Are zydol and tramadol the same?

Tramadol – the active substance in ZYDOL belongs to a class of medicines called opioids, which are pain relievers. This medicine has been prescribed to you and should not be given to anyone else.

How long does zydol last?

It’s usually prescribed for short-term (acute) pain. Time-release or slow-acting forms of tramadol include tablets and capsules. They take longer to start working, but their effects last for 12 or 24 hours.

What is the difference between tramadol and tramadol sr?

A sustained-release (SR) capsule formulation of tramadol gradually releases active drug, allowing for twice-daily dosing. Compared with tramadol SR tablets, tramadol SR capsules produced a smoother plasma concentration profile, with more gradual absorption and lower peak concentrations.

What is zydol SR 100mg?

The full name of your medicine is ‘ZYDOL SR 100 mg, 150 mg or 200mg prolonged-release tablets’. It is referred to as ‘ZYDOL SR’ in the rest of this leaflet. Tramadol – the active substance in ZYDOL SR – is a painkiller belonging to the class of opioids that acts on the central nervous system.

How is zydol SR (tramadol) administered?

Unless otherwise prescribed, ZYDOL SR should be administered as follows: Adults and adolescents above the age of 12 years: The usual initial dose is 50-100 mg tramadol hydrochloride twice daily, morning and evening.

What are the side effects of tramadol (zydol)?

Common side effects of tramadol include nausea, constipation, dry mouth, and fatigue. Tramadol can also cause dizziness or drowsiness. Do not drive or operate heavy machinery until you know how tramadol affects you. How was your experience with Zydol?

What is the difference between zydol SR 150 and 200 mg?

ZYDOL SR 150 mg tablets are pale orange and round and have marked “T2” and marked on them. ZYDOL SR 200 mg tablets are slightly brownish orange and round and have marked “T3” and marked on them.