No. There are 2 steps taken. One is to test for the drug itself. Then when it shows positive, they test the level of how much is in your system. That's the main premise for patients being tested when under the care of a pain specialist. They need to verify people are taking meds as directed. Bottom line... once you test positive they will test to check the levels of oxycodone in your system.
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