I did a flush kit & drank alot of water before the test but thier standard testing sends urine to an outside lab. I have a script for percs. will it show as an opiate like the percs?
what happens is your specemin will get sent out, and if it shows opiates, wich it will, the dr at the lab will call you, thats why they will ask for a number on the form, and he/she will ask if you on any medication, ask what, then ask for your dr to fax a letter of proof and stating what you are taking, and yes , they will know exactly what you took, because they can break down the specemin to see if thats what your claiming to have taken, sorry to bumm you out
Whether the suboxone is going to show depends on if they paid to have the specimen checked for buprenorphine, not all employers do. Subs ONLY shows as buprenorphine, the opana will test positive for oxycodone, just like percs would. Opiates have to metabolize out of your system, sort of like being burned up, flushing won't really help you test negative. I have a question for you, if you don't mind. Are you running out of your pain meds and using suboxone as a stop gap measure to stop withdrawal? Really, you shouldn't have both these meds in your system, as subs blocks withdrawal euphoria and opiate craving and should not be a drug people run to when they run out of pain meds. This is not a judgement, it was said to let you know that if you jump back and forth, you will greatly INCREASE your opiate tolerance. Subs a long acting opiate replacement, and if the brain gets used to it, short acting opiates will NO longer work, and that is something many people don't realize. Patti
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