i am currently on state probation and used to press my luck with alot of drug use knowing i can be dropped in on at any time by my parole officer or called in, so can anyone give a solid yes-no answer about if they test for sub at a parole office because that is all i use now because i was told they will not show up because it isn't a narcotic, also i only use a tiny piece a day just for the energy for work and i mean like one tiny little line a day does that matter, i have done one little line a day for bout 2 weeks now. They used to do a test where they put a bunch of sticks (7-8) in the urine cup, but last time i was tested they used what looked like a standard test cup with the chart on the side. I am prescribed xanax also will this help mask the sub at all? I am thinking no because its a benzo right?? Any help on this matter would be greatly appreciated so i can quit stressing all the time. THANKS GUYS
The active drug in suboxone IS most definitley a controlled substance, a scheduled narcotic ... it's called buprenorphine which IS AN OPIATE. This is what happens when an addict off the street gives advice about what drugs they can use to sneak through a drug test while on probabtion/parole. Sure wouldn't be worth risking my freedom to me!
Some drug tests don't check for it and the test has to check for buprenorphine specifically for it to show up. But considering how many people use subs today, I would not risk this and bust a drug test. It's not worth it. Lots of probabtion officers are checking for it thesed days.
A benzo is NOT going to mask the sub at all. If they check you for buprenorphine you'll bust the test. That is a FACT. Plus you're talking about doing lines so I'm assuming you're snorting it? That is not smart at all. You'll be lucky engaging in addictive behavior like that if you don't bust the test and get sent to jail.
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