It's bad for you because it causes many more side effects
than say lortab. SWIM
use to get oxycontin, and percocet scripts, when he would run out after two weeks, he would then load up on tramadol
to deter withdrawals, worked fine.
Eventually tramadol became his drug
of choice because he could no longer get scripts, SWIM has many mental health issues derived from long term and heavy tramadol usage, that's not to say everyone will, but most people NEED large doses of tramadol, to fight off withdrawal
, or to obtain a good feeling, they don't realize how dangerous it is, and how EASY it is to OD/seizure on tramadol.
It's evil in many ways, the withdrawal is by far the worse SWIM has encountered, SWIM has withdrawaled from methadone
, oxy, etc... Tramadol messes your mind up, its a synthetic opiate
with antidepressant attributes, makes for a double whammy.
Tramadol, when taken correctly and not mixed with other seretogenic(SP?) Drugs
is fine, but most people do not know this, and in SWIM's experience, most DOCTORS are unaware of tramadols downfall and think its harmless.
You are right, it takes larger doses of tramadol to obtain desired feeling, as opposed to say lortab. With tramadol, you may take 6 and think, "feels OK, but not like the lortab feeling I enjoy", so you take more, and that's when you OD/seize.
Tramadol doesn't give a genuine opiate effect, and when you seek it, that's when you are in trouble. This is my point.
Tramadol is good for many things, but in the wrong hands, its lethal. Educate yourself before you take things. That goes for everything.
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