Ultram (tramadol) will only show up on a drug test if it is specifically tested for.
The majority of urine drug tests will not test for Tramadol.
At this time, tramadol is not considered a narcotic/opiate. Although tramadol is an opioid drug (similar to morphine), it does not seem to be as addictive as other opioids. Also, tramadol is not classified as a narcotic according to the Controlled Substances Act. However, research has recently shown that tramadol works similarly to morphine, and there have been reports of abuse and dependence on the drug.
- Ultram Information for Consumers
- Ultram Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Ultram (detailed)
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