Suboxone will only show up if they test specifically for bupenorphine. Most courts don't even test for it. Usually, only pain management doctors, doctors who are licensed to write a prescription for suboxone/subutex, and drug clinic or rehabs check for it. If for any reason the people asking for a drug test on you give you a problem, then show your prescription for it. It will not show as an opiate, I have had the quickie test in the doctors office and the kind they mail to a lab and it only showed as bupenorphine on the mail off test.
Generally it will not show up most employers test for drugs like meth,cocaine ,pot, etc. However,if you are in health care or with first responders, criminal justice, you must 'declare' yourself . Check with your doctor or treatment team if you fall into this category. Paulsport3
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