I have aquired some suboxen in order to help with the withdraws. I have to take a drug test In order to get into the labor's union, I was wondering if the suboxen's would show up on the drug test for the union. I am trying to turn my life around for my kid and I don't want to mess this opportunity up. My little girl is the best thing and this job is mine and her future. If anyone could please give me feed back as soon as possible, I would greatly appreciate it thank you and please try to make sure the information is correct! Have a nice day and or night
Day for me:) so suboxone is only detectable if they are aware it even exists cause not to many people know about suboxone and methadone treatments but they know more about methadone than suboxone if that makes sense. You should be fine its not commonly what a job would be looking for they usually would be looking for THC,amphetamines,etc... all the hard drugs(street). So hopefully this will keep your mind at ease i would also like to congratulate you on the decision to kick the heroin any reason is a good reason to quit doing it for just yourself is worth it but even more so when you have a beautiful baby girl to take care of that thinks the world of her mom. Good luck sweety i hope you succeed 100% im rooting for you michelle.
Unless they test for bupenorphine it WON'T show up. There is a member here reporting it test + for opiate, but, he is wrong, it doesn't. since u have only been on H for such a short time, your WD shouldn't be extensive or lengthy anyway but u will need support to stay off H. Most companies don!t check for Bupenorphine and the reason it doesn't show + for opiate has something to do with how it is absorbed under the tongue, this is also the reason it doesn't convert to Thebaine in the blood. Not a judgement, but people who simply score this off the street often don't get correct info on it and you could end up with problems, like triggering precipitated WD, fr6 taking it too soon after H.
You've gotten great advice already. The only thing I could add is go to your union stewart or BA (if you get along) and let him/her know what's going on. They can not by law (usually) tell management. It also depends on your union and what it says in the contract. I would see what it says there first. Most unions offer, if you go to them first as opposed to a random and failing, the option to get help. But see what protections you have in your contract regarding this issue. But your rights may be limited if you are in a safety sensitive position. But def refer to your contact
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