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Were you looking for information about Ultracet? Ultraset is a common misspelling of Ultracet.
 
Ultracet® (tramadol/acetaminophen) is a medication that can be prescribed to relieve pain. It is approved as a short-term treatment and should only be used for five days or fewer. The medication comes in tablet form and is taken as frequently as every four to six hours as needed for pain.
 
Ultracet is a combination drug that contains an opioid related to codeine (tramadol) and a pain reliever and fever reducer commonly found in over-the-counter products (acetaminophen). While most people tolerate it well, side effects may occur. Some of the more common side effects of this product include constipation, drowsiness, diarrhea, and increased sweating.
  
(Click Ultracet to find out more about Ultracet and its various components, specific uses, dosing guidelines, and potential side effects. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on Ultracet.)
 
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