Tramacet

What is Tramacet?

It is a combination of tramadol & acetaminophen. Tramadol is a centrally acting opioid analgesic used to treat mild to moderately severe pain. The drug has a wide range of applications, including treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, restless legs syndrome, motor neuron disease and fibromyalgia etc

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My husband has been experiencing lower back pain for over a year now closer to two years. He has seen many different doctors during this time...

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You are likely to be having disc prolapse/ degeneration.

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Thanks for your query

I'm Dr Sudhir Kumar

I have gone...

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Heart rate at approx 110 at rest to 100 at rest, left arm feels funny, had taken prescribed meds ... Tramacet, oxycodene, pregabalin, and a...

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Following advice...

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Hi and thank you for asking!
I read your query and understood your concerns.

For the moment you...

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I believe I'm experiencing a very bad fibromyalgia flare up as I'm in pain all over my body including my legs and right hip which is so very...

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Brief Answer:
Fibromyalgia-flare up

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Hi,

Thank you for your query. I can understand your concerns.
You are on multiple medications...

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I have a major headache on both sides in the temple region I have a fever of 100 (rarely have a fever). I generally ache all over. I have been a...

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My husband has been experiencing lower back pain for over a year now closer to two years. He has seen many different doctors during this time...

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Heart rate at approx 110 at rest to 100 at rest, left arm feels funny, had taken prescribed meds ... Tramacet , oxycodene, pregabalin , and a...

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