I have been unable to get an appointment with a psychiatrist in my area, and presented at the ER with severe anxiety and depression yesterday. All of my blood screenings were negative except USG and UPH, and even they were just a trace. I have googled these two and come up with nothing. It could be I have a tiny amount of Suboxone because of the long half life. If so, this speaks volumes about this drug and the length of time it takes to get rid of it completely. Thanks to everyone for your input.
You got me on that one, except for the following possibility. USG may stand for urine specific gravity and UPH may stand for the urine pH reading. Both are just standard urine analysis readings and have little to do with drugs in the urine.
Curious to see if anyone else comes up with another suggestion. I checked the medical abbreviation dictionary and found little else.
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