Tramadol Considered Controlled Substance In Pa

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is ultram related or in the same family as hydromorphone ## Ultram is not related to hydromorphone. Hydromorphone is Dilaudid, a class 2 controlled substance. A narcotic and addictive pain killer. Ultram is not even a scheduled controlled substance, is not considered a narcotic; HOWEVER, it has been proven to be addictive. Many people have gotten addicted to the tramadol in it. It has 50mg of tramadol in it. Side effects include insomnia, loss of appetite, euphoria, constipation, among others. ...
Updated 11 years ago in Hydromorphone.
Sat, Jun 24 '06, 7:42 PM
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white oblong pill with 377 imprint ## This is 50mgs of Tramadol, a generic for Ultram. This is an analgesic, derived from an opiate, so even though it works like an anti-inflammatory, it does have the same addictive qualities and is classified by the FDA as a narcotic. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, sweating, constipation and drowsiness. ## It is Tramadol which is NOT derived from any opiate, contrary to other comments here. It has no opium in it whatsoever. It is a pain killer but is niether a narcotic (it has no illicit drugs) nor is it an anti-inflammatory. It isn't scheduled, and in 48 states, it isn't considered a controlled substance! It does lightly attach to ONE of the opiate receptors in the brain, but most people do not get addicted. ## Susan nee... ...
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Thu, Sep 14 '17, 10:00 PM
Is Tramadol A Controlled Substance
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can i pass a drug test taking tramadol. ## can i pass a drug test taking tramadol ## No, it is not considered a controlled substance, since it isn't a straight opiate and it isn't something that is tested for on standard drug tests, it requires a special test to detect it. Are there any other questions? ## Tramadol is now listed as a class five controlled substance. As far as drug testing, I am not sure. ...
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