I knew a girl was got on the Methadone
Clinic because of tramadol
withdrawals. Tramadol w/d's can set in quickly. Any opiate
a person is on, they will sooner or later have to taper. Whether it be methadone, Suboxone
, tramadol. Tramadol some day will be a Schedule IV drug
. It already is in Kentucky. The FDA was going to keep up with addiction
prone humans, and see if a tramadol is addictive. Hello out there, it is addicting.
Tramadol is a two step drug. You have the tramadol (mild opiate feeling), then four hours after it metabolizes to O-desmethyltramadol. Then things start to happen. The tramadol has turned into a much stronger drug, no rush, because it is slow to metabolize, around 4 hours.
Tramadol is a drug, that was never fully tested, they wanted a "non-addictive" pain killer only by prescription. Money, money lobbiest money. They are very addicting, when taken in large amounts over a month, once, at least Buddy did, feel withdrawals. It's a depressing W/D, most are, but tramadol and it's Anti-Dep. activity will have to be dealt with also.
salgoud - they are making some strange opiates
out there. I think we have enough. There is no magic bullet for an opiate withdrawal. But anyone with any kind of opiate W/D, will not enjoy it, at all, so a girl gets on methadone, and hopefully doesn't let the staff talk her in to going up, 120mg. That is the staff's target dose. Then they feel you will not feel a couple of bags of heroin
. What b*llshit. Anything that gives one an euphoria
, when taken away suddenly, and that includes a multitude of drugs