Tramazac P Tablets
Tramazac P Tablets Description
Tramazac P Tablet is an analgesic or pain reliever medicine that primarily treats moderate to severe pain. Pain is an unpleasant discomfort induced by an accident or sickness. It can be either acute
or chronic. It may be generalised (pain all over the body) or localised (in a single place). Tramazac P Tablet is a combination of Acetaminophen (Antipyretic & Analgesic) and Tramadol (Opioid Analgesic). Tramadol mimics the effect of endorphins, the pain-relieving chemicals in the spinal cord and brain. As a result, it blocks pain signals from reaching the brain. Acetaminophen is a pain reliever and fever relieving medicine that reduces the formation of prostaglandins. It also helps relieve pain by improving the levels of norepinephrine and serotonin in the brain and spinal cord. It treats muscular aches, back pain, joint discomfort, menstrual cramps, and toothaches, among other pain. If you have any other medical illnesses or diseases, you should notify your doctor before taking medicine. It may also interact with or impact other medications you're taking.
|You Save||₹19.76 (15% on MRP)|
|Contains||Tramadol(37.5 Mg) + Paracetamol / Acetaminophen(325.0 Mg)|
|Uses||Pain relief, muscle cramps, back pain, joint pain, arthritis.|
|Side effects||Nausea, excessive sweating, vomiting, constipation, dizziness, dryness of mouth, sleepiness, drowsiness, headache, weakness, shaking, confusion, mood changes.|
|Therapy||ANALGESIC FOR SEVERE PAIN|
Uses of Tramazac P Tablets
- Pain relief
- Muscle Cramps
- Back Pain
- Joint Pain
- Menstrual Cramps
Contraindications of Tramazac P Tablets
- Liver Disease
- Birth defect causing amino acid
- Respiratory Depression
Side effects of Tramazac P Tablets
- Excessive sweating
- Dry mouth
- Mood shifts
Precautions and Warnings of Tramazac P Tablets
Other General Warnings
- You’re dependent on opioids.
- You are given local anaesthetics.
- You’re on the Central Nervous System depressants.
- You’ve slow and ineffective breathing.
- You’ve severe kidney or liver insufficiency.
- Please do not abruptly stop using Tramazac P Tablet as this may induce withdrawal symptoms including anxiety, insomnia, nervousness, shivering, stomach or intestinal problems, or make you hyperactive.
Mode of Action of Tramazac P Tablets
How Does It Work?
Directions for Use of Tramazac P Tablets
- Follow your doctor's instructions on the quantity and course of this medicine.
- Take a Tramazac P Tablet with or without meals. However, it's best if you take it at the same time every day.
- Before taking Tramazac P, read the informational guide, product label, and any instructions given by your doctor.
- Pain medications are most effective when taken at the first indication of pain. They may not function as effectively after the symptoms have increased.
Interactions of Tramazac P Tablets
Interactions with other medicines
- Tramazac P Tab contains Acetominophen and Tramadol.
- Acetominophen interacts with other medicines such as:
- Ketoconazole, Carbamazepine, Isoniazid, Rifampin, Cholestyramine, Warfarin
- Some of these medicines may increase the hepatoxic potential of acetaminophen.
- Few medicines, when taken with acetaminophen may increase the INR value of the blood that can lead to internal haemorrhage or stroke.
- Tramadol interacts with the following medicines:
- Opioid based pain medications:
- Butorphanol, Nalbuphine, Pentazocine, Naltrexone, Samidorphan
- Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAO) inhibitors such as:
- Isocarboxazid, Linezolid, Metaxalone, methylene blue, moclobemide, phenelzine, procarbazine, rasagiline, safinamide, selegiline, tranylcypromine
- Tramadol reacts with MAOs and may cause a rise in blood pressure.
Interactions with food items
- You can take a Tramazac P Tablet with food. However, be cautious since Tramazac P Tablet may interact with meals high in carbs and protein, including cabbage, brussels sprouts, jellies, and broccoli. In addition, grapefruit juice may interact with Tramazac P Tablet....
Storage and disposal of Tramazac P Tablets
Dosage of Tramazac P Tablets
Missed a Dose
Dr. Divya Rohra
Dr. Anuj Tiwari
MBBS, DNB Medicine