"Just wondering if anyone has any idea as to about how long certain w/d symptoms from Tramadol last? I have not had any Tramadol in 11 days and I am having severe GI upset (abdominal cramping and diarrhea) and the restless legs at night ..."
Thank you for your advice.....im taking now 500-600 mg a day, but really spaced between doses, and i hope next week i can go down to 400 mg a day, im runing out of med,but im not running to the pharm. to grt more........i will wait untill i really need it......shouild i do that? how much tram you used to take?? how long you been out of it?
Thank you for your encouragement..it helps...going positive is the only way...ive tried before but was so negative...its different this time...i'm done and cant wait to really be done...i want me back...thank you for your support..i am here if you need a shoulder to lean on...thanks again..!!!!!
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