Monday, August 9, 2010

M T7 Pill vs M P/T Pill

Both M T7 and M P/T pills contain tramadol hydrochloride. The difference between them is that the pill indexed M T7 contains 50 mg of pure tramadol with no active ingredient added, and M P/T pill is a compound medicine which consists of 37.5 mg tramadol HCl combined with 325 mg acetaminophen (paracetamol, APAP). As a result, M T7 pill is a generic for brand name Ultram, and M P/T pill is a generic for the medication distributed as Ultracet in the USA or Tramacet in Canada.

But an essential detail is the fact that in M P/T pills we find less tramadol as compared to M T7 pills, although the pain relieving effects of the medicine remain almost the same, as they are maintained by the little amount of acetaminophen added to it. That may be really crucial because tramadol is known to be highly addictive drug, and the less of it one takes, the better...