Get Help Today.
You are not alone. We can help you get better.

The Tramadol Withdrawal Timeline Chart

How long does withdrawal from Tramadol last? What are the symptoms of Tramadol withdrawal? Explore our infographic to

2
minute read

What Is Tramadol Withdrawal?

Tramadol is used to treat moderate to severe pain AND heroin addiction. However,  tramadol is an analgesic and is part of the opiate/opioid family of drugs. The bottom line? This medication can lead you to physical dependence and possible addiction. So, if you lower the dose significantly or completely stop taking tramadol altogether, you’re at risk of experiencing withdrawal symptoms.

How long does Tramadol withdrawal last? What are the symptoms of Tramadol withdrawal? Find the answers to these questions in our detailed drug withdrawal infographic! Find it educational? Please use it in your classroom, medical practice, or share it with others! The embed code is right under the image.

Finally, if you have any questions, please leave them below. We try to respond to all real-life questions personally and ASAP.

Tramadol Withdrawal Timeline

Tramadol withdrawal symptoms can start a few hours after the effect of the last dose has fade away. The acute symptoms of withdrawal usually resolve within 3-7 days after last use. However, protracted withdrawal, also known as PAWS, can last for weeks or months after you quit tramadol.

Ready for help?
Call us today. You don’t need to face addiction on your own.
1-888-882-1456

How should you stop using tramadol? What are the main tramadol withdrawal symptoms? Below is a list of all symptoms of tramadol symptoms with a general time period map for their appearance:

24-72 hours after the last Tramadol dose:

  • Anxiety
  • Confusion
  • Cravings
  • Nervousness
  • Palpitations
  • Pins and needles
  • Serotonin syndrome
  • Sweating

Week 1 Tramadol Withdrawal:

  • Diarrhea
  • Hallucinations
  • Nausea
  • Numbness
  • Paranoia
  • Panic attacks

Week 2 Tramadol Withdrawal:

Don’t let your loved one suffer.
Addiction responds to treatment. Call us to get started.
1-888-882-1456
  • Anxiety
  • Blurred vision
  • Cravings
  • Dilated pupils
  • Disorientation
  • Insomnia

Week 3 Tramadol Withdrawal :

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • irrational feelings
  • Insomnia

Week 4 Tramadol Withdrawal::

Questions about rehab?
Get confidential help day or night.
  • Access to top treatment centers
  • Compassionate guidance
  • Financial assistance options
  • Apathy
  • Depression
  • Irritability
  • Feeling better

How Long To Withdrawal From Tramadol?

How long does tramadol withdrawal last? Tramadol withdrawal symptoms can last anywhere between a few days to several weeks and even months after tramadol cessation. It depends from individual’s health, frequency, and dosage. Keep in mind that long-term tramadol users may experience PAWS (post acute withdrawal symptoms) that last for a longer period of time.

The most common tramadol PAWS include:

Start your
recovery today.
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Irritability
  • Nervousness

How can you treat tramadol withdrawal? The safest way to address tramadol withdrawal is with the help of trained medical staff. Under medical supervision, you’ll benefit from pharmacological, emotional, and psychological support. In other words, you’re supported in the ways that matter as you pass through this difficult period in your life.

Tramadol Withdrawal Timeline Questions

Do you need help for tramadol withdrawal?

Contact us today and we can help you get on the right track.
You’re Not Alone.
Call 1-877-721-4914 Today!
This helpline is free, and available any time of the day or night.

Got more questions about tramadol? If you still have questions, please post them in the comments section at the end. We are happy to try to answer your real-life questions personally and promptly.

Reference Sources: Drug Enforcement Administration: Tramadol
American Journal of Psychiatry: Withdrawal Syndrome After Delayed Tramadol Intake
FDA: Tramadol 
Ready for help?
Call us today. You don’t need to face addiction on your own.
1-888-882-1456

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

I have read and agree to the conditions outlined in the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Get Help Today.
You are not alone. We can help you get better.
I am ready to call
i Who Answers?