, in the U.S. is not scheduled. It is legal to have it but you need a prescription to obtain it.
Using the information swim
has found here: http://drugs-forum.com/forum/showthr...adol+drug+test
, tramadol will show up within 30 hours of taking it- depending on the method of testing. What Swim has read and determined is that tramadol will most likely not
show up on standard urine test, but failing tests due to tramadol has happened. (please note that swim is not
educated on how drug
testing works and is going off of what he has read here on the site)
Swim will ask a question and perhaps someone can clear it up for him
Swim doesn't know what would happen if it did
show up on a drug test though... It is a fully-synthetic opioid
. Ok, lets assume that someone is tested on a regular basis for opiate
/opioid use. If tramadol did actually show up as an opiate on a test, and tramadol was the only thing this person has been taking, what would the outcome be? Could this person tell whoever is administering the test that they have been taking tramadol? or would it be catigorized in the opiate/opioid area and this person gets the shaft for taking an un-regulated substance? Does it have to do with why swiy is getting tested in the first place (eg. opiates
)?-- Swim is confused.
Swim is very unfamilliar with drug testing ect.