First of all, were they prescribed to you? If so then shouldn't have to worry about it, however, you can a drink a gull gallon of water, then drink 2 pints of cranberry juice, both of these are natural cleansers for your bladder and kidneys. DO NOT get those drinks that claim they will help you pass a urine test, they now test for the ingredients of those so called drug cleansers. You can also use water purifying pills, you can buy these at WalMart,CVS, WALGREEN'S ECT... But if you were really smart go to the hospital, make up some kind of pain, use your back, they can neither prove or disprove back pain, get a script. Even if they give u a script for loretab, it can be your saving grace, it is an opiate, one opiate tests the same as another.
Ocycontin just has more Tylenol than the tabs, also most hospitals will put a pain med in your IV, this to in your system, will over power the other mefs in your system and the IV solution will dilute the meds you have taken. Other then that STOP TAKING MEDS NOT PRESCRIBED TO YOU, PEOPLE LIKE YOU MAKE IT HARD FOR PROPLE LIKE ME WHO ACTUALLY NEED THE PAIN MEDS FOR LEGITIMATE AILMENTS!
Good call Allan (prolly is the best and quickest answer) idk why I didn't think of that One right off the bat (usin ur noggin lol). Idt that any amount of cranberry juice is gonna give u a negative test result, and if u tell the health store ur real reasoning they may deny you (I will not admit that this has happened to me before at GNC), ur best bet (though illegal I'm sure) is clean urine acquired from another source... Or try one of the more expensive drinks (with a money back guarantee) from the health food store or GNC (they are usually behind the counter) and the reason u need it is "cause ur starting a new work out regiment and want ur system to be clean before hand""
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