When taking hydrocodones and codiene will it show up the same in a urine test?
no not at all they are almost the same when comes out in urine
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I think a short and sweet answer to this is that the body converts some hydrocodone into hydromorphone. Same thing with Oxycodone is converted to Oxymorphone. Hydrocodone Metabolizes to Hydromorphone Hydrocodone may not cause a positive result in a standard opiate urine test. Many opiate t…ests test only for morphine (which both codeine and heroin break down into). This is true for both home/business kits and laboratory testing. Hydrocodone does not break down into morphine, and is therefore not detected by these tests. But home and laboratory testing is available that will detect hydrocodone (and hydromorphone, which a small part of hydrocodone breaks down into when metabolized by the body.) So test results will depend on the particular type of test that is used and whether or not laboratory verification is required. If a home drug test is given and the opiate test shows a positive result (due to hydromorphone use), a laboratory verification might NOT result in a positive test because the lab may only test for morphine. In this case, the lab would NOT be able to verify the original positive result. (MORE)
they both show up as opiates but if the test is sent to a lab they can easily tell which of the two you have taken.
yes, both are members of the opioid class and will show up on a drug test. A confirmation will allow them to distinguish between the two.
If taking Oxycontin hydrocodone and phenergan with codeine why would hydromorphone show up in urine?
possibly because hydromorphone is a combination of hydrocodone and morphene. you are taking Oxycontin (oxycodone), and oxycodone is synthesized from morphene so they are simelar in structure. add morphene and hydrocodone and you get hydromorphone. no guarantees that im right about that but it just m…akes sense so run with it. Actually, hydrocodone is changed to hydromorphone (which is the generic name for Dilaudid) in the liver. (MORE)
Yes. Both are opiates, but are two different kinds. Vicodin isHydrocodone and Percocet is Oxycodone. If it is just a standardtest it will just be one category called opiates. If it is a testwith more drug panels like a lab test or a 7-13 panel test then thedrug test will break down the different typ…es of derivatives. (MORE)
no the test nowadays can tell the difference between all opiates. ie. methadone( Diskets, Dolophine, Methadose ). hydrocodone(lortab,lorcet,vicoden,norco,vicoprofen). oxycodone(OxyContin,Roxicodone,Percocet,Percodan,Endocet). morphine( Avinza, Kadian, MS Contin, MSIR, Oramorph SR, Roxanol ). hydromo…rphone(Dilaudid, Hydrostat, Palladone) and others not even worth mentioning (MORE)
\nYes. 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 drug 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. (MORE)
Codiene does show up on drug tests. It will show up under the same category as hydrocodone. Hydrocodone is a synthetic of codiene, which makes them almost the same.
No, it will not show up on a drug test. The drug can take up to 72 hours to get out of your system. 72 hours = 3 days.
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.
If the urinalysis is actually screening for it, it will show up as an opioid.
yes,it is an opiate what kind of oppites About ten years ago I took two Tylenol4s on a Saturday and I was pulled for a drug test the next Friday and I tested positive for opiates but I did have a RX for it so it was not a problem. Rootcanal from a dentist. I am not a Dr but I do know that Hydrocod…one 10/325 (for ex) is 10mg Coedine and 325mg Tylenol. Codine has a 1/2 life of about 6 hours. So if you take one 10/325 Hydrocodone at 6am by noon only about 5mg of Codeine will be in your system. noon = 5mg 6pm = 2.5mg 12pm =1.25mg 6am the next day even less and even less and so on. That said if you take 1 hydrocodone on Monday it still might be your urine in 3 days. For me it was almost a week. A week? (MORE)
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 actetamenophen a standard urine drug screen does test for that substance sorry you got your hopes up with the previous false answer
No Hydrocodone or dihydrocodeinone is a semi-synthetic opioid derived from either of two naturally occurring opiates-codeine and thebaine. IUPAC name: 4,5a-Epoxy-3-methoxy-17-methylmorphinan-6-one whereas Codeine or 3-methylmorphine (a natural isomer of methylated morphine, the …other being the semi-synthetic 6-methylmorphine) is an opiate used for its analgesic, antitussive, and antidiarrheal properties. IUPAC name: (5Î±,6Î±)-7,8-didehydro-4,5-epoxy-3-methoxy-17-methylmorphinan-6-ol IUPAC is the International Union for Pure and Applied Chemistry. . (MORE)
absolutely not. oxycodone HCL (oxycontin) is controlled release morphine. your tox screen will come back positive for morphine. hydrocodone is a morphine derivitive, but will read as a general opiet. oxycodone immediate realease has more morphine base than hydrocodone, and that still will just read …as an opiet. oxycontin is mainly sustained release morphine, just like opana. and if youve noticed the difference between the old abusable oxycontin and the new non abusable oxycontin, the old ones read 'oc'. the new ones read 'op'. purdue merged with merck and combined oxycnotin and opana morphine to make the longer lasting effect of opana (12 hours) and the more pain relieving effect of oxycontin. but it is an indestructible pill and cannot be taken other than orally. and by the way guys, foood for thought: when oxycontin was abusable, doctors prescribed it like candy. once it became a form that addicts no longer wanted, doctos stopped prescribing it. its safe now! doesnt anyone see something wrong with the way doctors think? ad while im on the subject, the three medications im convinced were made for addicts and i could back it up with so many reasons:oxycontin, xanax, and adderall. and its obvious. and doctors hand out xanax first of all benzos and adderall first of all stimulants. thats just messed up! are doctors oblivious? i didnt go through 8-12 years of college and i can realize why and how these companies invented these medications for the poor and addicted. im disgusted with doctors. and yes folks i know i transjectured from the original question and for those i annoyed, i apologize. good luck to all! (MORE)
They do NOT show up the same on a urine test. Initially, in an in-office surprise test you will pass, being positive for "opiates" only. However, when the MD sends the test out to a lab after that, the lab tests break down the opiates further and can tell you how much vicodin is in your system AND h…ow much oxycodone is in your system. Take note of this, especially if you are prescribed vicodin only and have taken percocet or oxycodone, and vice-versa! (MORE)
No, methadone will only show up as methadone because it is synthetic and requires its own test. Hydrocodone will show up as an opiate.
