Can you alternate tramadol and tylenol (acetaminophen) #3?

Yes. Yes but i would recommend taking one of them since they are both short acting pain medications.
Yes. Yes. That shouldn't cause any problems. Just make sure you take them as prescribed. More than 8 of the 50 mg tramadol tablets per day can cause grand mal seizures.

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