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Caution : Dose information should not be taken as recommendations. [see below]
Tramadol Dosages
25 mg
50-100 mg
75 - 200 mg
250+ mg
Tramadol is considered a relatively mild opioid: causing analgesia (pain reduction), lethargy, and mild euphoria. Tramadol has a distinct pharmacology from morphine-type opioids. At doses over 200mg, Tramadol is known to interact differently with stimulants. There are deaths associated with high dose tramadol caused by seizure-type effects rather than opioid-type breathing suppression. Therapeutic ("common") dose tramadol is one of the World Health Organization's "Essential Medicines", but recreational doses, especially when combined with stimulants, poses complex health risks to some people. Naloxone does not reverse the seizure-type effects of high dose tramadol plus stimulant.
HIGH DOSE DANGER : Doses over 300 mg can be physically dangerous in non-tolerated or smaller users.

TRAMADOL : Ultram is produced by Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical. Ultram comes in 50 mg tablets and is taken orally. It is prescribed at 50-100 mg every 4 to 6 hours, not to exceed 400 mg per day.

ULTRACET : Ultracet is produced by Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical. It comes in tablet form and is taken orally. Each tablet contains both 37.5 mg tramadol and 325 mg acetaminophen/paracetamol. Acetaminophen can cause liver problems at high doses. It may not be safe for heavy alcohol drinkers or those with liver problems to take even moderately high levels of acetaminophen.

Every individual reacts differently to every chemical.

Erowid's dosage information is a summary of data gathered from users, research, and other resources. This information is intended to describe the range of dosages people report using. It should not be construed as a recommendation of any sort. Individuals can respond very differently to the same dosage. What is safe for one can be deadly for another.