I don't know if it will show up as something different in my urine, but I've heard that opana has oxycodone and morphine in it and was wondering if it is the same as taking those two pills together. I have a urine test in 7 days and am wondering if they'll know the difference. Will opana show up as something different than what I am prescribed?
Opana is oxymorphone which is not the same as morphine or oxycodone. It is a chemically similar compound. Although some of the metabolites of Opana (oxymorphone) are similar to oxycodone and morphine the concentrations will be different and some other metabolites can be present in one form that are not present in the other. I do believe they will be able to tell if you have taken Opana vs. oxycodone and/or morphine. I would not chance it if I were you. I read somewhere that there are ways to tell the difference between taking these compounds by substances that are found in each drug that are not found in the others to be able to tell them apart. If I can find the article, I will attach it for you.
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