Do different medications show up differently in urine tests?
- 3 Nov 2011 by curiosity question
- 1 Feb 2012
- opana, valium, oxycodone, urine test, medication, urine
A friend is going to the Dr. tomorrow, she thinks her Dr. is going to ask for a drug screen. She is supposed to be taking valium and oxycodone. She has also had an opana lately. Will the Dr. be able to tell the difference?
Hi, I am not the expert here on this, but I think she will be ok if she has a script for oxycodone. Opana is a step up I believe, but the experts on here may chime in & give you a better answer...
On a basic drug screen, the oxycodone and the Opana will both show as an opiate. The valium will show as a benzodiazepine. Don't think he will be able to tell the difference between the oxy and the Opana unless he uses a more sophisticated test.
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