... they both show as opiates or does 1 show as something different? I have a legal script for the tylenol but do not for tramadol. thanks so much and any help is appreciated!
Tylenol #3 will show up as an opiate in a general test as it breaks down into morphine and norcodeine. Tramadol is not technically an opiate. It is chemically different than opioids. It is said to be "opioid-like" meaning so because, although it is chemically different from opioids, it acts on the same receptors that opioids do. If tramadol is tested for specifically, it will show up, but not all tests check for tramadol. It will show up different from Tylenol#3 if it is tested for. Good Luck!
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