SWI-OP already took said tramadol
and has it in his system, hence his reason for asking to begin with.
feels questions relating to 'Is there really such thing as a test for tramadol?', after SWI-OP revealed he is being LAB TESTED specifically for tramadol, are quite irresponsible (and pointless). It would seem SWI-OP's situation is rather urgent, and he requested advice, swim offered what has worked for him in the past, nothing more. Swim simply just wishes to remind his fellow swimmers that drug
tests are very potentially life-altering experiences, and quick, to the point advice could be the difference between say SWI-OP losing his job or going to jail, versus keeping his job and maintaining the quality of his life (however that may be). Asking such questions, and by probing for potential 'logic behind swi-op's situation' certainly falls in the realm of 'off-topic', and hinders the speed at which swi-op receives the advice he is seeking.
If SWIY were asking the community "Swim took 20 CCC
's and is worried he is gonna die... (noting known physical symptoms and information known to him)... What do?"
Wouldn't swiy want to hear a quick to the point answer that might save his or her life, rather than pointless questions such as 'why did you take 20 CCC's' or 'IS SWIY TRYING TO KILL HIMSELF!?!?!.
The subject of drug testing should be treated with the same respect as the subject of 'am I gonna live or die', as both can significantly impact quality of life on a more immediate basis. Swim urges others to keep this in mind.
Back to the point:
Swim has successfully passed a UA by drinking ALOT of water (but not too much).
Swim has successfully passed a UA thanks to stimulants
Swim has successfully passed a UA by diluting his urine.
Swim knows these won't work for everyone, but they worked for swim.
This is the extent of SWIM'S knowledge on passing drug tests.
Swim would also like to know any information beyond what he knows that others may have...
Swims belief is 'passing a drug test is simply LUCKY when one knows he or she has drugs
in his system.' and knows there isn't much help for people in this situation... Surely some of his fellow swimmers, however, have more information, even if it is just 'personal experience'. Swim would like to see it.