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Seizure from Tramadol

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5 years 5 months ago #14352 by Outlast
Outlast replied the topic: Seizure from Tramadol
Blue. You seem like a very well controlled person to me. In terms of a vent that was pretty mild so vent away and ask away. Sometimes even a full blown dummy spit is good for you. Got to keep expletives out of it though! Let us know how you get on. I for one am interested to see how you are when lessen or wean off Tramadol as Mary says.

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5 years 5 months ago #14358 by titan55
titan55 replied the topic: Seizure from Tramadol
sending big cyber hugs your way blue.when i withdrawled from tremadol,it took me a whole year and the last three months were pretty bad.if you decide to get off the tremadol,do as everyone has said and get a doctor to help you with this.we all feel the same as you blue when it comes to our futures and chronic pain.we can all only hope in years to come that there will be some sort of relief from constant pain but in the mean time,just do the best you can.i wish you luck.take care.

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