I have a pharmchek/sweat patch/drug patch on. Although i do have a script for the medication i would like to know if it will show up because if it does it will just be a hassle getting everything to my probation officer and explaining things bc i was out of town when i got it and wasn’t able to tell PO i was leaving town.. so if anyone knows that answer i would really really appreciate it I will be off Probation in weeks. I haven’t used prescription drugs in over a year. long story short i broke my back a year ago and was prescribed oxycodone and got hooked. i was pulled over without my bottle and gave a statement which basically got me on probation. anyways if someone could let me know if tramadol will show up on a pharmchek drug/sweat patch i would greatly appreciate it. Thank you
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