Tramadol SeizuresTramadol is a powerful painkiller in the Opiate family, and as such, it can be easily overdosed on, be that accidental or on purpose. The half life of Tramadol is around 6 – 8 hours, and depending on the dose, it can sometimes be so easy to overdose simply by taking them too early without thinking.

Tramadol will not cause seizures when taken properly; however, the inactive ingredients, for example, the binders or the anti caking agents if you are allergic to them may cause seizures.

The main causes of seizures when using Tramadol is actually overdose but by overdose, we are talking deliberate overdose (taking 5 or 10 times the recommended dose at the same time).

The reason seizures occur is the body forcefully trying to excrete the drug by any and all means necessary, this is by vomiting, sweating, diarrhoea and ultimately seizures, which is where the body simply begins to shut down, blocking off organs that are vital, and letting the rest take the full force of what is happening.

This is why we implore you to take your medication as it is prescribed.

How Does Tramadol Work is one question that we do know lots of our website visitors ask and as such please do look around our website for the answer to that question!

Tramadol Seizures Resources

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Tramadol Seizures Frequently Asked Questions

Can I safely take Tramadol if I have taken sedatives recently?

Sedatives will have an interaction with Tramadol and therefore you should avoid either taking sedatives or Tramadol, if you need to take both types of those drugs then you should have a discussion with your Doctor to see just what types of seductive alternatives could possibly be used when you are taking and using Tramadol but never mix those two types of drugs.

Will Tramadol affect my breathing?

It has been discovered that Tramadol can slow or in very extreme cases stop your breathing, much more so when you first start taking Tramadol for the very first time or if and when your dose is changed. You should therefore always avoid taking Tramadol in larger doses or for a period of time longer than you have been advised to take it for, and never crush extended release forms of Tramadol, swallow it whole instead.

Can I become addicted to taking Tramadol?

You could become addicted to taking and using Tramadol and as such before you do start to use it you should familiarise yourself with those risks and always be fully aware of them. If you do feel that you could become addicted to Tramadol then you should not use it, however you should have a chat with your Doctor who will be best placed to let you know if there are any alternatives that you could take instead.

Will I need a prescription to buy Tramadol online?

You will need to have a prescription for Tramadol if you intend to buy it a supply from a bricks and mortar pharmacy, however you will not need a prescription if you wish to place an order for Tramadol online, you will need to be over the age of 18 though and you will be able to place your order using one of many different payment methods.

Can I place a large order for Tramadol?

The smallest quantity of Tramadol that you can purchase online from our ordering system attached to our online pharmacy is one month’s supply, however if you would like to place a much larger order of Tramadol then you will be more than welcome to do so. You can view the quantities, the strength and of course to view the current cost of Tramadol, visit our online pharmacy by clicking on the respective links throughout our website.