IVE been on the 5mg. everyday for 4 years without a problem.
If the test was not looking for oxymorphone metabolites, it would not show positive or if it WAS looking for the metabolites, perhaps the amount of metabolites fell below the cutoff limit to trigger a positive result. So there may have been drug present but it was a small enough amount that it fell below the minimum level for a positive result so even though there was drug present, it is still considered negative. Who tested you? Was it for pain management or was it for employment? Sometimes employment screens dont screen for every kind of opioid. Certain opioids wont trigger a positive on a general opiate panel. Some opioids need a specific test for their particular metabolite to trigger a positive, especially synthetics and semisynthetics. If pain management tested you, it may be that your amount of drug was below the cutoff level or perhaps it was a bad test. Pain management will generally do all the tests for all opioids not just a general opiate panel. This helps them tell the difference between the opioids and tells them that you are truly taking the drug prescribed and not taking any others. They use a much more specific test.
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