If I take a percacet or opana, do these come back as cocaine in work drug tests? And how many days to flush from my body if I have advance warning of the test? Thank You
18 Jan 2010
I looked it up and opana would come back as an oxymorphone,72 hours to clear the system. percocet any opiate pill is water soluable. Depending on the amount of water you drink, how many times a day you urinate and the amount of sweat saturation you produce a day can determine how fast or slow it takes for the medication to exit the urin system. If you are athletic and do a reasonable amount of sweating, drink plenty of water and urinate regularly then it will only take like 24-48 hours at tops. If you arnt, and you just sit around getting stoned off of them it still would only take 3-4 days and thats if you arnt drinking any water during these periods of time and are eating a lot of fatty foods which will cause the molecules of the opiate to stick to the body longer.
Any opiate in general only takes around 2-3 days to get out of the system for a urinalysis but for a blood analysis it will take 5-7 days and this goes into further examination of how much of the opiate you take per day.
I have no idea if it would come back as cocaine or not,the above is what i found on the net.
- Opana Information for Consumers
- Opana Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Opana (detailed)
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