"Tramadol was my drug of choice. I took 15-20 pills daily. I went cold turkey and I had a hard time with it. I had real bad physical pain and my eyes twitched alot. I was put on anti seizure medication. Call you physican hopefully he can ..."
The withdrawal from Tramadol is tough on your system. It is intense. I tried to go cold turkey and it was rather tough. Especially on your bodyI found online that you should call your DR and set up a tapering regime. Worked for me.
Everybody is different in how they need to taper.
Come over to the Tramadol and Ultram forum. Tons of us sharing this situation we have gotten orselves in.
When you go to the Addictions Substance Community page. Look to your right on the screen. You see peoples comments on different forums. As I said we are at Tramadol and Ultram.
I am almost 10 days clean. This place helps
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