Background: Tramadol induced disorder is a new problem.
Objective: To explain the efficacy of low dose of clonidine, baclofen and ibuprofen (NSAID) in the treatment of severe and chronic tramadol dependency (2000 mg daily).
Method: To evaluate the usefulness of non-narcotic drugs in the management of severe tramadol withdrawal symptoms.
Results: Clonidine 0.3 mg, baclofen75 mg and ibuprofen 1200 mg per day is very effective in the management of severe tramadol withdrawal symptoms and craving.
Discussion: Our findings indicates that low dose of clonidine, baclofen and ibuprofen (NSAID) is beneficial in the treatment of severe tramadol dependency. This is a fascinating result.
Conclusion: To our knowledge dramatic effects combination of clonidine, baclofen and ibuprofen in these situations has not been published yet, and this finding is a considerable addition to the literature.
Published on: Oct 28, 2015 Pages: 41-43
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