Side Effects After Taking Pain Medication?
, I want to ask, some hri k blakang sya take medication tramadol but after taking 1 day after that I even itchy “and swollen bumps … what are allergies or what? There is a solution?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Tramadol is a pain reliever that should only be used to treat pain that cannot be treated by other drugs. These drugs are hard drugs and should not be used without doctor's advice, especially because the use of these drugs has a certain safe dose limit, and works directly in the brain so that they can cause harmful effects when used without supervision.
Regarding your question, among the side effects that are often encountered in the use of tramadol are dizziness, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, dry mouth, difficult bowel movements and difficulty urinating, bloating, diarrhea, fatigue and drowsiness. Among the severe side effects that can arise are seizures, severe headaches, difficulty sleeping and breathing difficulties.
So that actually itching, bumps and swelling is not a side effect that is often encountered. In this regard, your condition now has several possibilities. Among others are:
You experience rare side effects from the drug
You have a mild drug allergy
There are other medical conditions that arise close to the time you take the drug
Unfortunately we cannot distinguish this without doing a direct inspection. Usually if the medicine is mild, the way to check is enough to stop using the drug, and if the complaint disappears, then that means it is indeed a drug allergy or side effects. However, because this drug is a strong medicine, you should go back to the doctor who prescribed the drug to you, or consult a general practitioner if you have difficulty seeing your doctor beforehand for further examination and determined the best treatment.
In the meantime, keep taking the drug as recommended, but if the complaints get worse, stop using it immediately and check yourself at the nearest hospital emergency room. For complaints of itching, reduce cold compresses and sprinkle with salicyl powder. So, hopefully answering your question.