Also, can it cause a false positive for oxycodone?
Suboxone does not show up as an opiate it doesn show up at all,when you go to the Dr they use a certain test that tests specifically for Suboxone.Suboxone is under the opiate category but is not actually an opiate if that makes sense,when a drug is put out on the market it has to be under a category whether its opiate,benzos,etc,so they put it under opiates,but since it really isnt an opiate it does not show up as an opiate in a drug test,its kind of complicated but if you discuss it with your dr he'll be able to explain it better. They do have tests to test just for suboxone but they are extremely expensive and are not used on normal drug testing, but all 10 panel tests do not test for suboxone.
- Suboxone Information for Consumers
- Suboxone Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Suboxone (detailed)
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