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Side effects of Tramadol

Side effects of Tramadol

Tramadol Side effects

The common side effects caused by taking Tramadol has been listed below:

  • Abnormal touch sensation
  • Pain in the chest
  • Dizziness or lightheadedness
  • Indigestion
  • Memory loss
  • Occurrence of Severe cramping
  • Troubling to perform tasks
  • Feeling pain in the stomach or at the abdomen
  • Increase in blood pressure

Some of the less common side effects are,

  • change in hearing
  • Muscle injury
  • Disturbance in attention
  • Swelling of the face and hands
  • Loss of voice
  • Neck pain

Under rare conditions, Tramadol also produces:

Ultram could become habit-forming. Sudden quitting from taking this medication would cause some withdrawal effects and drug dependence.

Avoid sudden stopping of Tramadol without considering with your doctor. It has a possibility of causing other side effects that are not listed in the above. Discuss with your doctor about all the side effects of Tramadol.

Tramadol’s adverse events have been studied and the clinical reports have been submitted by the individuals upon terminology of their own choice.

Carrie BSN, RN
Carrie is a registered nurse for almost 14 years now and she works at a local hemodialysis outpatient center in USA. She has around 9 years experience in cardiac nursing, orthopedic rehabilitation and 3 years experience in nephrology nursing. Carrie has been working as a freelance writer for three years now and has written many articles and blogs on nursing, pain, exercise, health and wellness.