How to Buy Tramadol Online

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Tramadol is the generic name for the brand name Ultram and is used to relieve moderate to sever pain. Tramadol is a prescription medicine but is not a scheduled substance. You can therefore buy Tramadol online from an Internet pharmacy with a doctor's prescription and have Tit delivered by mail.

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Choose a recommended online pharmacy. The National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) provides a list of recommended online pharmacies on the NAPB website.

  2. 2

    Locate Tramadol on the pharmacy website that you have chosen. Search for Tramadol by typing "Tramadol" or "Ultram" into the website's search tool and clicking the search button.

  3. 3

    Select the dosage and quantity listed on your prescription.

  4. 4

    Register. Online pharmacies require that you complete a registration form that asks for information such as known drug allergies and information about any prescription drugs you are currently taking.

  5. 5

    Select a method of providing your doctor's prescription. Depending on the online pharmacy, your choices may include mailing in the prescription, transferring the prescription from another pharmacy, having your doctor call or fax the prescription, or having the online pharmacy request the prescription from your doctor.

  6. 6

    Provide payment information. If you are using insurance for the purchase you will be prompted to provide the insurer's information.

  7. 7

    Make any required payment to complete the process. The online pharmacy will e-mail you information about your specific purchase.

Tips and warnings

  • Compare the cost for your Tramadol prescription on multiple recommended websites. The cost for the medicine and for delivery may vary.

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