Bear in mind though, that pain is an important way in which your body is telling you that something is wrong. We wouldn’t know that our tooth is faulty and that it has gone bad if it wasn’t for pain. Without it, we would never be able to tell that there is something wrong, except by pure luck and accident when our doctor checks for some completely unrelated medical problem. Tramadol does not make the pain go away. The pain, at some degree will still be there, it just alters the way in which your body feels the pain all in so you could function normally.
Painkillers, like Tramadol, which belongs to a group of medications that go by the name opiate agonists, are a very potent type of drugs and definitely not something that you should use iresponsibly. This means that you need to get a prescription from your doctor first. Don’t worry, it should be simple enough to get an approval and written prescription from your doctor, once he sees the level of pain you are in. Nobody would want to torture you. But once you do get a prescription for a drug like Tramadol, you will have to follow it by the letter because any straying, like missing a dose, taking a larger dose, taking a dose before it is due or stopping abruptly could get you into more trouble than you were already in. So heed your doctor’s advice above all.