Read this entire leaflet carefully before you start taking this medicine because it contains important information for you.

What is in this leaflet?

  1. What Palexia® retard is and it’s used.
  2. What you need to know while taking Palexia® retard
  3. How to take Palexia® retard
  4. Viable side effects
  5. How to load Palexia® retard
  6. Contents of the pack and other data

What Palexia® retard is and what it is used for

Tapentadol – the active element in Palexia® retard – is a powerful painkiller which belongs to the class of opioids. Palexia® retard is used for the cure of severe chronic pain in adults that can only be adequately handled with an opioid painkiller.

  1. What you need to know before you take Palexia® retard

Do not take Palexia® retard:

Warnings and precautions

Talk to your doctor or pharmacist before taking Palexia® retard:

Palexia® retard may conduct to physical and psychological addiction. If you have a propensity to abuse medicines or if you are dependent on medicines, you should only take these tablets for short terms and under strict medical supervision.

Other medicines and Palexia® retard

Examine with your primary care physician or drug specialist on the off chance that you are taking, have as of late taken or may take some other prescriptions. Your breathing may wind up unsafe moderate or shallow (respiratory despondency) on the off chance that you are taking dozing pills or sedatives (for example barbiturates, benzodiazepines), or torment relievers like morphine and codeine (likewise as hack prescription) in blend with Palexia® hinder. On the off chance that this happens to talk about with your PCP.

If you are taking CNS depressants (e.g. benzodiazepines, antipsychotics, H1-antihistamines, opioids, alcohol) in a mix-up with Palexia® retard your consciousness may be reduced, you perhaps feel drowsier or feel that you might faint. If this happens then tell your doctor.

If you are taking definite CNS depressants (e.g. benzodiazepines, antipsychotics, H1-antihistamines, opioids, alcohol) in a mix-up with Palexia® retard your consciousness may be reduced, you may feel drowsier or feel that you might vague. If this happens tell your doctor or pharmacist.

Serotonin syndrome is an infrequent, life-threatening situation that has been reported in some patients who took Tapentadol in a mix-up with so-called serotoninergic medicines (e.g. certain medicines for the treatment of depression). Signals of serotonin syndrome may be for example confusion, restlessness, fever, and sweating, uncoordinated movement of limbs or eyes, jerking of muscles, myoclonus, and diarrhea. Your doctor may prescribe you on this.

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  1. I am looking for an honest supplier for Tapentadol.. I have a friend who got shot in the war in Afghanistan and is in a lot of pain. Can you help him? We have tried to purchase this from several online pharmacies and the last two promises they had shipped it but they Supplied fake tracking numbers and I got my money back because I used PayPal and it protects me so that’s how you would be paid as well and if you’re honest you get your money for sure. Please let me know if you can help and how fast you can do this. Thank you

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