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Yes. Hydrocodone is the main drug in Lortab. The only difference in hydrocodone and lortab is that lortab contains acetaminophen as well. So no difference on a dru…g test
If you are precribed hydrocodone and take 1 10mg oxycodone and have a urine test in a week can the oxycodone show up or will it show up same as hydrocodone?
"Hydrocodone and Oxycodone are from the same family "OPIATES". Your urine test, if broad, will show up as positive for opiates and if it is for legal reasons, like probation, …they usually will order a more in-depth test to distinguish between Hydrocodone (Class 3 scheduled drug) and Oxycodone (Class 2 Schedule Drug). Same answer from someone else below:... Actually it depends on the test. A simple home test will only show opiates, a better test will show a difference between the two drugs.
Yes it the urine test will indicate opioid ingestion.
No, methadone will only show up as methadone because it requires a specific test. Hydrocodone will show up as an opiate on an urine test.
No, but the odds that anyone tests for Darvocet is really low. yes you would test positive for propoxaphene The active ingredients in Darvocet are propoxyphene and actetameno…phen a standard urine drug screen does test for that substance sorry you got your hopes up with the previous false answer
Yes, but only if you stand on one foot.
They will not test the same because they are not the same. Hydrocodone is a schedule 3 controlled substance available at present only in combination products, as is with apap …(acetaminophen), asa (aspirin) or in liquids for cough control where it may be mixed with chlorpheniramine, an antihistamine, or pseudoephedrine (sudafed), a decongestant etc.. Oxycodone is a schedule 2 controlled substance and may be the sole ingredient in a drug or may be mixed in a tablet or capsule with aspirin (asa) or (apap), acetaminophen. They are broken down in the body into different metabolites etc. as found in urine tests.
Codeine and morphine (opiates)since the liver converts it to morphine.2 to 3 days be clean
Yes the are both opiates. Both narcotics.
Codeine will show up on urinalyses as Heroin due to the fact that the liver metabolizes about 6 to 12% of the codeine to morphine. Heroin, which is the morphine molecule with …two acetyl ethers instead of alcohol groups at the 6 and 3 positions, also metabolizes to morphine - in this case the conversion is far more rapid and very nearly complete - in just an hour or so virtually all of an injection of heroin will have been converted to morphine. Oxycodone usually will not show up AS MORPHINE. However, it is usually tested for since it has become so very popular, especially in Appalachia. Also worth noting, those taking large doses of oxycodone can test positive for morphine since there is a liver metabolic pathway that does take (IIRC) about 1% or less of a dose of oxycodone to morphine. Modern urinalyses cannot be fooled very easily. I would venture a guess and say the most likely way to "beat" a urine test would be to somehow smuggle a small quantity of drug-free, fresh, warm (37C/98F) urine in and have that tested. I don't really want to help you beat a drug test, so I'm not going to go further with that. TL;DR When it comes to opiates, urine tests are looking for addicts (people who take drugs every day without prescription). If you want to pass the test, stop taking drugs for a week (and don't smoke pot for much longer of course!) before you go in to pee. If you can't stop taking drugs for a week, the test is looking to catch you.
Depends on the number of panel test that they do, if they do a 5 panel test then yes they will show up as opiates, if its a 7 or 13 panel test the percoset will be broken down… into oxycodone and the hydrocodone will be just that, hydrocodone. One is a class II narcotic and one is a Class III narcotic
yes all opiates show up as just opiates
3-6 days (possible longer for frequent recent use ) check your local pharmacy places or order online home test kit with panel for hydrocodone or hydromorphone ( breaks down in…to)
It depends upon the individual's hepatic and renal clearance ability.
Urine tests work by testing for metabolites of drugs, which remain in the body longer than the initial drug itself and allow for a longer detection period. Codeine and heroin …both produce the metabolite morphine and this is the primary metabolite screened for in standardized "opiate" tests in the US. However, heroin also produces a unique metabolite that codeine or morphine do not produce (6-monoacetyl-morphine). After initial positive testing, it is common to do further analysis to confirm the positive results and/or to determine specificity of what type of drug(s) are being used. And tests including 6-monoacetyl-morphine are available to either specify or rule-out heroin (although in theory, metabolites unique to codeine could be tested for as well).
Does codeine and hydrocodone show up the same on urine testing