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I last bought this about 5 years ago (TINDOL) but now pharmacies only want to sell it as a 37.5mg/325mg paracetamol combination.

Is this now standard or can I still get the pure 50mg anywhere?  (not in a hospital and without prescription).

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42 minutes ago, ImageDude said:

I buy these over the counter in my local pharmacy.  ANADOL 50mg capsules. They will only sell 20 capsules per person per visit. Sometimes they want me to sign but mostly they don't.

 

Hope this helps.

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May I ask where?  or PM me if you are uncomfortable posting - many thanks

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You can certainly still get plain Tramadol. Larger pharmacy is the best option, smaller ones often do not carry it.

 

Would help if you indicated where in Thailand you live.

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1 hour ago, BobBKK said:

 

May I ask where?  or PM me if you are uncomfortable posting - many thanks

I am in Chiang Rai and the pharmacy is in the town centre. I tried a few pharmacies before I got to this one, Other pharmacies told me that they had stopped selling it some time ago. The wife usually comes with me and I am able to buy 40 capsules at a time.

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21 hours ago, Sheryl said:

You can certainly still get plain Tramadol. Larger pharmacy is the best option, smaller ones often do not carry it.

 

Would help if you indicated where in Thailand you live.

 

I'm sorry I'm in Chiang Mai now.

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Try:

 

Fascino on Suthep road, GPS 18.789033, 98.9734

 

or

 

Peera pharmacy just inside Thae Pae Gate on  Rachadamoen Road (the beginning of the Sunday Walking street market) on the left

 

or Pharma Square pharmacy -  near Peera

 

Pharmacies are required to keep record of all sales so don't be surprised if they ask for ID. And they may limit the amount you can buy at one time. Teenagers have been abusing it, is the problem.

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22 hours ago, Sheryl said:

You can certainly still get plain Tramadol. Larger pharmacy is the best option, smaller ones often do not carry it.

 

Would help if you indicated where in Thailand you live.

I though Tramadol were prescription only..Please clarify...Ta.

 

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On 1/26/2021 at 1:16 PM, BobBKK said:

I last bought this about 5 years ago (TINDOL) but now pharmacies only want to sell it as a 37.5mg/325mg paracetamol combination.
 
Is this now standard or can I still get the pure 50mg anywhere?  (not in a hospital and without prescription).

I can only seem to find ultracet same combination, never heard of Anadol, is it the same combo? Ultracet is a bit pricey. Oh just read the label 50mg, will try and get some Anadol next time

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3 hours ago, Nout said:

I though Tramadol were prescription only..Please clarify...Ta.

 

It does not require a prescription in Thailand

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5 hours ago, TSF said:

Be extra careful using Tram, damn addictive stuff, once your hooked it's up there with heroin and other opiates withdrawals. I was hooked on the stuff for several years and it took 2 detox treatments in Aussie drug & alcohol centers to get me off it. 

I have also been hooked on this drug. It is very similar to opiates, with similar withdrawals. It is  irresponsible to self-administer this drug, unless you are a doctor. 

https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/is-tramadol-a-risky-pain-medication-2019061416844#:~:text=In 2014%2C the FDA designated,therefore is more tightly regulated.

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On 1/26/2021 at 10:28 AM, ImageDude said:

I buy these over the counter in my local pharmacy.  ANADOL 50mg capsules. They will only sell 20 capsules per person per visit. Sometimes they want me to sign but mostly they don't.

 

Hope this helps.

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Do not confuse with Anadrol

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15 hours ago, Sheryl said:

It does not require a prescription in Thailand

 

Been to 5 chemists none stock it or any Thai equivalent one saying 'hospital'.

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