Mechanism of Action and Use
The medicine has high tendency of abuse and can become habit-forming if used unchecked. It is classified under the Controlled Substance Act (CSA) as the Schedule 4 Controlled Substance and hence the dose should be taken as per the direction of doctor or physician.
- It helps with the treatment of moderate or severe pain as well as helps with reducing the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.
- It has opioid agonist which helps in treating and relieving torment. It tends to bind to opiate or opioid receptor and hence alters the chemicals in the cerebrum.
- The Tramadol impacts the chemicals and electric impulse in the brain and change how body responds to pain. Acetaminophen helps in treating pain.
Precautions and Side Effect of Tablet
It has the tendency to cause lethal or adverse effect when taken with MAO inhibitors like isocarboxazid, methylene blue, phenelzine etc. or within 14 days of its intake. It is not recommended for someone suffering from liver or kidney disorder. It can cause allergic reactions like hives, shallow or difficulty in breathing, fever, sore throat, skin agony, rashes etc.
There are some side effect which are mostly caused by Tramadol which includes migraine, loss of craving, tingling sensation, flushing, sore throat, queasiness etc. It can even cause tipsiness, drowsiness, respiratory issues, gastric block etc. The long term use of the tablet can cause withdrawal symptoms. It is a prescription medicine and should be taken after doctor consultation.