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Is ultram a narcodic?

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hmhaas 2 Dec 2009

By the FDA it is considered a narcotic, but not all states treat it as a narcotic.

jk13 4 Dec 2009

Good question - Ultram is an Opioid, as it is a synthetic stripped-down analog of codeine (according to Wikipedia) and hits the opioid receptor. So... some would say yes, it is a narcotic due to that fact - however, it is also a snri, so some will say no due to that fact. It seems to be in a gray area. A few states have it as a scheduled drug, but most states don't, although that seems to be controversial as of now and will be interesting to see how long that lasts.

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