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11 minutes ago, bkk6060 said:

No offense but maybe you have built up a tolerance.

It gets me high same a Vicodin.

200 mg. would give me a great buzz.  I usually take the 100 mg. retard only when I need it for back pain.

 

On this, I am happy it can be purchased w/o a prescription but am surprised.  It is a strong drug I think and very addicting.  I would not be surprised if this time next year it is gone from over the counter.

My doctor in the United States told me he was prescribing it, precisely because it was not addictive and no tolerance was built up. I suppose his medical degree means nothing but I will defer to his judgement.

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17 minutes ago, KhunFred said:

My doctor in the United States told me he was prescribing it, precisely because it was not addictive and no tolerance was built up. I suppose his medical degree means nothing but I will defer to his judgement.

My ex-wife was told the same by her Doctor until she became extremely addicted.

I just suggest people who are taking it do some research.  There is updated information.

Everyone is different but from my personal experience, it is addicting. I had some bad withdrawl symptoms when I got off of it. 

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Went to small noname pharmacy. 

He said 50mg are not ok. But he had 37.5mg with paracetamol 10 pills for 199THB. Lol.

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If I would get in serious pain one day I guess I would ask for it . But for me it would be the last resort. 

Some meds you just don't want to play with . 

 

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17 hours ago, KhunFred said:

The first wave of a Tramadol witch hunt. It kills pain, that's all. It is not the scourge of youth.....OR the scourge of old age. It makes my back pain bearable. The law is not serving the people.

tramadol is addictive

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8 hours ago, KhunFred said:

My doctor in the United States told me he was prescribing it, precisely because it was not addictive and no tolerance was built up. I suppose his medical degree means nothing but I will defer to his judgement.

your doctor was wrong. https://www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements/tramadol-oral-route/description/drg-20068050

https://blog.iodine.com/tramadol-the-most-dangerous-drug-in-the-world-5500450d6cc6

 

 

 

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18 hours ago, janclaes47 said:

Here is your answer.

 

Who cares, other than the TV cynics?

 

The guy did a good job .

What exactly has he done, absolutely nothing.  All his time is taken up with photo ops around the country and abroad.  He doesn't even have time to go to the bathroom in between makeup, hair, wardrobe change and next photograph.  He's a joke and probably never personally conducted an investigation or made an arrest in his life.  What other police officer anywhere in the world does national tours with a large entourage, makeup department and publicity department.

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4 hours ago, hobz said:

Went to small noname pharmacy. 

He said 50mg are not ok. But he had 37.5mg with paracetamol 10 pills for 199THB. Lol.

Probably because they knew the 50mg. are the Thai brand which in fact are being manfactured by the illegal factories.

Although cheaper, my experience is those pills made me sleepy.  More like a Valium reaction.

 

The 37.5 are imported and actually work like Tramadol should relieving pain.

 

The 100 mg. are also imported.  They work on a slow release.  Usually over 200 b for 10 pills.

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1 hour ago, AYJAYDEE said:

tramadol is addictive

If misused. 

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1 hour ago, AYJAYDEE said:

define misuse

Tramadol addictive nonsense, i took tramadol for over 4 years, until 29th october last year.

I just got tired of taking them everyday, so i just stopped, no problems what so ever.

All this about things being addictive is in some peoples minds.

I took tramadol to help with the pains i was getting everyday, still get pain but i have learned to live with it.

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1 minute ago, colinneil said:

Tramadol addictive nonsense, i took tramadol for over 4 years, until 29th october last year.

I just got tired of taking them everyday, so i just stopped, no problems what so ever.

All this about things being addictive is in some peoples minds.

 

uh, thats kinda what addictions are!!

 

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He is the only policeman at work in Thailand; crime-busting.  One has to accept it is for self-fame rather than a desire to reduce crime.

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21 hours ago, sungod said:

I'm struggling to understand how this comes under the Tourist Police jurisdiction, answers on the back on postcard please.

Quite simply because the regular police are too lazy to get off their collective fat <deleted> and do the job that they're paid for...
So he's got involved..

Does that help?

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