Doses Of Using The Drug Tramadol To Treat Pain?
Hello … what is called pain in the use of tramadol is what kind of pain, then how many doses of mg.? Thanks.
Wa alaikumsalam, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Tramadol is a pain reliever used to treat pain with moderate to severe intensity, one example is pain after surgery. The performance of this drug is by influencing chemical reactions in the brain and nervous system so that the pain felt by the body can be suppressed. This drug is a prescription drug, dangerous for pregnant women and should only be used under a doctor's supervision, for which we cannot deliver the dose to you.
Regarding your question, it may indeed be difficult to imagine what pain feels with moderate-heavy intensity, because pain is indeed a very subjective component and can vary from person to person. There are people who have been whimpering in pain due to slight pain, and there are people who are still tough and still despite the pain they feel is very heavy. To help generalize the meaning of pain, so far doctors have tried to measure pain with various scales (for example, indicated by numbers 1-10 or facial scales as shown below), in which patients are asked to compare the level of pain compared to what they have felt so far.
But from the patient's side, if you feel pain, what you can do is to use over-the-counter medicines such as paracetamol by following the recommended use listed on the packaging, then if it doesn't work then check with your doctor. The doctor will try to find out the cause of the pain and will provide good treatment for the cause of the pain, and also provide stronger painkillers, if still not strong, the dose will be added or replaced, until it comes to the choice of using Tramadol. So indeed even doctors cannot use it carelessly.
Therefore, if you have tried a general pain medication that is not successful, our advice is to consult a general practitioner and tell him about it so that you are given a more thorough and targeted treatment. So, hopefully answering your question.