Am detoxing Heroin, using Tramadol to ease the withdrawals, i used to take heroin with high doses which reached 5 gms daily, so am really.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating the use of the pain medicine tramadol in children aged 17 years and younger, because of.
Parents and caregivers of children taking tramadol who notice any signs of slow or shallow breathing, difficult or noisy breathing, confusion, or unusual sleepiness should stop tramadol and seek medical attention immediay by taking their child to the emergency room or calling 911, recommends FDA. Parents and caregivers should talk with their child’s health care provider if they have any questions or concerns about tramadol or other pain medicines their child is taking. Health care providers and patients are encouraged to report adverse events or side effects related to the use of these products to the FDA’s MedWatch Safety Information and Adverse Event Reporting Program.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating the use of the pain medicine tramadol in children aged 17 years and younger, because of the rare but serious risk of slowed or difficult breathing. This risk may be increased in children treated with tramadol for pain after surgery to remove their tonsils and/or adenoids. FDA is evaluating all available information and will communicate final conclusions and recommendations to the public when the review is complete. Tramadol is not FDA-approved for use in children; however, data show it is being used “off-label” in the pediatric population, according to the safety alert on FDA’s website.
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Because the drug is nonscheduled, the federal Drug Enforcement Administration doesn't keep statistics on its use, but lists tramadol as a "drug.
"Part of the problem of pharmaceutical drug abuse is because the stigma that there is with cocaine, heroin or crack," said Courtney. "But look at Heath Ledger and Anna Nicole Smith.".
Because the drug is nonscheduled, the federal Drug Enforcement Administration doesn't keep statistics on its use, but lists tramadol as a "drug of concern.".
Tramadol has been around since about 1977 but was approved as a nonscheduled painkiller -- the least-addictive type of drug, according to the U.S. government -- in 1995 and marketed by Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical as Ultram.
Like other prescriptions drugs, "We're seeing kids as young as 8 and 12 and they are getting it at school," DEA spokesman Garrison Courtney told ABCNews.com.
A spokesperson said: "None of our riders should ride whilst using Tramadol –that's the policy of this team. Team Sky do not give it to riders.
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Team Sky, who have won the past two Tours de France through Sir Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome, insist they no longer use the substance and called for Tramadol to be outlawed so its use can be regulated using therapeutic use exemption certificates.
"Athletes are very much commodities. It's not something unique to cycling; it's something you see in American football, hockey, gymnastics.".
Michael Barry, who rode for Team Sky until his retirement in 2012, revealed he used the powerful, but legal, drug, which has potentially addictive side-effects, while racing for the British team.
"We believe that its side-effects, such as dizziness and drowsiness, could cause issues for the safety of all riders.