To understand Serotonin Syndrome we first need to understand what serotonin is. Serotonin is a chemical found predominantly in the brain, bowels and in blood platelets. It is a neurotransmitter and works in a similar way to a land line phone.
One Neuron ‘dials’ the target Neuron, and the other Neuron picks up and takes the message to then pass it on to the next Target Neuron. Chemically, they are split into several categories depending on their traits, but the one we are looking at is the Monoamine family, which contains, dopamine, histamine and serotonin.
Serotonin Syndrome is caused when Serotonin levels in the brain are too high, and symptoms can vary from person to person, however, common symptoms are Confusion, Agitation, Muscle Twitching, Sweating, Shivering and Diarrhoea. These are not too much of a cause for concern, but should be dealt with by your doctor.
More severe symptoms are Very High Temperature, Seizures, Irregular Heartbeat, and Unconsciousness. Any of these symptoms require immediate emergency treatment, and as such you should get to hospital as soon as possible, taking any meds with you as well as the boxes and literature.
Tramadol has been linked to Serotonin syndrome, however as a single drug this is nearly unheard of, however, the more drugs that are in the mix, the higher the risk of developing Serotonin Syndome.
Treatment for Serotonin Syndrome is pretty straight forward, and that is to stop the medications that increase serotonin levels and literally have a dry out. Once your system is ‘clean’ or a blank canvas again, your doctor may decide to start again with different doses of the drugs, or with completely different drugs all together. Depending on your doctors knowledge and available resources at their surgery, and also whether they have access to future studies will greatly affect your medication that can be prescribed.
Taking Tramadol and Antidepressants may be something you are about to do, however if you are then you need to pay attention to what we will reveal to you in our guide on that very subject as there are lots of things you will find of interest when you do so.
- Serotonin Syndrome and Tramadol Resources
- Serotonin Syndrome and Tramadol Frequently Asked Questions
- Is a Visa Debit card a form of payment to buy Tramadol?
- Will I have seizures if I take Tramadol and have a history of seizures?
- Is Tramadol safe to take if I have severe asthma or breathing problems?
- How come you sell Tramadol so cheaply?
- When should I take Tramadol?
You will find that there are lots of resources available to you throughout our website relating to Tramadol and with that in mind do look around if you are looking for additional information regarding any questions you have in regards to serotonin syndrome and Tramadol as you will find additional questions fully answered on our website.
You should also look out for Tramadol news stories too as being such a popular drug there will also be a wealth of information available on the web that will help you make up your mind as to whether it is the drug for you or not.
You will of course be able to use any type of payment card that has the Visa logo to make your purchase of Tramadol online. You will be able to use any of their debit cards, their credit cards and you will also be able to pay for an order of Tramadol using a Visa prepaid debit card too, and all transactions will be processed in real time when using any of those cards too.
If you have a history of seizures then there is a slightly increased chance that you may experience a seizure of convulsion as they are known when you take Tramadol, and as such you will need to make contact with and seek the approval of your Doctor or a medical professional aware of your medical history first before you do start to take and use Tramadol to discuss the risks of taking Tramadol.
You should never take or use Tramadol if out have any type of breathing problems or severe asthma, if you do suffer from those types of conditions then at no time should you be using Tramadol unless your Doctor has prescribed that drug. There will be some serious consequences of taking Tramadol when you do have breathing problems or severe asthma.
It is due to two main reasons that we are able to supply Tramadol for the lowest possible prices, the first is that we do have huge buying power due to our large database of worldwide customers and as such we are able to pass on those savings to you. Also being an online pharmacy our costs and overheads are much lower than bricks and mortar pharmacies.
You should take Tramadol as the same time each day and also of course take the correct dose too, one thing that you should never do is to crush it before taking it. You must swallow the pill whole ideally with a glass of water. Further instructions in regards to taking and using Tramadol safely will be sent out with each supply of Tramadol you purchase from our online pharmacy.