, which binds to opioid receptors in the brain—a part of the DNA where morphine was first found to attach to and since morphine is a derivative of opium, the name “opioid” receptors was formulated. Opioid receptors tell the brain, or other organs in your body, that you have pain. Tramadol is a synthetic drug that changes the way in which the body senses pain. Sometimes, tramadol is mistakenly thought of as a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, or NSAID, such as aspirin or ibuprofen, but it isn’t.
By releasing serotonin, a neurotransmitter, which is thought to regulate mood, appetite and sleep, tramadol helps to induce a happier mood in patients. Tramadol also hinders the realization by the brain that norepinephrine has been released. Norepinephrine is a stress hormone that contributes to the fight-or-flight response in animals and leads to a faster heartbeat, a higher flow of blood and additional glucose released into the blood stream to give the body extra energy. By slowing down these two hormones, tramadol fools the body into thinking that pain simply doesn’t exist.
Another characteristic of tramadol is that it slows down the 5-HT2C receptors in the brain, which is a location of serotonin. Again, since serotonin contributes to feelings of anxiety and depression, by slowing down the 5-HT2C receptors, patients who take tramadol suffer less from depression or obsessive-compulsive behaviors that can occur when a patient has pain.
The key aspect about tramadol is that it can relieve pain in such a way as to allow you to focus on daily activities without retaining a “dazed” sensation. Anyone taking tramadol needs to pay attention to moments when excessive drowsiness occurs, or if stomach cramps and headaches pop into existence (See Harmful Side Effects of Tramadol listed below).