system. if i take it now will it stilol be in my urine.i have fibromyalgia and chronic back pain.
I will be taking a urine test tomorrow @ 2pm and I have I 5mg oxycodone left. it has to be in my?
Question posted by belle1345 on 31 May 2011
Last updated on 6 June 2011 by IndyLady2012
If your in that much pain can you get a prescription for it from the doctor as to where you dont have to worry about the drug screen showing it.?
i know how that can go... i say if you are in alot of pain, take it... IF you are do for your refill tomorrow also. Any Dr i have come across understands that if you are instructed to take every 6hrs and you have a bad couple days and have to take every 5hrs, you will run out a lil early. Or if you are always running out early, tell the Dr. they know if pain gets too bad before the next dose that its not as effective... and also an increase of dose may be needed not just bc of building a tolerance but also more pain. For ex: My mom didnt like ER meds so she took 15mg IR every 5hrs and she said it dint ALWAYS work bc sometimes her pain was worse, so they switched her RX to 1 -1.5 every 5hrs
Hi belle. If your prescribed drugs aren't in your system after testing, wouldn't they wonder why not?
Belle, how did your test go? Everything OK?
All the best. Take good care. from Wendy :)
you could drink ural or take a water pill the ural comes in satchels and u mix with water
There might be a trace in your urine but it is possible that there might not be any depending on how you normally take them and how fast you metabolize. I would wait and take it tomorrow if you can. If not, you will have to explain to them why you ran out early.
Why does it have to be in your system? I thought when they test they were just looking for other drugs?
No, the oxycodone will be detectable in the urine for between 8 to 24 hours after your last dose. For detection times for oxycodone and other opiates go to: http://www.passadrugtestingforall.com/detection-times-a-3.html
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