My thoughts on ULTRAM
I cannot take anti-depressants because I get depressed and my tounge swells.
I cannot take Ultram - as my tounge swells -- and I get depressed. A pharmacist clued me into this when I told him I couldn't take any drug with Anti-depressant properties.
There is a month detox from anti-depressants. However, they do block some nerve endings.
I have had two extensive surgeries on my low back -with a piece of my hip put into it once and cadavaver disc and appliance put in another time. I feel the only thing other than vicodin that has helped is floating in a pool to relieve pressure and ice. I also felt that if I was strengthening - excercising i could deal with the pain much better than if it was JUST Pain... this is workout pain. GOOD LUCK
i have been on vicodin for over a year and a doctor put me on ultram(tramadol)and it is not a narcotic at all.and it is not addictive,,i had no problem with that..only a problem with vicodin.you cant take ultram right after vicodin though.
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