Hello... I am prescribed Tramadol. I have a mild allergy to salicylates. Does anyone know if Tramadol is or has salicylates? I haven't been given a straight answer. Thanks!
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Medication Allergy?Hello... <br />I am prescribed Tramadol. I have a mild allergy to salicylates. Does anyone know if Tramadol is or has salicylates? I haven't been given a straight answer. <br />Thanks!
Hiya, Please call your pharmacist to be sure. You can also look up drugs and supplements here on WebMD. I hope that helps. .
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Report This| Share this:Medication Allergy?Hiya, <br />Please call your pharmacist to be sure. <br />You can also look up <a href="http://www.webmd.com/drugs/index-drugs.aspx">drugs and supplements</a> here on WebMD.<br />I hope that helps.<br />. <img src=http://img.webmd.com/community/images/smile.gif class=post_img />
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