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By Medicover Hospitals / 05 March 2021
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What is Ultracet?

  • Ultracet tablet is a combination drug that is used to relieve mild to extreme pain caused by headaches, fevers, and other illnesses. Even if prescribed by a doctor, Ultracet should be used with caution because it has the potential to cause addiction and violence, particularly when used for an extended period of time. Even when taken in small doses, Ultracet can become addictive. Patients should take this medicine with caution and should not avoid taking it without consulting their doctor first. The doses taken should be closely monitored, and Ultracet should not be taken without a doctor's prescription.
    1. Ultracet Uses
    2. Ultracet Side effects
    3. Precautions
    4. Dosage
    5. Warnings for serious Health Conditions
    6. Storage
    7. Ultracet vs Dolo 650
    8. Frequently Asked Questions
    9. Citations

    Ultracet Uses

  • Ultracet Tablet is a narcotic pain reliever. It's used to treat muscle aches, back pain, joint pain, menstrual cramps, and toothaches, among other things. Ultracet is a tramadol and acetaminophen mixture. Tramadol is a pain reliever that works similarly to opioids (sometimes called, a narcotic). Acetaminophen is a milder pain reliever that enhances tramadol's impact. Ultracet is a pain reliever that is used to treat mild to extreme pain.
  • Ultracet Side effects:

  • Most common side effects of Ultracet are:
    •   Nervousness
    •   Anxiety
    •   Dizziness
    •   Headache
    •   Blurred vision
    •   Irregular heartbeat
    •   Shortness of breath
    •   Nausea & Vomiting
    •   Dry mouth
  • Some of the serious side effects of Ultracet are:
    •   Abdominal pain
    •   Indigestion
    •   Rash
    •   Chest pain
  • Ultracet can cause some serious side effects. Avoid using the medicine if you feel any adverse effects and contact your doctor immediately. The doctor might change the prescribed dose or medicine looking at your side effects.
  • Precautions:

  • Before using Ultracet talk with your doctor if you are allergic to it or any other medications. The product may contain some inactive ingredients which can cause some serious allergic reactions or some other problems. Before using the drug talk with your doctor if you are having any medical history such as brain disorders, breathing problems, kidney disease, liver disease and mental disorders.
  • How to take Ultracet?

  • Follow your doctor's instructions about the dosage and length of this medication. Take it all at once. Ultracet Tablets can be taken with or without food, but it is best to take them at the same time every day. The Ultracet Tablet contains two medications: paracetamol/acetaminophen and tramadol. Analgesics (pain relievers) including paracetamol/acetaminophen function by blocking the release of certain chemical messengers that cause pain. Tramadol is an opioid analgesic (pain reliever) that reduces pain perception by blocking the transmission of pain signals to the brain.
  • To get pain relief, take this medication by mouth as directed by your doctor, typically every 4 to 6 hours as needed. If you have nausea, taking this medication with food can help. Some ways to reduce nausea can be discussed with your doctor or pharmacist (such as lying down for 1 to 2 hours with as little head movement as possible). The dose is determined by your medical condition and treatment reaction. Your doctor may advise you to begin taking this medication at a low dose and gradually raise it to reduce the risk of side effects. Carefully follow the doctor's orders. A daily dosage of 8 tablets per day is recommended.
  • Missed Dose

  • If you skip a dose of this drug, take it as soon as you recall. If it's almost time for your next dose, skip the skipped one and go straight to the next. To make up for a missed dose, do not double the dose.
  • Overdose

  • In the event of an overdose, seek emergency medical attention or call a doctor. Vomiting, cardiovascular collapse, consciousness disorders up to coma, convulsions, and respiratory distress up to respiratory arrest are all symptoms of an overdose. It is not advised to take more than the prescribed daily dose of this or any other paracetamol.
  • Warnings for serious Health Conditions

  • Kidney Disease
  • In patients with kidney disease, Ultracet Tablet should be used with caution. Ultracet Tablet dosage can need to be adjusted. Please seek medical advice.
  • Liver Disease
  • In patients with liver disease, Ultracet Tablet should be used with caution. Ultracet Tablet dosage can need to be adjusted. Please seek medical advice.
  • Pregnancy
  • It's possible that taking Ultracet Tablet while pregnant is dangerous. Animal tests have shown adverse effects on the developing infant, despite the lack of human studies. Before prescribing it to you, the doctor can consider the advantages as well as any possible risks. Please seek medical advice.
  • Breastfeeding
  • Ultracet Tablet is likely to be safe when taking while breastfeeding. Based on limited human evidence, the drug appears to pose no serious risk to the infant. If the baby shows symptoms of excessive sleepiness (more than usual), trouble breastfeeding, breathing issues, or limpness, see a doctor right away.
  • Storage

  • Direct contact with heat, air and light may damage your medicines. Exposure to medicine may cause some harmful effects. The medicine must be kept in a safe place and out of children’s reach. Mainly the drug should be kept at room temperature between 68ºF and 77ºF (20ºC and 25ºC).
  • Ultracet vs Dolo 650

    Ultracet
    Dolo 650
    Ultracet Tablet is a combination drug that is used to relieve mild to extreme pain caused by headaches, fevers, and other illnesses. Dolo 650 is the common medication that is highly prescribed by the doctor during fever and to relieve mild and moderate pain.
    Ultracet Tablet is a narcotic pain reliever. It's used to treat muscle aches, back pain, joint pain, menstrual cramps, and toothaches, among other things. Dolo 650 Tablet is a medicine used to relieve pain and reduce fever. It is used to treat many conditions such as headaches, body aches, toothaches, and the common cold.
    Some of the common side effects of Ultracet are:
    • -Nervousness
    • -Anxiety
    • -Dizziness
    • -Headache
    • -Blurred vision
    Some of the common side effects of Dolo 650 are:
    • -Malaise
    • -Constipation
    • -Dizziness
    • -Drowsiness
    • -Fainting

    Frequently Asked Questions:

    This medication is used to relieve pain that is mild to intense. Tramadol and acetaminophen are the two drugs in it. Opioid analgesics are similar to tramadol. It alters the way your body perceives and reacts to pain by acting on the brain.
    Ultracet is a tramadol and acetaminophen mixture. Tramadol is a pain reliever that works similarly to opioids (sometimes called, a narcotic). Acetaminophen is a milder pain reliever that enhances tramadol's impact. Ultracet is a pain reliever that is used to treat mild to extreme pain.
    For patients with high blood pressure, heart disease, or kidney disorders and Tylenol (generic acetaminophen), Ultracet is always the safest option. High doses of Tylenol, on the other hand, will damage the liver, so use the smallest dose possible to get adequate pain relief. Never exceed 4,000 milligrammes (mg) per day.
    This type of tramadol comes in the form of a tablet and is usually taken every 4 to 6 hours. It's used to treat back pain, sciatica, and post-surgery pain in the spine. The maximum safe dose of immediate-release tablets for most adults is 400 mg per day.
    Within 30 to 60 minutes, they begin to work. They're used to treat pain that's only going to last a few minutes. It's possible that you'll be advised to take fast-acting tramadol only when you're in pain, rather than on a daily basis. Always pay attention to your doctor's orders.

    Citations:

  • Ultracet, https://europepmc.org/article/med/23771572
  • Ultracet side effects , https://acsjournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/cncr.26430