JUST AN FYI- THEY DID SHOW UP SEPERATELY
30 May 2012
I have to disagree with balbanese. If it is for pain management then no, they will show up differently. Percocet is oxycodone and has different metabolites than fentanyl. Pain management will not lump all opioids together in one "opiate" category. they will do individual tests to be sure you are taking your prescribed meds and no other.
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