I get prescribed percocet and morphine at a pain clinic. Will dilaudid or hydrocodone show up the same as my prescriptions and how long will they stay in my system if they dont. Also does xanax show up the same as klonopin. It is a urine test but im not sure if it goes to a lab, i dont think it does, but would like to know how both tests go down. Also how long does a small amount of marijuana stay in your system? Im talking dime bags on the mj. Please no sarcastic answers like 5-10 years in prison. Thank you.
In a pain clinic you can be sure they test for substances individually so no, Dilaudid and hydrocodone will not show the same as morphine and percocet. And no, Klonopin and xanax are not the same. They are both Benzos but they have chemically different properties and different metabolites. Many pain clinics will do differential tests because of the nature of the business-they may do a dipstick kind of test first then send the positives to a lab for confirmation. Marijuana can stay in your system for up to 30 days or more and there is nothing but marijuana that shows those metabolites. If you want to be a patient in a pain clinic it is advisable to stick to ONLY what they prescribe. They can refuse to treat you and red flag you so you will have difficulty getting anyone to treat you if they find you are non compliant so you are playing with fire.
Not to mention it is dangerous to combine all these drugs together. You could easily go into respiratory depression and stop breathing altogether-especially in your sleep. If the morphine and percocet are not holding your pain then you need to speak to the Dr about it. It may not be the right combination for you.
The other person was wrong. Percocet will show up as oxycodone, not as hydrocodone. Lorcet and lortab are hydrocodone. Roxy, oxy, and percocet are oxycodone. Xanax and klonopin are not the same on a drug test. Also, dilaudid and hydrocodone do show up the same on a test. Morphine and dilaudid are also the same. If you only smoke small amounts of marijuana, it will be out of your system within a week. These are all honest answers. Still, you should never trust anyones word on this internet goes as long as it concerns your freedom. Always do your own research! God Bless!!!
The other narcotic's that u took probably will just show as + for narcotics. The Xanax is another story as klono ,pin is a benzo but with slightly different properties. Marijuana is fat soluble; meaning it accumulates in fat cells in your body-hence that is why it shows up for so long even after u have cease using it. Also, it depends on how/what kind of drug test they are using. Blood draws are much more extensive & telling as opposed to a urine which is a basic test saying yes there are narcotic's, yes there are benzo's. I would try to stay of the pot. I'm not condemning u in any way.
I worked in the health care field for many years and Dr's DO NOT like it when their patient's use pot when they are on controlled substances because it puts a red flag up & their license to practice medicine requires them to avoid giving anyone who is using/abusing (their term-not mine) any other substances, the fact is they can take all of your controlled substances away from you if you smoke pot regardless if it is legal at the state level (I live in Maine where it is legal) but remember at the federal level pot is still illegal & Doctor's are bound by federal rules regarding narcotic prescription management. I think your biggest problem is the pot to answer your question. It is not worth it to use it & lose your pain management because if you do good luck getting it back. You will be red flagged and you will have to jump through some very difficult hoops to ever get it back. Doctor's are afraid of the Feds and that is their watchdog regarding narcotic distribution. Hope this answers your question & good luck & be careful mixing drugs sometimes it can be fatal with the wrong combination. Also Dilaudid is very powerful!! usually only given post-op in a hospital setting (at least here in Maine).. Good Luck to u
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