Citation: Basicdog42. "Unexpectedly Uncomfortable: An Experience with Tramadol (exp113030)". Erowid.org. May 2, 2022. erowid.org/exp/113030
An experience report from one of the lesser known cases of Tramadol Tachycardia.
For the record, I'm a usual MDMA, cannabis and Caffeine user, though I had only taken 100mg of caffeine 3 hours prior of dosing Tramadol.
This is a very very short experience, because: 1. I'm still under the effects, 2. There's not really much to say about it.
Got home around 10:30pm, and decided after reading and researching a good lot about the potential recreational value of Tramadol. As it was my first time, I decided to go low and only take around 75mg, to be on the safer side.
I don't know why, but seems to me I'm one of the rare cases of Tramadol Hypersensitivity.
T+1:00: started to get really jittery and felt pretty much like the molly take off: a bit of anxiety and my mind racing around.
T+1:30: Checked my pulse, because I was feeling pretty sped up. I'm sitting down and my heart is going up to 140bpm. I'm starting to worry, so the anxiety could be playing an important role here.
T+2:00: Heart still fast, going around 100-120 bpm while resting. Cotton mouth and throat feels dry. Still not feeling any fun or happy effects. Just a bit tired.
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