4 May 2010
That's a negative, ghostrider... Ultram/Tramadol is an atypical opiate and immunoassays on most standard drug test detect codeine/morphine (or medications that metabolize into one of these two)... Ultram metabolizes primarily into O-demethyl tramadol which is undetectable in standard immunoassays.
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