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    Default tramadol - ralivia?

    Has anyone heard of this?

    Has anyone taken this

    is it addicting?

    I'll take any information anyone has had, please

    my g.p. gave me some samples 100mg. each

    Can I get hooked on this or 'like them too much?

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    Tramadol=evil!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Cheers.....living it 1 day at a time and loving it!
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    Eat my dust you "Soul Sucking Pain Pills"!!!

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    Do a search here....many trying to get offf Tramadol addiction. Stay away from it!
    Cheers.....living it 1 day at a time and loving it!
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    I agree... just do a quick search for Tramadol, and you will see how "deadly" it really is.... siezures, bad, bad w/d, etc. Nothing to play with.
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    Oh God! SOOOO addicting. Maybe one of the worst I ever was hooked on. And I only took 4 x 50mgs a day at the most. They sneak an antidepressant in there that most physicians don't realize. Mine didn't. They also tell you that it's non-addictive. It is.

    Don't mess with it- It SUCKS!!
    Oh the nightmares!!!

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    Default Re: tramadol - ralivia?

    Click here to read about it;
    Ultram/Tramadol withdrawal
    You can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking that caused them in the first place.

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    Given to addicts by well meaning doctors who think it isn't addictive. I used it when I couldn't get my hands on what I really needed. At low levels it can cause siezures.
    Don't be afraid of withdrawal. The sick feeling will pass and then the real work starts: staying sober. For me, the rooms of AA were the last thing I tried and the first thing that worked, but it will only work if you work it.

    1/31/2008

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kameron View Post
    Oh God! SOOOO addicting. Maybe one of the worst I ever was hooked on. And I only took 4 x 50mgs a day at the most. They sneak an antidepressant in there that most physicians don't realize. Mine didn't. They also tell you that it's non-addictive. It is.

    Don't mess with it- It SUCKS!!
    Oh the nightmares!!!
    Yes, very true. Do you need this for pain? I have a thread, oh my aching back, that offers solutions to deal with your pain, sans opiates.
    In a world of LEFT and RIGHT viewpoints, I try to stay as close to the MIDDLE, if I can...
    Its where I find I can experience the most and be open to the best of what life has to teach me

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    Well, I chucked them in the garbage. Don't really want to get hooked on anything as I am just getting clean again.

    Two weeks!

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    I had not realized that Tramadol was addictive. Wow. Informative thread. I thought it was like Advil/Caffiene. Learned something new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SecretTrainWreck View Post
    I had not realized that Tramadol was addictive. Wow. Informative thread. I thought it was like Advil/Caffiene. Learned something new.
    Yea..it's a strange bird. Not only 'opiate like' it also has AD properties as well..making it a "2 for" to detox from. :( I think the only reason I personally did'nt add it to 'my DOC list' is it left a really funky taste...like a coating on my tongue. In my case that awful side effect was God sent.
    You can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking that caused them in the first place.

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    I hadn't thought about it until you posted this, Jay but I do remember it made my stomach churn and left a weird taste in my mouth. Blech...it also made me "twitchy". Good riddance.
    Don't be afraid of withdrawal. The sick feeling will pass and then the real work starts: staying sober. For me, the rooms of AA were the last thing I tried and the first thing that worked, but it will only work if you work it.

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