20 Mar 2011
Methadone is a synthetic opiate that depending on the sensitivity of the test would show positive for opiates. Of course, if you have a prescription for this drug or get it from a clinic then you can show proof to the testing site and avoid any ramifications.
- Methadone Information for Consumers
- Methadone Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Methadone (detailed)
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I've never taken methadone, how is this possible? That wasn't the only thing to show positive. Oxycodone. oxycontin, opiates, and methadone ...
2 answers • 25 May 2011
I have been on a methadone treatment program successfully for 5yrs.I have not used any opiates in that time outside of the prescribed medication for ...
1 answer • 15 Jun 2011
I heard that methadone will not come up on a six panel drug test. I have passed before when I took it 3 days before, so I don't know if it was ...
2 answers • 20 Oct 2011
can they tell the difference in methadone and morphine or do they both just show up as opiates?
2 answers • 28 Apr 2012