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Is methocarbol like ultram?

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masso 19 Oct 2013

Ultram (tramadol) is used in the treatment of back pain; chronic pain; pain and belongs to the drug class miscellaneous analgesics.

Methocarbamol is used in the treatment of opiate withdrawal; muscle spasm; tetanus and belongs to the drug class skeletal muscle relaxants.

mezme 19 Oct 2013

thank you , i was wondering one more thing, will it test positive as
anything on a drug test?

masso 19 Oct 2013

Both drugs are not controlled by the drug subject of the Controlled Substances Act.

MacIntosh12 19 Oct 2013

Hi masso and all,
Ultram may actually test positive as an opiate/opioid, believe it or not, even though tis not a controlled substance... yet. Ultram/Tramadol is indeed a miscellaneous analgesic, yet tis also a "synthetic opioid analgesic."
Just sayin' : )
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