The answer to your question is NO for 2 reasons. #1 , Tramadol is non-narcotic so therefore it will not be tested for as a drug of abuse. Think about it. How are they going to test you for a drug that's non-narcotic? That's like giving you a drug test , finding Tylenol in your system and busting you for it. HAHA! It just does NOT add up. Pills like Hydrocodones , Oxycontins , Oxycodones , Valiums , Darvocets , Tylenol 3s.. Those are all controlled substances , hence the reason why you can fail a drug test because of them. # 2, it is not classified in any drug category. Although it binds to the opiate receptors in the brain , it is NOT an opiod of any kind! In a standard test you will not test positive and even in the extended tests i don't believe they test for them either. You have nothing to worry about. PS: I am on 5 Ultrams right now, I had an interview @ a job yesterday and it requires a drug test which I think I have this week. When I go to the drug test I'll probably be f****d up on these. TRUST ME. They will not test positive , or cause a false positive, for ANYTHING. 1/13/08 -Mike C-
Methocarbamol is a complete opposite of methamphetamine. Methocarbamol would be more likely to register as an opiate (pain pill). Methamphetamine is a "home made" laboratory drug for street users and is also found in medicine's such as Adderall. But, it would be safe to give this drug at least 72 hours to clear your system with a pee test.
Methocarbamol will not show on a urinalysis test at all. It is the carbamate of guaifenesin. Guaifenesin is commonly known as Mucinex. This does not fall into any of the ten common classes of tested drugs, which are amphetamines, barbituates, benzodiazepines, cannabinoids, cocaine, methadone, methaqualone, opiates, phencyclidine, and propoxyphine. Look up these chemical names if you need specific drugs under them.
No, it won't. Methocarbamol is a muscle relaxer not an opiod. Won't hurt you a bit.
It is an amphetamine. It will usually show up on a drug test until about 3 days have passed.
Can trazadone give a false positive urine drug screen for methamphetamine
I am a Registered Nurse who works in an Emergency Department where we frequently test for illicit drugs. Urine toxicology screens discern Adderall from methamphetamines. There is a rarely used ADHD medication that would test positive as meth, but it is not Adderall.
Adderall will cause one to test positive for amphetamines in a drug screen.
Adderall will throw a true positive for amphetamines, since that's what they make it from.
No, adderall will show up on drug tests as positive for amphetamines.
Adderall will show up as methamphetamine on any type of drug test.
It depends on the drug screen. If the drug screen is simply checking for "amphetamines", then meth and Adderall will both show up as amphetamines. However, many tests will distinguish between meth and amphetamines, and in this case, Adderall should test as an amphetamine while meth should test as meth.
Adderall belongs to the amphetamine group of drugs and willl show up on a drug test as such. The previous answer to this question incorrectly states that Adderall (dextroamphetamine and amphetamine salts) is in the same class as Ritalin (methylphenidate). This is incorrect. Their chemical properties and structures are very distinct. Adderall (Amphetamine) is almost the same drug, chemically, as Crystal Meth (methamphetamine). Methamphetamine has an additional Carbon group (Chemists call this a methyl group, hence METHamphetamine) at the terminal amine group. As a pharmacist, I am positive that because of this structural similarity, it will show up on a drug test as amphetamine. I also know there is no difference on most drug tests between methamphetamine and amphetamine. They are almost the exact same drug, except for 2 Hydrogens and a Carbon. If you read the previous answer to this, please disregard. It was grossly incorrect.
Adderall does not have Methamphetamine in it. Adderall is the brand name for the drug Amphetamine. Adderall will cause a drug test to read positive for amphetamines. It's main ingredient is Called DextroAmphetamine, which works very similar to meth, but not quite as serious. Adderal is often reffered to as "BABY METH"
No, Adderall (TM) is a brand name for a mix of different amphetamines. Amphetamines are part of most standard drug tests while Ritalin (TM), which is the brand name for the drug methylphenidate, is not part of most standard drug tests. So if you take an Adderall, you will test positive for amphetamines, and they would likely suspect you for methamphetamine use.
Yes, Adderall is a combination of Levo amphetamine, and dextro amphetamine, and will test positive for amphetamines.
Sure can. Adderall is an amphetamine. Added 9.24.10: Not necessarily. I was curious about this myself ( I work in a drug treatment program) and tested my own urine. I've been on Adderall for a while now and take it as prescribed, fearful that it would show up positive. The test strips we have test for methamphetamine, and when i tested myself, i came up negative. Adderall is an amphetamine, but it has a different chemical structure. But, this may not be true for all drug tests.