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    tramadol hcl 50mg tab amn every 6 hrs
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    breeezzzy posted:
    I have a question I have the above medication for my artjritis in neck and wanted to know if I took 2 pills if it would hurt me? My neck is botherinjg me more then usual due to physical activity of moving to a new house. I dont take these daily only when my arthristis acts and only before i go to bed. I also take flexeril and mobic for the arthritis too. Any help would be great Thanks
     
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    HighnLoLita responded:
    Hello Breezzzy, I don't think anyone here can answer this question for you. This sounds like something you should ask your prescribing dr about. Sometimes it is ok just to give a call in to the dr other dr's may want you to physically come in and be seen first before making any changes to your prescriptions. Good luch too you! Lita
     
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    BeautifulBuffalo replied to HighnLoLita's response:
    Breezzzy, HighnLoLita is right we can't tell you to take more medication then prescribed, but I can tell you I tried this medication and it didn't work for me. I felt no relief.\
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