Ultram, Tramadol and Ultracet

Modified on 2009/10/14 21:32 by admin
Ultram, also known as tramadol, is manufactured by Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceuticals and is used as a pain reliever. Ultram is similar to a narcotic and as such, the drug may be addictive and habit forming. Ultram may also cause seizures, convulsions and other violent reactions in a small number of people. Ultracet is a combination of acetaminphen and tramadol, and is precribed by doctors to treat pain. An overdose of Ultracet can be fatal and it is strongly advised that users of this medication take no more than is prescribed.

These drugs should never be taken in conjunction with over the counter cold or allergy medications, pain relievers, alcohol, or ilicit drugs. See your doctor if you have experienced serious side effects associated with Ultram, Tramadol, or Ultracet. In addition, it may be important to contact an attorney who can help you protect your legal rights. Please keep in mind that there may be time limits within which you must commence suit.

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See Also

  1. Painkillers: Overview
  2. Addiction: Overview
  3. Seizures: Overview
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