Tramacip 50 mg (Tramadol Hydrochloride) 50 tablets
|Product Code:||TRAM 001|
Tramacip 50 mg (Tramadol Hydrochloride) 50 tablets by Cipla
What is Tramacip?
Tramacip 50 MG Capsule is a synthetic painkiller belonging to a group of medicines known as Opioid Analgesics. It is used to relieve moderate to severe pain. It is also used in relieving acute pain after surgery.
An opioid agonist, Tramacip 50 MG Capsule works as a pain reliever, providing relief from both moderate and severe pain. Similar to endorphins, it binds to the receptors in your body. These receptors will decrease the pain messages that your body generally sends to the brain when you are in pain. The medicine has to be taken orally and is available in three forms - an immediate-release tablet, an extended-release tablet and a capsule. The immediate-release tablet releases into the blood stream at once whereas the extended-release tablets release gradually over time. The medicine can be taken as a combination therapy, where you take it along with other medications for your treatment.
Tramacip 50 MG Capsule works as a pain reliever, used in the treatment of both moderate and severe pain. Being a controlled substance, it must be taken under the close supervision of a doctor. It belongs to a drug group which is known as opioid agonists. The medicine works by bringing a change in the process of how the brain senses pain. It binds to the receptors that decrease the pain messages sent by the body to your brain, thus decreasing the amount of pain that you experience. The medicine is available in three forms, immediate-release (released immediately in blood) tablet, and extended-release (gradually released in blood) tablet and capsule.
Your doctor will decide the dosage of Tramacip 50 MG Capsule and ensure that you follow the instructions. You must not take the medicine in more than the amount prescribed or longer than the prescribed period. It can be taken with food or without it, but you must take it in the same way every day. The capsule must be swallowed wholly, without trying to crush, break or mixing it in water. As it is a pain reliever, it is unlikely that you will miss a dose. In case you do, refrain from taking two doses together to make up for the missed one. Overdose of Tramacip 50 MG Capsule can have severe side effects including extreme drowsiness, fainting, slow breathing or heart rate and cold/clammy skin.
You must avoid taking Tramacip 50 MG Capsule if you have an allergy to it or any of the ingredients in it, stomach or intestinal blockage, consumed alcohol recently and if you are under narcotic medications. Your doctor must be informed about whether you have a history of metabolic disorders, alcohol addiction and epilepsy. You must also inform the doctor about any prescription of antibiotic and antifungal medicines. The common side effects of Tramacip 50 MG Capsule are headache, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, constipation, sweating, dry mouth and feeling less energetic. However, there can be some serious side effects too that will require immediate medical attention: