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... ithdrawal or that caused my prolonged withdrawal to intensity. I was in for observation at the hospital this weekend and the docotors there gave me a script for ultram and told me to take 1 tab 3x a day. These were the 50mg tabs. ... (1 replies)
... form of opiate and will cause withdrawals for some when trying to stop taking them after several weeks or longer of use. ... (17 replies)
Ultram Concerns
Jul 6, 2004
... the amount you take, regularity you take it, and length of time you have been on it all matter as to how bad the withdrawals are. ... (4 replies)

... hi, i took tramadol (ultram) on and off for a couple of years and have been through my share of withdrawals from as high as 25-30 a day. first of all, please realize everyone is different. i cold turkey withdrew from 5mg of Xanex per day and had no problem - i would not recommend this to anyone - however, tramadol was hell for me. i would suggest a tapering, but it sounds like... (3 replies)
... I just picked up my prescription for the clonidine!! my doctor gave me the pill form he said it was because the patch takes alot longer to start working and ofcourse i want something to start right now (impatient aren't I??) ;-) he gave me 60 pills, will that be enough?? and he gave me i think the lowest dosage possible (0.1mg, take it twice a day) it doesn't say... (15 replies)
... Ativan, Temazepam, Soma, Flexeril, Seroquel and Lunesta. My question is, are any of these better than others to help with withdrawals. I also have Tramadol and Ultram ER but I've heard so many scarey things about becoming addicted to it that I'm afraid to take it. ... (8 replies)
... Hello Raccoon! When I stopped I was taking 3 50mg per day and the withdrawals were horrible. What you describe sounds like withdrawals. I am not sure if your withdrawals will be lessened because you are at a low dose. If you want to get off of it, maybe it would be a good idea to wait until your school is out. ... (28 replies)
Hi I'm new
Jan 23, 2004
... Ultram withdrawals are alot like hydro withdrawals- they are a synthetic opiate medication. (They bind to the same receptors in your brain as the hydro does.) Actully though, they seem to last a little longer than hydro withdrawals. You will feel like you have a terrible, terrible case of the flu. I would begin to taper off of them ever so slowly, but surely begin it ASAP!... (13 replies)
Ultram Withdrawal
Jun 25, 2013
... Yep... Tramadol and Ultram work on the same receptors in our brains as opiates do. Withdrawal can be really tough. I withdrew from opiates.. oxycodone... ... (6 replies)
... I thought I'd check in and see how you were doing. Ultram I think has a weird feeling in the States too. Some docs say it's not addictive and yet, so many get addicted. ... (1 replies)
Ultram Blues
Mar 31, 2010
... hi Alan thanks for answering. I started Ultram 100mgms (sustained release) about 8 yrs ago for back pain. First I took it for pain, then I increased the dose from twice daily to a bit more now & again for the good feeeling I'd get. These days there is no good feeling....only fear of withdrawals. Cold turkey is for warriors, and I aint no warrior. The alternative is either a... (5 replies)
... good for you for reaching out. coming off ultram is hard for people who suffer with depression or panic. i used it for pain for a month and coming off it caused a huge crash. ... (10 replies)
... meet with your md an see what will be a good taper plan, personaly i found the ultram to be alot less powerful than a lortab . i would not just stop . ... (10 replies)
... Hi There Nice to meet you and wishing you well in your efforts to get off the Lortabs. I am going to be gently upfront here when I write that I believe it is not the wisest choice to use Ultracet to get off Lortab. Ultracet is so very addictive. It hits the same receptors as most opiates. And yes.... truthfully, I feel you will have the withdrawal regardless of using... (10 replies)
... I am just curious about changing meds at this point, did the dr give you a reason why? Is that the same as Ultram? If it is , I would not change...............ultram ( and I just got this advice from my pm dr yesterday) ....has the worst wd side effect and that is the extreme increase in seizure risk. If you were that far down in vicodin tapering, why not... (7 replies)
Ultram addiction
Jun 2, 2006
... I will back you up on that. When I first started taking Ultram it was a miracle drug for me. It lifted me straight out of my depression which I had suffered from for about 15 years. ... (50 replies)
... FINALLY, someone in the same boat!!!! i've been to a few different boards and it seems noone knows or will reply to what i'm talking about. i'm wondering the same thing! should i spend the $$ on nutracleanse...OR...since we're both not taking very many...would taking immodium AD be the way to go to combat the withdrawals.....from what i've been reading the nutracleanse... (20 replies)
Ultram addiction
Jun 25, 2005
... Yes Herbal ... Seizures are one of the dangers of stopping Ultram too abruptly, and can of course be dangerous. ... (5 replies)
... d's are delayed. It doesn't sound like you have been taking the ultram that long though.... ... (2 replies)
... NEED SOME ADVICE,HELP, Support,ETC. :eek: Newbie here,I have read alot about all the reports on the withdrawal on the ultram, I have been on them for almost 7 years.. I never abused them in anyway,I was at one time taking 8 a day to get by, when i was working,but i have retired and have got down to three a day..i have been trying the past six months to get off them all... (7 replies)


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