Tramadol And Vicodin - Will They Show Up The Same On A Drug Test

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cindy Says:
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Will tramadol and vicodin show up the same on a work drug test urine I have a chronic colitis issue and can't get past a drug test to get a job. I do take tramadol for my arthritis.



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Kris Says:

Hello the tramadol won't but the vicodin will because its an opiate and all drug tests test for opiates.

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Will tramadol and vicodin show up as the same thing on a drug test?

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