Tramazac 100mg/2ml (Tramadol HCL Inj.)


Tramazac 100 MG Injection is a synthetic painkiller belonging to a group of medicines known as Opioid Analgesics. It is used to relieve moderate to severe pain. It is also used in relieving acute pain after surgery.

Side effects

Major & minor side effects for Tramazac 100 MG Injection

  • Constipation
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Dizziness
  • Sense of imbalance
  • Headache
  • Sleepiness
  • Agitation and anxiety
  • Indigestion
  • Convulsions
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Shortness of breath
  • Itching or rash
  • Nervousness

    When not to use it?

    Tramazac 100 MG Injection is not recommended for use if you have a known history of allergy to Tramadol or other medications belonging to the class Opiate Analgesics.

    Severe asthma and breathing problems

    Tramazac 100 MG Injection is not recommended if you have breathing difficulties which may be caused due to various conditions like Asthma, Hypercapnia, etc.


    Warnings for special population


    The use of this medicine is not recommended for use in pregnant women as there is a lack of conclusive evidence from clinical studies. However, the potential benefits might warrant the use of this medication in spite of the risks involved. You should consult a doctor before using this medicine.


    This medicine is not likely to be present in the breastmilk in alarming quantities. However, the risk of adverse effects on the nursing infant can not be ruled out and hence it is not recommended for use. You should consult your doctor and discuss the potential benefits and risks before deciding to take this medicine.
    General warnings


    Tramazac 100 MG Injection has a high potential for addiction and abuse even at recommended dosages, especially with the extended-release form. You should be properly counseled about the abuse potential of this medicine. Proper safety monitoring and management of dose quantity is necessary in these cases.

    Bronchial Asthma

    Tramazac 100 MG Injection should be used with caution if you are suffering from an acute or chronic form of Bronchial asthma. Other diseases that might show asthma-like symptoms like Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary disease, Hypercapnia, Hypoxia should also be considered while prescribing this medication. Proper safety monitoring and dose adjustments should be done in such cases. It is advised to administer this medication in a monitored environment with equipment to handle any possible emergency.

    Fall in blood pressure

    Tramazac 100 MG Injection can cause a temporary fall in blood pressure which can worsen based on posture (Orthostatic Hypotension). This can happen due to a pre-existing disease or other medications being administered at the same time. Proper clinical monitoring and dose adjustments are recommended in such cases. It should not be administered if you are suffering from severe heart ailments.

    Impaired brain function

    Tramazac 100 MG Injection can increase the risk of side effects in patients suffering from a brain tumor or head injury. The dose should be adjusted based on the severity of impairment and the patient should be monitored in the initial stages of administration. It is not recommended for use in patients who are in a coma.

    Gastrointestinal disease

    Tramazac 100 MG Injection should not be given to patients having an obstructive disease of the Gastrointestinal Tract. The side effects may become more severe and sometimes the symptoms or the disease itself might worsen.

    Other medicines

    Tramazac 100 MG Injection has a potential of interacting with a large number of medications. Report the use of all medications including supplements and herbs so that the side effects can be minimized.

    Reduced fertility

    Prolonged use of Tramazac 100 MG Injection can reduce fertility in males and females in the reproductive age group. Patients should be informed about the potential effect on reproductive capabilities.


    Tramazac 100 MG Injection can cause seizures even at recommended doses especially in patients suffering from epilepsy and other conditions of the brain. Suitable dose adjustment and clinical monitoring are advised in such cases.

    Suicidal Tendencies

    Tramazac 100 MG Injection should be administered with caution in patients who have shown suicidal tendencies in the past or present. This can be attributed to certain conditions or the use of other medications that are known to cause suicidal tendencies upon administration.


    Tramazac 100 MG Injection should be administered with caution in the elderly as the risk of severe adverse effects are very high. Suitable adjustment in dose quantity and safety monitoring may be required in such cases.

    Use in children

    Tramazac 100 MG Injection is not recommended for use in children below 17 years of age as safety parameters are not set for this age group.

    Withdrawal symptoms

    Withdrawal of Tramazac 100 MG Injection should be slow and steady especially with the extended-release form of the medicine. Symptoms of withdrawal include tremors, nausea and vomiting, chills and fever, diarrhea and even hallucinations in some cases. The dose reduction should be based on the symptoms and should be properly tapered.

    Method of intake

    Tramazac 100 MG Injection should be taken as prescribed by the doctor. The use of this medicine without a prescription should be avoided. Never adopt other means like crushing the tablet and inhaling or injecting in veins. These methods of intake can be fatal.


    Missed Dose
    Take the missed dose as soon as you remember. The missed dose can be skipped if it is almost time for the next scheduled dose. Try not to miss any dose as the quantity and timings are very specific and non-adherence could cause some side effects.


    Report any incidence of overdose to the doctor immediately as the symptoms can be fatal especially if it is consumed by a child or a person using it without prescription. Symptoms of overdose may include the slow rate of breathing, decreased heartbeat rate, severe drowsiness, and fainting. Immediate medical attention may be required if the symptoms are severe.


    All drugs interact differently from person to person. You should check all the possible interactions with your doctor before starting any medicine.
    Interaction with Alcohol


    Using this medicine with alcohol may increase the nervous system side effects like dizziness, difficulty in concentrating, etc.


    Avoid or limit the use of alcohol while you are taking this medicine. Any activity requiring a high level of mental alertness like operating heavy machinery or driving should be avoided.
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    Disease interactions

    Liver Disease

    Tramazac 100 MG Injection should be given with caution if you are suffering from impaired liver function especially where the disease is in advanced stages. Suitable dose adjustment should be done based on the extent of impairment.

    Kidney Disease

    Tramazac 100 MG Injection should be given with caution if you are suffering from kidney impairment. Suitable adjustments in dose and time duration between two doses might be required based on the extent of impairment.
    Food interactions
    Information not available.
    Lab interactions
    Information not available.

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