I have recently been Prescribed Tramadol ( Zydol ) 50mg for Chronic Arthritic pain I wondered if anyone could tell me if I can take Paraceatamol or Ibuprofen at the same time ....... I am currently only taking 50mg of Tramadol every 4 hours but it isn't really doing much by itself for the pain.
Hey I would think it would depend upon the amount of ibuprofen or acetaminifin (sp) or other nsaid that is in the tramadol. Too often there is so much other stuff in a pain med that is dangerous to the liver. Obviously you need to talk to your doctor. I was having so much pain from my psoriatic arthritis that I now see a pain management doctor in combination with my rheumatologist and I get cortisone shots as well as extended releif and breakthrough pain meds. There is a great Chronic Pain forum on here (medhelp) I post there as well and have gotten some great advice too. Best of luck in whatever you decide and I hope you are as pain free as possible as soon as possible. so sorry for the mis -spelled words and typos. My fingers feel like cement and broken glass at the same time.
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