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I've had nausea, vomiting, killer headaches, and fatigue for a week now. I'm currently taking Ultram for the headaches but it never helps. Any ideas?
Not surprised: You may be experiencing migraine headaches, although other causes could be evaluated. Problem is frequency of events, as this is becoming a pattern c/w chronic daily headaches, and will need to have this totally disrupted. Analgesic meds like Ultram will only make all of this worse and self-perpetuating. See a physician who focuses in headache area and start a preventative medication. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What can be done to prevent nausea and stomach pain after eating? ER doc gave me protonix, (pantoprazole) bentyl, zofran and ultram to treat symptoms.
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
Took tramadol 150 mg daily for 4 days. Then stopped taking, now Have mild nausea,fatigue,mild pain in both pipe legs and bit dizzy, normal ? Withdrw?
I'm having this really bad weird headache i feel some pressure in front of my head now having nauseas. Took tramadol n its not helping, what can i do?
Headache concerns: Headaches can be a concerning symptom and can have many causes. Some are deserving of emergent treatment. Warning signs are chronic headaches that suddenly change in quality or intensity, multiple headaches a week, new onset headaches that affect one's ability to function, associated vomiting, associated dizziness/double vision/neck ache/fever/weakness, or the need to take daily pain medication. ...Read more
Not sure of question: I'm not clear on what you're seeking - a non-narcotic pain reliever or specifically one in the class w/tramadol.Tramadol is pretty much unique in the way it affects brain's pain receptors w/out all the side-effects of opiates.Other less addictive pain meds are NSAIDs, anti-depressants, nerve stabilizers like Lyrica (pregabalin) or Neurontin, etc.If you need to change meds, talk w/ your doctor before doing so. ...Read more