What is Tramadol?
Tramadol is a drug that is used to treat and relieve severe pain. It acts similar to an opioid. For this reason, the potential for abuse is high.
Are There Drug Tests that Detect Tramadol?
Yes, many drug tests will detect the presence of Tramadol, depending on which type of drug screening procedure is being administered. 12 Panel Now provides a few options. The Single Panel Tramadol Test strip and the 14 Panel Drug Test with Tramadol.
Can I get addicted to Tramadol?
Yes, a person can develop tolerance, then dependence, and finally addiction to Tramadol. Read more here: Is Tramadol Addictive? Can It Cause Withdrawal?
How Long can it be detected in urine?
Tramadol tests can detect the drug in the body sometime after last use:
- Urine- from 1 to 4 days
- Hair – 4-6 months
- Saliva -up to 48 hours
- Blood- about 12–24 hours
Read more here: How Long Does Tramadol Stay in Your System?
Can you drink alcohol with Tramadol?
It would be best if you do not combine alcohol with Tramadol as both are depressants. If taken together, they can cause brain damage and even death. Read more here: The Effects of Mixing Alcohol with Tramadol
Can You Overdose on Tramadol?
Yes, you can overdose on Tramadol, which can be fatal. Overdosing will manifest in a slow heart rate, severe drowsiness, cold and clammy skin, labored breathing, or coma. Read more here: Tramadol
Is Toradol the same as Tramadol?
No, although both are prescribed to treat pain, they are different. Toradol is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). On the other hand, Tramadol is an opioid analgesic and is a Schedule IV controlled substance. Read more here: Toradol vs Tramadol
Can You Take Tylenol with Tramadol?
Yes, you can. Both drugs are used in combination to treat severe pain. Tylenol or Acetaminophen, when taken with Tramadol, provides improved pain relief. Read more here: Tramadol and Acetaminophen (Oral Route)