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User Voices for Estrone

The following are comments from users that experienced side effects while taking Estrone

Depression

Tramadol, Depression , Natural Medications I too got caught in the "tramadol addiction" trap for a brief period of time...After reading the experiences of others, I don't think I ever went over the de...


Source: Tramadol for depression

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Depression

... simply anecdotal stories. I do respect what you've gone through, and am not in any way trying to minimize it. I've experienced more than my share of deep and prolonged depression in my lifetime, ...


Source: Tramadol for depression

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Depression

Hi im new here, ive been depressed for years as many of you have, and tried suicide once, but survived that, and im looking to try tramadol, but im unemployed and cant get a doctors appointment, and ...


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