Dangers of Mixing Tramadol and AlcoholTramadol has 3 main ways of being processed, Kidneys, and Liver. Alcohol has to be processed by the kidneys and liver. Drinking on Tramadol is lethal. Not only will it force you to vomit, you will have the worlds worst hangover the day after, and the medication won’t have any effect as you have essentially thrown it up.

Similar to an overdose, the body will shut down, organ by organ, starting with the least active and vital to the most active, ultimately the heart and brain.

Vomiting is the bodies go to method of removing impurities from the body, however, sometimes it is too late, and as such, the bodies mechanism shuts down non essential organs and diverts to alternative organs which go full speed. This leads to a come down where you feel awful because your body is trying its hardest to repair itself. Drinking on Tramadol is strongly advised against, however, a small glass of wine or a couple of beers isn’t going to interfere too much, just take your time and don’t go out and get plastered.

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Mixing Tramadol and Alcohol Frequently Asked Questions

Can anyone under the age of 18 take Tramadol?

You should never give Tramadol to anyone who is under the age of 18, if you have a child who is in pain then you need to take that child to see a Doctor or a medical professional who will be able to diagnose the cause of the pain and will then be able to prescribe the best drug to treat that child’s pain. Do not attempt to buy Tramadol online if you are under the age of 18.

Will I hear things that are not there when using Tramadol?

You could run the risk of hearing or seeing things that are not there when you start to take Tramadol as that is one of the side effects of taking that drug. There are other side effects you should also be fully aware of which can includes things such as irregular heartbeat, pains in the stomach, side, or abdomen, possibly radiating to the back ,loss of memory and also numbness and tingling of the face, fingers, or toes

Can Tramadol cause pale bluish-coloured or cold hands or feet?

There are some very common and not that severe side effects that can be caused when you are taking Tramadol and those can include pale bluish coloured or cold hands or feet, other side effects can include abdominal or stomach fullness, abnormal or decreased touch sensation and blisters under the skin bloating and also blood in the urine.

Can I take Tramadol if I have used alcohol in the last few hours?

If you have taken alcohol in the last few hours then you should not take Tramadol, there can be some serious drug interactions caused if you do take Tramadol after taking alcohol so always avoid doing so. If you are worried about any Tramadol drug interactions with alcohol then you will be best advised to discuss your concerns with a medical professional or your own Doctor.

If I take Tramadol when pregnant will it cause problems?

There are some very serious problems that can occur to your yet unborn or newborn baby if you have been taking Tramadol when pregnant, and one of those problems is life threatening withdrawal symptoms and as such you are strongly advised not to take Tramadol if you are pregnant unless you have been given the full approval to do so from your Doctor, always tell your Doctor if you think you are pregnant.