Saw your post..Be very careful taking Tram...I became very ill when i stopped refilling Tram. I was on it for about a year for tooth pain. I'm 62 and never had problems with any medications before..It's just awful to come off of...Sonds like your still on it so you really don't have a clue as to how bad you could feel
Peaceful wishes from California
Hey just saw your post about not knowing about whether trams can be addictive. Once you come off of them or stop taking them, you will def go through withdrawals. Most people, as myself, dont take them to get high, but continue to take them after our pain has gone to not get sick or go through the withdrawals. I was on them for 2 years before I finally decided to kick the habit and take a week and recover. Withdrawals usually last 5-7 days for the worst part, but the lingering effects of not sleeping, RLS, and anxiety can stay with you for months. Its a nasty opiate, that affects the brain receptors and also has anti-depressent in it. So be careful how many you take a day because the pain and your tolerance will grow and you will have to stop taking them at some point.
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