Ultram

What Should I Tell My Healthcare Provider?

You should talk with your healthcare provider prior to taking Ultram if you have:
 
  • Seizures or epilepsy
  • Liver disease, such as cirrhosis, liver failure, or hepatitis
  • Kidney disease, such as kidney failure (renal failure)
  • A head injury or high intercranial pressure
  • Severe abdominal (stomach) pain
  • Lung disease of any sort
  • A history of drug or alcohol dependence
  • Any allergies, including allergies to foods, dyes, or preservatives.
     
Also, let your healthcare provider know if you are:
 
Make sure to tell your healthcare provider about any other medications you are taking, including prescription and non-prescription medicines, vitamins, and herbal supplements.
 
(Click Ultram Warnings and Precautions to learn more, including information on who should not take the drug.)
 

What If I Take an Overdose?

An overdose with Ultram can be dangerous. If you happen to take too much of this medication, seek immediate medical attention.
 
(Click Tramadol Overdose for more information.)
 

How Should Ultram Be Stored?

Ultram tablets should be stored at room temperature, away from moisture and heat. Keep this and all other medications out of the reach of children. Because Ultram can be a desirable drug of abuse, make sure to keep it in a safe place.
 
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