Anadol® (Tramadol) is used for the treatment of moderate to severe painful conditions. These include: Postoperative pain, Colic and spastic pain, Cancer pain, Joint pain, Neck and back pain & Pain associated with osteoporosis.
Properties of the drug Tramadol
- Used as a pain reliever, moderate to severe pain. (Both types of acute pain and chronic pain) such as migraine pain, nervous pain (Neuralgia), back pain, knee pain, joint pain, etc.
- This medication may be used to treat other diseases or conditions.If you have questions, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
Instructions for use of Tramadol
- This drug can be taken either before or after food. But should eat the same every time (Do not crush or chew tablets. Because it will make the drug absorbed too quickly) by taking the drug with clean water
- If this drug is taken before meals and stomach irritation occurs. The next dose of the drug should be replaced with food or milk instead.
- This drug is available in capsule and tablet form. It is usually repeated every four to six hours when pain occurs. Or use this medication strictly as directed on the label or as directed by your doctor. Do not take smaller doses, more often, or for longer than indicated. Because it can cause serious harm (Especially taking more drugs than indicated) If in doubt, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
- Dosage and duration of taking Tramadol It must be at the discretion of the doctor only.
- This medicine can cause dry mouth and constipation. While taking the drug, drink plenty of water and focus on fruits, vegetables, or high-fiber foods.
- If using this drug for a long time Do not immediately stop the drug. Patients should consult their physician or pharmacist for advice on properly reducing the dosage. Because stopping the drug suddenly can cause a lack of medication These symptoms include insomnia, anxiety, sweating, trembling, body pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea. In severe cases, there may be hearing loss or hallucinations. Other symptoms that may be seen include fear and numbness.
- For people who take medication and experience any of the following symptoms, stop the drug and seek medical attention : confusion, hallucinations (such as ringing or hallucinations), agitation. Fever or symptoms such as fever, palpitations, nausea, vomiting, fainting, rapid breathing, weak pulse, seizures, pain inside your mouth, nose, eyes or throat, hoarseness, swallowing or difficulty breathing. Wheezing, chest tightness, rash, hives, skin thinning, peeling, swelling, blistering, redness, including soft tissues inside the mouth. Swelling of various organs such as face, eyes, lips, throat, tongue, hands, arms, calves, legs, ankles
How do i store Tramadol drug?
- Keep this medication in the original container it came in, tightly closed, and keep away from children and pets.
- The drug should be stored at room temperature between 15-30 degrees Celsius. Keep away from direct sunlight and heat. And do not store the drug in a wet or damp area Because heat or humidity can cause drug quality deterioration.
- Discard any drug that is worn out or has expired.
When you forget to take tramadol
This medication is generally used only when there is pain. If after taking the medicine once and the pain subsides or goes away, then you do not need to take another medication. Forgetting to take this medicine is not dangerous at all. But if pain persists, this drug can be repeated every 4-6 hours without increasing the dose of the next dose. And if you forget to take Tramadol next time To take the medicine as soon as possible But if it is close to the next time You can skip to the next dose. Without increasing the dose twice or more than usual
Side effects of tramadol drugs
- Possible side effects of taking Tramadol are confusion, dizziness, anxiety, irritability, hallucinations, headache, dizziness, vertigo, drowsiness, weakness, sweating, nausea, vomiting, dry mouth, palpitations, trembling hands, blurred vision, vision loss. Not clear High blood pressure Low blood pressure Irregular heartbeat, abdominal pain, bloating, dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation, diarrhea, frequent urination or urination, hepatitis, weight loss, drug allergies (hives, rash, bronchospasm. Stevens-Johnson syndrome (Stevens-Johnson syndrome)) anaphylactoid reaction (Anaphylactoid), etc.
- The more common side effects of this drug are headache, dizziness, dizziness, drowsiness, nausea, constipation.
- Serious side effects that can cause death, such as convulsions, depressing the body’s respiratory centers. Or Serotonin Syndrome (Serotonin syndrome), which has symptoms in many systems of the body at the same time, such as muscle spasms, high blood pressure and hallucinations. If left untreated, it can eventually lead to death.
- A very overdose of this drug may depress the respiratory center. Slow breathing Drowsiness If severe, it will pass consciousness to a coma. Muscle weakness Cold hands and sweating Shrink pupils There may be seizures, bradycardia, low blood pressure. And the heart might stop beating
- Long-term use of this drug can cause addiction, both physical and psychological. Especially in people who have previously been addicted to opium derivatives.