hi...i noticed your post regarding tapering off of tramadol...i've read the other posts and thankfully i have never taken more than 50-100 mg a day (1-2 tabs a day) and have only been taking them for a few months but still am experiencing horrific side effects of not taking them. My head is fuzzy, flu symptoms, shakiness...not at all conducive to trying to study for college classes. I tried going cold turkey but couldn't bcs I had midterms to study for and couldn't get thru it without them. I am now down to 1/2 tab a day. My questions is, once my week is up for taking the half of the tablet (25mg) what do I do then...do I take half of a tablet every other day for a week and then every two days for a week and so on? I really appreciate your expert post!
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