i recently took a drug test and tested positive for percocet which i did take one perc less then 24 hrs before the test but i have a prescription for percocet. but they are sending it to a lab and im nervous because about 50 hrs ago i had about 30mg of oxycottin for my back. so my question is will the lab just test the percocet that i tested positive for or will they test every thing in the urine and be able to tell the difference between the perc and the OC? also do u think i will test positve for OC when they test it in the lab? also i am not an every day user its only the 3rd time ive taken OC in a year. thank you
30 Jun 2009
Your urine sample in the lab will probably test for everything. It will be able to detect the oxycodone in both the Percocet and OxyContin tablets. The important thing for you is the duration of time from when you took the tablets and when you gave your urine sample.It is difficult to determine the duration of detectability of oxycodone in urine drug screens. However, based on pharmacokinetic data, the approximate duration of detectability for a single dose of oxycodone is roughly estimated to be one to two days following drug exposure. Given that you say you took the OxyContin tablet 50 hours ago you will probably be ok and it won't be detected,however it is likely that it will detect the oxycodone, from the Percocet tablet that you took less than 24 hours ago.
13 Jul 2009
It will come up as the same drug. And as levels meaning amount you should have in system the only TRUE way of knowing that is NOT through urinalysis but Indeed through blood test. To touch base on the comment of Morphine. I believe morphine and codeine are tested in their respected classes as a seperate.
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