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    An_227143 posted:
    pls help me get of these pills as I have no insurance. pls help as i am doing 15-50mg tabs daily
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    Anthony Tornay, MD responded:
    Tramadol is a pain medication and behaves in the body similarly to opiates (narcotics.) Principles for opiate detoxification are well established and can be performed as an outpatient (local mental health clinic, etc.) However, without treatment of the underlying condition - dependence - with a program such as AA, NA, etc., relapse will occur.


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