My test was positive for oxycodone when I have been off oxycodone for over three months, and have only been taking hydrocodone (Norco 10/325), for pain for the month and 1/2 prior to the test? The test came back positive for opiates which is what it is supposed to, but not for oxycodone. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
No definantly not this person is aquiring street drugs or seeing another physician to get the oxy it should have been out of their system in 2 weeks.
my brother just resently got out of prison and he is wearing a drug patch
he has sugar diebitas and is taking percocit (my spelling isnt that great sorry)
for pain. Apperently he ran out of his meds so his wife gave him a hydracodone when he went to his p.o. he tested pos. for cocoain he swears
he hasent done cocain and ask for a lie dector test they refused him so im
trying to look for information to help him thank you
Did you ever find out why this happened or what caused it? Same thing happened to me.
I take norco and norco only so does my sister we both showed positive for OxyContin and mop. I swear on my life this is all we took. I know others also only take norco show up positive for both mop and OxyContin on the drug screen cups. What I think is ridiculous if you take a more potent drug like OxyContin you show up only for OxyContin if at all depending on the panel There needs to be some serious confirmation and communication out to clinicians and physicians
I have just had a similar experience. I have seen the same rheumatologist for years; and, he does my pain management. I don’t get pain medication from any other physicians; I use one pharmacy... I have been on only oxycodone for pain for a couple of years now. I also take Levothyroxine, asthma inhalers, OTC antacid meds, numerous supplements. My rheumatologist is aware of my supplement use; and, has called me his “poster child for what alternative medicine and nutrition”... Two days ago, one of his nurses called and said that my last two drug screens (done every visit) were positive for “morphine metabolites”; and, if I continued using it and tested positive again, I would be discharged from the practice! I swore to her I have never taken anything that he didn’t prescribe for pain! I am 61 years old, a disabled RN, and totally naive as to obtaining drugs illegally! I am at a total loss! I just saw him on 11/5/18; he said nothing about this to me during my visit.
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