hi i am new here much like a lot of the people but you guys seem very knowledgeable and kind my question was with ten days before my next dr visit will my urine test pos for suboxene i have heard anything from three days to twenty four days i am very worried about this any accurate help would be greatly appreciated thanks so much in advance
How long can suboxene be detected in your urine?
Added 24 Jun 2011:
also wanted to add that it will be lab tested so do i need to call and change my visit date to be safe for sure i do not want to lose this dr he is great but he has to do what he has to do
24 Jun 2011
each person is different and you did Not list how much suboxone you were on or how long you took it, that would have helped make this a bit easier. There was a member here who had to ask this same question because of a court hearing, she needed to know for sure. She said the company that makes it told her from 11 to 24 days. She had to do a hair follicle and urine test, and she passed in 11 days. She was on 8 mgs per day for at least a few weeks. A mail off test to a lab may show a slight positive for up to 24 days if you take more than 8 mgs per day and have been taking it a while. I hope this info will help you, lab test are more sensitive, so therefore, they will show you positive for longer. If you just took this briefly, you may test negative a bit more quickly.
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