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Tramadol becomes a DEA Scheduled IV controlled substance on August 18th, 2014.
Dr Trey Rigert with Columbia Pain Management discusses what withdrawal symptoms might feel like if you just stop taking your medicine because of the changes to Tramadol classification.
You may suffer from runny nose, head aches, loose stools, sleep disruption from restless leg syndrome or restless arms. This can last for several months.
If you are going to stop taking Ultram / Tramadol work with your doctor to taper off the medicine. Quitting cold turkey may not be the best way to quit and could effect the quality of your life.
The doctors at Columbia Pain Management can help you get your life back.
Columbia Pain Management P.C.
1010 10th St Hood River, OR 97031
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The Dalles Oregon 97058 United States
Tramadol: Part 2 | How Do You Feel When Your Having Tramadol Withdrawal Syndrome
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