It's not exactly the same thing but they are both opioid analgesics.Could I ask what your question is more specifically.We could then give a more specific answer. Methadone is a much longer acting and more powerful med than the tramadol
Tramadaol is a synthetic opiate with an SSRI quality to it to work on your nerves. Methadone is used mostly to treat someone with chronic pain to control the ups and downs from opiates. Methadone was originally used to treat heroin addicts. Are you taking these or trying to come off of some kind of opiates and looking for something to help you?
Hi methedone was made way back from a german dr during the war because they were running short of morphine. Go figure what it is doing to us now....Yes it is being used for herion???But the subs are now in front of the methedone for people trying to come clean..
As ricart & yes asked why??? I hope you are not thinking about the switch..
I can tell u right now it is a whole other beast the methedone and I would RUN FAST...and stay away.....
Keep us posted
Yes hav abig tramadol addiction and got tree days supply of methadone 2 get me true the tramadol with drawls I'm 2 days away from te tramadol and hav one day left of methadone to take an Tats it I hope den I'm true te worst of te tramadol withdrawal shud Tia be a little help . Can sumone tel me
Yes, exercise helps w/ detoxing the system, restoring mood and promoting sleep. That said, you might not be able to hit the gym during your 'acute' w/d's. I would also make sure you cut out all caffeine and hydrate, hydrate, hydrate from now on ( 2 to 3 litres per day.) Wishing you every success in your detox. Please, let us know how it goes!
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