Are they the same on drug panel? How long in system? I ran out of oxycontin but have oxycodone. Thank You
28 Nov 2011
Hey perscribed meds,
They are the same. Oxycontin is the brand name and oxycodone is the generic. Oxycontin is generally prescribed without acetominophen while oxycodone is generally prescribed with. The will show the same on a drug panel. They last in your system for upto 5 days after your last dose depending on your frequency, strength and personal metabolism.
18 May 2012
I take oxycodone and it doesn't have tylenol in it. they have too have a specific test for oxycodone since it doesn't show up as an opiate. I don't know about oxycontin, I have been asking the same question,only i'm prescribed oxycodone and I wanna take an oxycontin so II can sleep longer than 4 hrs. oxycodone lasts 4-6hrs, the other person was wrong. my doc sends tests to the lab. if it is only a dip test you will be fine. How did it turn out?
19 May 2012
Thank you for the answers. I found that
On the panel, it does check per each med prescribed.
This can detect the amount in my system in order to insure proper dosing.In these days and times, we have the testing to insure that no abuse is taking place.
In a way , it's ashame. Abuse is a scarey subject. Thanks again.
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