People need to watch the video in this link as well as the You Tube video below. People being prescirbed and also people selling/buying on the streets are dying through Tramadol use. I was prescribed this for 5 years, and as I think more I am becoming to realise that this drug may, or probably was the drug that made me a Dr’s Heroin patient. For years I was taking this and other really dangerous drugs. Today I am on a few drugs (Lot less) but more powerful. One is a cancer pain drug called MST Continus and you can feel it, like feel it in your head, your mind. I know people NEED drugs for certain things, but I think it’s safe to ask the question “Do you know anyone on Tramadol” Because in the video in the link above, when people on tramadol fall asleep, they are actually in a mini-coma!!! This SERIOUSLY defines my experience with Tramadol. Why do people buy this shit to get high? It doesn’t make you high, it just makes you fall asleep. You know someone on tramadol? PLEASE Show them the link below and this video. You might save a life. I myself NEED strong pain medicine, I am glad I am off this drug today, but what damage did this drug to to my body and mind in the 5 years I was on it? I am VERY THANKFUL I live in a Country where Medication is free, the medication I am on today is strong, makes me sleep a lot and plays with my mind, but it does work a little, took me years to find the right drugs that allow me to think for myself, all be it just a little. PS: Thanks to the person who helps me type all this, they have the patience of a saint!!
Prescription painkiller Tramadol, taken by thousands of people every day, is claiming more lives than any other drug – including heroin and cocaine – according to Northern Ireland’s top pathologist. The painkiller doesn’t cause harm if taken correctly, but the danger rises when users mix it with other drugs or alcohol. Last year, 33 deaths in Northern Ireland were linked to Tramadol. Among them were a 16-year-old girl and a pensioner in his 70s.
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The opiate-based drug used to treat moderate or severe pain should only be available on prescription – it was reclassified in 2014 making it an illegal Class C drug without prescription.
But anti-drug campaigners say more and more people are turning to the black market. Professor Jack Crane has spoken out to say he fears more people will die unless urgent action is taken and he is calling for a crackdown on the illegal market. He wants Tramadol to be upgraded again, this time to Class A. Professor Crane is now set to meet Northern Ireland’s Chief Medical Officer later this month to push for change.