Positive for opiates
3 May 2012
Toradol should not show positive on a UA. I just moved but at my last job we were given UA's all the time b/c we worked w/ sick women and children. As employes's they did not like for us to take narcotic meds even if prescribed. Are clients were not allowed any narcotics at any time. Toradol was on the list of approved medications. When you go to the lab to take a UA just be honest about any prescribed meds your doc has you on. Then it won't matter if u test positive. Most meds and drugs will only stay in yr system for 3-14 days. We all know pot will stay a lil longer.
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