I am currently taking suboxone. Can that be confused for morphine?
13 Jul 2011
It really depends on the drugs test being done. Methadone and morphine are both opiates so they will show up as such. Some tests can distinguish between the two though. As far as Suboxone, it will not cause a positive for opiates such as morphine. Thus the doctor can tell if you take any opiates while in Suboxone therapy.
Hope this helps,
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