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Can I use Ultram if I have a history of drug addiction?

If you have a history of drug addiction, talk to your doctor before taking Ultram (tramadol). This prescription medication for moderate to moderately severe pain can be habit-forming, and that risk is increased if you have abused or been addicted to substances in the past.

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