Zafin (Tramadol & Paracetamol) is made up of acetaminophen and Tramadol. Zafin can cause drowsiness and other side effects. It is therefore advisable to avoid activities like driving before knowing how the drug affects you.
Tramadol is known to hinder breathing when the dosage is changed or when you’re beginning your medication. Follow the prescribed instructions – don’t extend the period you take it and don’t increase your dosage. This drug should not be taken by people who are prone to addiction or those who are suicidal.
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So check these out: Your doctor will determine the best dosage for your body depending on the severity of your pain, age and how your body responds. Ideally, 1-2 tablets are recommended for people older than 16 years – they should be taken every 4-6 hrs depending on your pain. Zafin is not recommended for people aged below 16 years because experts cannot confirm its effectiveness and safety. Your doctor may extend your dosage interval if you’re above 75 years old. Now I’m going to stop you right there. Do you know of the side effects caused by this medication? Let’s take a look.
Antidepressants like amitriptyline, citalopram, fluoxetine and sertraline
Hypnotic drugs like zolpidem
Protease inhibitors like darunavir, atazanavir or ritonavir
Antifungal drugs like ketoconazole or voriconazole