• Tramadol

    Tilidine and tramadol

    I would like to write down something about the indicated drugs and their effects as well as their addictive potential. I consumed cannabis for about 10 years and in 2011 I totally listened (except for 1-2x a year brownies / biscuits) to us wishing a clear life. Last year, I got Tramadol / Tramal / Tramagit etc. (all the same drug / brand name) and took a 100mg tablet as a whole because I was plagued by a flu with severe body aches. I did not know anything about Opioide before and just took it against the strong body aches. The strong euphoric feeling of the pharmaceutical pain therapy group…

  • Tramadol

    What is tramadol used for?

    Pain Pain exists in different forms. Pain can come from damage in your body or if something does not work as it should. The nerves in the damaged part of the body give a signal to your brain and you feel pain. Sometimes pain has no clear cause and we do not know where the pain comes from. Therapy In most cases, paracetamol is the safest way to combat pain. This has the least side effects and usually works well. If this does not work properly or if there is an inflammation, your doctor usually prescribes an anti-inflammatory analgesic such as ibuprofen or diclofenac. If this painkiller is not working…

  • Pain Relief

    Osteoarthritis and Tramadol

    Phenomena Osteoarthritis is a condition of the cartilage in a joint. The cartilage clings the bone ends in the joint. In osteoarthritis the cartilage is affected, usually in the hip or knee. This causes pain and stiffness. This makes it difficult for you to move around and have problems sleeping. The complaints can disappear or occasionally come back. Therapy The symptoms can be reduced by moving the painful joint and training the muscles. But do not overload the joint. Paracetamol is the best choice for pain. This has the least side effects and usually works well. If paracetamol is insufficient after two weeks, the doctor can also prescribe an anti-inflammatory…

  • Pain Relief

    Polymodial pain relief – in one tablet

    The World Health Organization (WHO) Tiered Analgesia Scheme (1986) identifies combinations of different classes of medicines to relieve pain. These combinations are neopioid and opioid analgesics, adjuvants. Among the most commonly used products are plain analgesics, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), weak and potent opioids, tricyclic antidepressants and antiepileptic drugs. The combination of these formulations provides polymorphic pain relief, which helps to achieve greater analgesia, reducing the risk of high doses and side effects of one preparation. A combination of tramadol hydrochloride and dexketoprofen in one tablet is a new step in the polymorphic pain relief scheme, which provides hope for even better analgesia. Since 1986 WHO Pain Relief Targets is…