Will tramadol show up as a narcotic or at all in your system in a urine test and how long in system?
Question posted by tara1970 on 16 Feb 2011
Last updated on 23 November 2016
I was a nurse for six years and Yes that will show up on a drug screen. there is no such thing as testing for certain pills. A tramadol comes up on a test just like vicodin.or any pain killer for that matter. The test will say opiate. but if u know when your test is. you can stop taking it 72 hours before and it will not show up.Dont let anybody tell u different.Xanax will come up as a benzodiazepine (weed comes up as THC, cocaine says cocaine so on and so forth. remember 95% of drugs will be out of your system in 3 days. Except mary jane. hope this helps
Tramadol or Ultram is not listed as a narcotic at this time through DEA, however, this drug is addicting, just as much so as vicodin. As far as a urine test it will only show up if they test specifically for Tramadol. Every drug test is different, and test for several different drugs. it won't show up as just a narcotic, it will only show up as tramadol if they test for tramadol. If they are testing for Vicodin, or oxycontin ect.. It won't show up. Good luck. P.S. If they test for tramadol, it could show up to 30 days after taken.
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