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Buying Tramadol Online
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Price comparison shopping; how to avoid getting ripped off when buying tramadol; strategies regarding obtaining best prices, etc. 
   

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Tramadol price comparison shopping   

People always ask me: Can you buy tramadol online? And, "Where's the best place to buy tramadol?"   

Lots of people buy their tramadol on the internet for obvious reasons.  Whenever there is lots of  competition between sites that sell something the competition drives down the prices. 

You should be able to get a good price on tramadol if you comparison shop. 

Stay away from so-called "chewable tramadol" or "liquid tramadol" because it is likely to be counterfeit or bootlegged in a 3rd world Asian country.

Don't Forget to include shipping prices when you are comparing between sites.

Avoid Getting Ripped Off:

Test the website's telephone number. 
If it rings and rings and nobody answers, that is not a good sign.  A reliable tramadol vendor will answer the phone on the first or second ring and be able to explain (in perfect English) where the tramadol is shipped from, the shipping fees, the guarantee policy. 

A common rip-off is that they never send the pills.  When you call to complain (if you can even get them on the phone) they swear up and down that they sent them and tell you to be patient.

- Do they have instant message customer service?  The best sites have an 24-hour instant message customer service capability.  If they have an instant message customer service, it should take the clerk less than a minute to respond to your message if it is a good site.

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Make sure that you only pay for the pills.  Avoid sites that ask you for a membership fee or a processing fee.  If they make you pay a membership fee or an processing fee, etc, that is a pure rip-off.  You are paying for the pills and you are (usually) paying for shipping - why should you have to pay a 3rd fee?

- On the Internet, tramadol prices can vary by as much as 30%.  It is a good idea to
visit at least 4 different sites  and comparison shop to make sure that you are dealing with a reputable pharmacy and you are getting a good price without unnecessary fees.

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Done ever buy Chinese tramadol (or any other Chinese pharmaceuticals).  Even if you ever get the pills, there is a high likelihood they're fake and contain no active ingredients.

- When you finally find a reliable vendor,
test out a site by buying a small quantity of tramadol (like 15 or 20 pills) to make sure you get the pills as promised and the pills are good and strong before you order a large batch.

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Take your time and comparison shop.  It takes 30 seconds to scope out an internet pharmacy using the above suggestions.  Spend 1/2 an hour surfing various sites to educate yourself - have pen and paper handy to jot down prices, guarantee policies, shipping costs, etc. 

Here are some of the top internet websites that sell tramadol and similar drugs:

Top Internet Sites That Sell Tramadol
(Some Require NO Prescription)

Did you know that they are working on a once-per-day Tramadol?

Labopharm receives FDA response to appeal of Approvable Letter for once-daily tramadol Labopharm Inc. (TSX: DDS; NASDAQ: DDSS) today announced that it has received a written response from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regarding its appeal of the Agency's Approvable Letter for its once-daily tramadol formulation through the Formal Dispute Resolution process [ Labopharm Press Release]
Labopharm's Tramadol Appeal Denied Drug developer Labopharm Inc. said Wednesday the Food and Drug Administration will not overturn a previous decision to deny approval for the company's once-a-day version of the pain drug tramadol [ AP/Yahoo ]

See Also:

Medline Plus Patient literature regarding Tramadol
(Medline plus is a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health so it is very reliable)

Pharmacology Of Tramadol recommended daily dose of tramadol is between 50 and 100mg every 4 to 6 hours, with a maximum dose of 400 mg/day; the duration of the analgesic effect after a single oral dose of tramadol 100mg is about 6 hours. Adverse effects, and nausea in particular, are dose-dependent and therefore considerably more likely to appear if the loading dose is high [ Information harvested from the National Institutes Of Health scientific literature database known as Medline]

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