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Caution: Tramadol is an opiod pain medication and caution should taken with its use. Most opiods if taken chronically can result in endocrine system problems. Long term or heavy use of opiods can result in low testosterone levels. Its permanency remains questionable. Short term use of tramadol can cause transient erectile dysfunction, as well as seizures. ...Read more
Why may be too hard: It is a common side effect. The reasons might require pages of biochemistry and not really help. If the pain need is extreme, it's a price worth paying. If not, there are less strong or non-med methods including toleration. If the use is for non-pain, again - consider the true need. Consider therapy to help eval your best choices. ...Read more
Can something happen to the baby inside if I take the tramadols cause I take them for back pain but I don't know what can happend to my unborn baby?
Category C drug: As a category c drug, animal studies show some adverse effect on the fetus but not enough human studies have been done to verify its level of safety or classify as more worrisome. There are meds that have a b classification & you should discuss your concerns with your obg to see if another plan would be better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unlikely: Cholesterol gall stones form when something upsets the balance among the three components of bile: bile salts, a phospholipid called lisolethicin and cholesterol. Rapid weight gain or loss and pregnancy are common causes in susceptible individuals. I'm not aware of tramadol causing this. ...Read more
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