I took 50 mg of tramadol 7 day before my test and then I took 25 mg of tramadol 3 hours prior to the test. The test also has low detection level cutoffs. Should I test positive for it?
Tramadol and urine test for it?
Question posted by TheRaven13 on 1 March 2012
Last updated on 4 May 2013 by wantanbe
I am prescribed this but I didn't know whether this would be a high enough dosage to detect. I don't want them to think I'm selling them. I have all the pills that I haven't taken on an as needed basis. Should I just bring them with me?
The last comment I read must have included 15 diff. drugs that they claim they test for. That is just crazy--no place could/ would willing pay to have your urine analyzed for such a broad spectrum of meds. or drugs-just not cost effective. And, if you really are being tested for all those drugs mentioned in that prior comment, then you have far bigger problems to worry about than testing post. for tramadol.
Yes, I agree with rockgal81, you shouldn't worry. If Tramadol is prescribed to you make sure you have proof that your doctor prescribed to you. When you are tested they are looking for:
Over-the-Counter Drugs - Cold medicine
Some are listed that seems harmless. I got this through a google search.
I think it depends on whether tramadol is in the test panel. Most places don't actually test for it and it doesn't come up as an opiate. But, I talked to a drug counselor and he said that more and more places are testing for it. I don't think you have enough in your system for it to come up though, so I wouldn't be too worried! Good luck! Let me know how it goes!
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