Tramadol 150 MG

Tramadol 150 mg
Brand name – Ultram, ConZip, Ultram ER
⏺️What is Tramadol
Tramadol is classified as a scheduled IV drug, man-made, narcotic pain reliever. This medicine is of less potential and less addictive and abusive.  It only contains one-tenth of morphine because of this it helps in changing mood and feeling pleasant. Tramadol is a synthetic opioid used for the treatment of pain of moderate to severe level. It is used to treat pain caused by accidents or fractures etc.
⏺️ How Tramadol work
The class of drug tramadol belongs to is known as opioid agonists. The drug of this group works in a very different and better way on pain. It blocks the sensation of pain in the brain. Tramadol is a synthetic form of endorphins that is present in our brain for treating the pain in our body. This endorphin when less in quantity then taking tramadol provides endorphins to our brain which binds with the receptors and decreases the messages of pain which are sending by our body to our brain. And the presence of morphine in these drugs makes you feel relax, this quality is different from many other medicines.
⏺️Side effects
1. Dizziness
2. Nausea
3. Vomiting
4. Constipation
5. Lack of energy
6. Sweating
7. Dry mouth
8. Visual disturbance
9. Diarrhoea
10. Lack of coordination
11. Hallucinations
12. Fast heartbeat
Strength – 150 mg
1. Immediate – release tablet
      ⏺️  Maximum dosage – 400 mg per day
   ⏺️  Maintenance dosage – 150mg every 6-7 hours per day
       ⏺️Typical daily dosage –  starting with 150 mg and increased by 50 mg in 6 days as tolerated to reach 300 mg per day for beginners.
2. Extended-release tablet
              ⏺️ starting dosage – 150 mg a day
              ⏺️ maximum dosage – 300 mg per day
              ⏺️ Dosage increment – increase 50 mg in your dosage in 6 days as tolerated
⏺️This medicine is not for children below 18 years to use. This drug may show an ill impact on the growth of children’s bodies and brains. So better consult with the doctor before using any drugs. Don’t use any drugs on your own.