What is a 627 Marked White Pill?

The etching on a small white round pill with the three numbers 627 is Tramadol. It is a narcotic medication that is prescribed for acute or chronic pain. The brand names that Tramadol is available as are Ultram, Ultram ER, and Conzip. White pills marked with a 627 are identified as Tramadol Hydrochloride 50 mg. The dosage strength in this pill is most sought after by people who use opioids to get high. 

Tramadol has had a history of misconceptions and controversy related to whether or not it is addictive. Currently, Tramadol is considered a schedule IV narcotic. Less than ten years ago, Tramadol was not considered an addictive medication or a controlled substance.  

Background About Tramadol Abuse

Since August of 2014, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) listed Tramadol as an opioid analgesic (pain killer). It increased its listing to schedule IV of the Controlled Substances Act. The controlled substances act identifies all substances that will cause addiction or put someone at risk for abuse. The schedules determine how dangerous a substance is and how severe the legal action can be made on someone who is found to have a controlled substance on them without a doctor’s prescription or medical approval.

Drugs, substances, and certain chemicals used to make drugs are classified into five distinct categories or schedules depending upon the drug’s acceptable medical use and the drug’s abuse or dependency potential. Schedule I drugs have a high potential for abuse and the potential to create severe psychological and/or physical dependence. As the drug schedule changes– Schedule II, Schedule III, etc., so does the abuse potential– Schedule V drugs represents the least potential for abuse. (DEA)

What is a 627 Marked White Pill?

What is Tramadol Addiction?

People who are taking white round pills marked with 627 are taking Tramadol 50 mg. Addiction to these pills is common and can ruin a person’s life quickly. The signs of addiction or abuse for Tramadol will resemble other opioid addictions. Tramadol is considered a synthetic (manmade) opioid pain killer. To know if someone is addicted to Tramadol, there are several signs and symptoms of Tramadol addiction. Most people who abuse Tramadol get it from a doctor or from a friend who has a prescription. Tramadol is also sold illegally on the streets, like other illicit pain pills.

Signs And Symptoms of Tramadol Addiction 

Since Tramadol is most often acquired through a doctor, many people addicted to it will engage in doctor shopping to get more Tramadol. This type of drug-seeking behavior occurs when a person sees more than one doctor get a prescription for Tramadol. People will exaggerate pain or falsify pain to convince a doctor to prescribe them more Tramadol; and usually switch providers frequently or see more than one doctor at a time for different pain conditions. Other signs and symptoms of Tramadol addiction will include:

  • Appearing sleepy and tired or nodding off
  • Borrowing or asking for money for unusual emergencies ( lost wallet, flat tires, unexplained bills, money for food, gas, etc.)
  • Driving while on Tramadol
  • Consuming alcohol with Tramadol
  • Buying Tramadol from dealers or other people
  • Physical sickness (withdrawal ) when they do not use Tramadol

Tramadol is an opioid, it will cause detox symptoms to occur. These symptoms are dangerous and will require that this individual get professional medical support to get clean. Tramadol detox symptoms include the onset of flu-like symptoms, cold sweats and fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, bone and muscle pain, skin-crawling, racing pulse, and increased blood pressure. Tramadol depot symptoms can also cause restlessness, insomnia, and desperation to do anything to get more Tramadol, like lie or steal or commit crimes

Where to Get Help for 627 Tramadol Pill Abuse?

The programs we connect people to for addiction to Tramadol 627 pills or other opioid prescription pain killers can help you or a loved one get free from their addiction to opioids today. 

Our representatives will make all the necessary arrangements that include travel and transportation to a medication-providing Tramadol 627 opioid detox, followed by an individualized treatment program that relies on evidence-based forms of treatment and therapy for opioid addictions. 

We will discuss insurance and payment options and give around-the-clock support to the person who needs help until they are admitted into detox or at a treatment program.

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