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Tramadol: An Opioid Drug In Common Use

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Tramadol, an opioid drug, is a centrally acting painkiller that belongs to the family of opioid drugs. It acts on your central nervous system. However, it doesn’t act in the same way as other opioids. It’s marketed as Adolonta, Gelotradol, Dolpar, and Zytram, among other brand names. Its active substance is tramadol hydrochloride. Chemically, it’s similar to codeine. You might use tramadol combined with paracetamol if you have chronic pain. You use them together because they’re more effective when you combine them rather than taking them separately. This also means you’re taking less of each drug. Therefore, you’re less likely…

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