Common Side Effects of Citra
When taking 100 mg of Citra, some users may experience mild side effects such as dizziness, nausea and vertigo, vomiting, itchiness, dry mouth, diarrhea, heartburn, constipation, and headache.
Uncommon (Infrequent) Side Effects of Citra Tramadol
While taking Citra Tramadol, which is less common, some users may experience mild side effects including whole-body discomfort, difficulty in breathing, coordination issues, confusion, and congestion.
Rare Effects of Citra Tablet
In rare cases, severe side effects may occur in 1 in 1000 users. These symptoms include serotonin syndrome, respiratory depression, allergic reactions, and urine retention.
Citra is a patient-centric medicine that provides analgesic effects and relieves pain. It works by attaching to pain receptors in the central nervous system (CNS) of the brain, inhibiting the sensation of pain. It also affects the patient’s emotional response to pain, bringing a sense of calmness and well-being.
Although Citra is considered a less potent opioid treatment, addiction is still possible if consumed in excessive quantities. Common addictive symptoms include constipation, nausea, poor coordination, drowsiness, slowed breathing rate, hyperalgesia (increased tolerance to pain with higher doses), and confusion.
Citra Withdrawal Symptoms
When discontinuing Citra use, users may experience withdrawal symptoms associated with antidepressants rather than opioids. These symptoms may include gooseflesh, trouble sleeping, agitation, psychosis, sweats and chills, nausea or vomiting, and diarrhea. Withdrawal symptoms can typically subside within a week or so.
Note: The information provided here is not a substitute for professional medical advice. If experiencing excessive symptoms, it is recommended to seek proper medical treatment.