How Long Does It Take For Tramadol To Leave The Body?
I want to ask if, for example, we want to have a medical check-up but I just stopped taking Tramadol 2 days ago, will I get caught or not?
Tramadol is a moderate to severe pain reliever that is used only by prescription and under the supervision of a doctor.
The drugs we consume are usually metabolized and circulated in the body for a certain period of time. Within a certain period of time, the remaining drug substances will be excreted by the body through urine, feces / feces or sweat. This process can vary depending on the dosage of the drug used, the patient's body condition and the type of drug preparation.
Especially for tramadol, the duration of action in the body ranges from 6 to 9 hours after consumption. So that in a span of about 12 to 24 hours, the remaining substances will be excreted through urine. But again you need to remember, this can be influenced by many medical factors for a person.
If you are taking tramadol on the doctor's instructions, please inform the officer who performed the drug test (Narcotics, Psychotropics and Additives) that you are following. You can ask your doctor to write a medical certificate stating that the use of tramadol is indeed given for medical indications.
If you are abusing tramadol for non-medical purposes, you should stop using it and seek professional help, especially if you are already experiencing an addiction. Tramadol is an opioid-derived pain medication that has dangerous side effects for your health.
Be open to your family and loved ones about your condition. Ask for support throughout the drug addiction rehabilitation process.
Stay away from friends and surroundings that could trigger you to use drugs again. Follow the steps for handling drug rehabilitation in a disciplined and thorough manner.
Read about the Drug Rehabilitation Process in this HealthReplies.com article.
That's the info we can share, hope it helps you.
Greetings healthy, Dr Caecilia Haryu Aryapti.