... if you take percocet10/325 daily but took 4 hydrocodone10/325 but resumed the percocet? how long will the hydrocodone take to leave your system in order to pass a urine test for a pain mng center ?
You could find yourself in a boatload of trouble, my friend! You have too much in your system already and sophisticated testing can determine that you have taken both... Not sure why you took the hydrocodone in the first place if it wasn't prescribed for you. Do not ever, ever take meds that don't belong to you. If you fail this drug test, you will get kicked out or if this is a new place they won't accept you as a patient. Then you won't have to worry about anything but finding another pain management doctor. I am not being mean here... I am giving it to you straight! You asked for a "direct" answer so we can only respond once versus "conversational" which would allow for more interaction.
For instance, when is the "test" you are submitting to??? You didn't mention how you take the percocet or how long you had been on it. You didn't mention how you took the "hydros" whether altogether or spaced out. The reason you took the hydros makes no difference... it is wrong... even if you ran out of your own... it is wrong. If they were street drugs then you really have no idea what you took or what might show up on a drug test then, correct?
You have gotten an answer from balbanese already and as he said... it depends on many factors. I am attempting to lay that out for you here and certainly are not all inclusive. You took "4" of hydros (maybe) and then resumed the percs. For instance a "hair" sample can tell what you have ingested for the past month or so... Tests are getting so sophisticated. I know you said it was a urine test but I got a "surprise" and was told at my pm office that I had to go to the lab instead of "in office" test. It all matters...
See the problem was you took the hydros when you already had the percs in your system and then resumed the percs afterwards. But maybe they weren't hydros in the first place. And then there are all those analgesics in your system. There is no "one" answer or one "correct" answer to your question - bottomline... because the question is kind of vague with the surrounding circumstances and timing.
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