Tramadol Addiction Self-Assessment Quiz

Tramadol, a prescription opioid that treats moderate-to-severe pain in people, is a drug commonly taken by those who suffer from arthritis. The substance also can be used by people who have long-term injuries and experience significant pain. Despite these benefits, tramadol can become addictive for certain people who are at risk of developing a substance use disorder.

This quiz can provide insight into whether or not you are addicted to the substance and how to seek addiction treatment, but the results of this quiz cannot replace a diagnosis of a substance use disorder from a medical professional.

Am I Addicted to Tramadol?

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders outlines ways to identify a substance use disorder by listing specific scenarios that can indicate the illness occurring. The Recovery Village created this assessment using information from the source to help people seek treatment for their tramadol use if needed. Answer “yes” or “no” to each question solely based on your tramadol use within the past year. Please do not answer any questions about your alcohol use, as The Recovery Village has a separate quiz for identifying alcoholism.

Please answer “yes” or “no” based only on your Tramadol use. In the past 12 months:

Have you increased your Tramadol dosage amount without receiving approval from your doctor?
Have you experienced extreme side effects such as skin rashes, hallucinations, seizures, loss of coordination or fainting since you began using tramadol?
Have you experienced strained relationships since you started taking tramadol?
Have you experienced significant withdrawal symptoms any time you stopped taking tramadol for an extended period of time?
Have you taken any other substances in combination with tramadol?
Have you suffered from financial strain due to always needing to have tramadol?
Have you worried about running out of your prescribed amount of tramadol?
Have you contacted more than one doctor in an attempt to gain multiple prescriptions to tramadol?
Have you neglected any responsibilities at home or work since you started using tramadol?
Has your tramadol use resulted in you becoming more secluded or distant from friends or family members?
Have you taken tramadol for any reason other than pain relief?
Have you felt guilt or shame about the amount of tramadol you take?

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