Tramadol and wine?

Rebeca Cruickshank asked a question: Tramadol and wine?
Asked By: Rebeca Cruickshank
Date created: Tue, Mar 30, 2021 4:51 PM
Date updated: Wed, Jul 27, 2022 11:55 PM


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  • Combining tramadol and alcohol is not advised, because it can adversely affect breathing and cause problems with the liver.

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01:00 pm Monday - Feeling pretty good after having a few glasses of red wine during the morning, securing a bottle of Tramadol (and an accidental prescription to Propoxyphen 100-650 which I returned after taking 2). Looking forward to enjoying some Tramadol, a legal high at home (or so I thought). Took 200mg with water and another glass of wine.

Using tramadol and alcohol together could also cause an increased susceptibility to the effects of alcohol. This means that even if all of the potential side effects of taking tramadol and alcohol together didn’t apply, there would still be a risk of the patient being unable to deal with the amount of alcohol consumed.

On their own, tramadol and alcohol can both cause addictive effects such as euphoria and relaxation. Both alcohol and tramadol interact with chemicals in the brain that regulates mood and affects our ability to cope with pain and stress.

I tend to not drink with tramadol as it can make me feel worse. I think it depends though on individuals as I know people who can drink on painkillers and are alright. I personally find it better to do the other way round-lol-have a glass of wine-then tramadol. Dont feel sick then-strange i know!

It is usually used in pain management, and shouldn't be mixed with alcohol. The effects of Tramadol are usually relatively long-lasting, although they also take some time to set in. I would leave at least 12 hours between first taking Tramadol and drinking, although ideally 24 hours would be the safest bet.

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