Yes, methadone will only show up as methadone and hydrocodone will show up as an opiate.
Yes, they are all opiates. Percacets, vicodens, and anything of that nature will show up as opiates on a drug test.
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. (MORE)
No, methadone will only show up as methadone because it requires its own specific test used to detect it. Hydrocodone will show up as an opiate on a drug test.
No, Methadone will only show up if it is on the panel. Hydrocodone will show up as an opiate.
Codeine and morphine (opiates)since the liver converts it to morphine.2 to 3 days be clean
Yes. Codeine will show up as an opiate, just like vicoden, oxycodone, morphine, heroin, etc...
Depends how extensive the test is. Some tests will just show positive for "opiates" for both. however, some tests will test deeper for specific "classes" of drugs. If the latter is the case than they would show up as 2 different drugs.
yes if it is being sent to the lab then more than likely you better pray for the best and come out negative the pill itself probably wont but the base chemicals will inside it
No, hydrocodone will show as it's metabolite hydromorphone and oxycodone will show as it's metabolite oxymorphone but on a dip stix will just show as opiates where the gas comfermation test will show the specific metabolites.
If prescribed percocet and take 40mg of hydrocodone 3 days before a urine test will it show up different?
If prescribed precocet and take 40 mg of hydrocodone two days before a urine test will it show up different
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 convers…ion 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. (MORE)
It depends on the test used. A 3 drug urine test usually just checks for marijuana, cocaine, and meth. If they are checking for hydrocodone it is usually out of your system in 3 days, unless you take them everyday, then they will stay for about 2 weeks. The best thing to do if your worried about fai…ling is to go to the E.R. and tell them you injured your back, and they will either give you a shot of hydrocodone or a scrip with enough to last a couple days then you will be good on your test, because they are prescribed to you. (MORE)
Yes they do, both will show up as opiates in your system. The person administering the test won't know if your on Oxycontin, Hydrocodone or even Heroin. It will just give a positive result for opiates like any opiate drug will. You cannot tell which opiate from a urine test.
It all depends on your metabolism but it wont take more than an hour for it to appear on a urinalysis. and it will last anywhere from 3 days to a week depending upon the dose.
Hydrocodone is a synthetic opioid, and (oddly enough), many standard drug tests don't test for synthetic opiates such as hydrocodone, oxycodone, or fentanyl. The common tests usually test for morphine and codeine, which are the products of heroin. However, a doctor or employer can request a test …specifically for synthetic opiates. Look here for more info: http://www.erowid.org/pharms/hydrocodone/hydrocodone_testing.shtml (MORE)
yes they will show up in the same drug test if they are testing you for everything.Is what doctor and cops Pos and things do is they cna test you for certain things or test you for everything but if they do test you for hydrocodne the codeine will show up also. And if the courts cops or probation dr…ug test you they drug test you for everythig even steroids codeine is in hydrcodone (MORE)
Yes, it will. Absolutely. I've had it happen to me. Also, be careful if you buy something to "cover it up", bc I did, and followed the instructions to "the t", and still failed.
It depends on your method of intake. By IV it would be instantaneously, by snorting it would be almost instantaneously, and the slowest would be swallowing it which might take about 20-30 minutes. If you used at all the day you're being tested, you'll get caught. Hydrocodone also stays at detectable… levels in your urine for 3-7 days after your last dose. (MORE)
Pretty sure they do. They are both opiates! So they should show up as an opiate. Hydrocodone is just vicodan too by the way.
No, hydrocodone will show up as an opiate on a drug test and methadone will only show up as methadone because it requires its own specific test to detect it.
no hydrocodone is a opiate =-=- roxiodone is oxycodone they will test on a higher drug panel as such usually 7 or higher
Hydrocodone would come up if you took vicodin because that's what it's made out of so I would guess percocet would come up as oxycodone because that is what percs are made of.
I'm not sure if the test would specifically test for Hydrocodone, it would most likely test for opiates, which are in both Hydrocodone and Morphine. So in short, yes, if the drug test is testing for opiates in your system, both Hydrocodone and Morphine will cause a positive for opiates.
It can. It happened to me once. From what I understood it was because of a cheap test being used.
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 into)
depends on the test, but yes, approx. detection time for hydrocodone in urine is 2-5 days and your body metabolize it for 6-12 hours after taking it
This also has happened to me. I was taking Ibudone which is 10mg hydrocodone & 200mg ibuprofen. This was prescribed by my dentist and I am 100% positive that I did not take any Dihydrocodeine but I have tested positive for it. This case is currently in medical review. If anyone can explain this plea…se let us know. (MORE)
It depends on the type of drug test. For a standard pre-employment type drug screen, oxycontin and hydrocodone are likely to show up as a single positive result for "narcotics" or "opioids." However, pain clinics may subject a patient's blood to more specific screening to guarantee that he or she is… not using any narcotics other than those prescribed. In this case, hydrocodone and oxycontin may be detected separately. (MORE)
It will show up as an opiate which is a class of drugs that contains and is not limited to morphine, heroin, and oxycodone. Now depending on how much a person has ingested and for how long it was taken, it should be clear from urine samples in about 72 hours.
No. Morphine is a natural opioid found in the opium poppy. Hydrocodone is a semi-synthetic opiate derived from either thebaine or codeine and owes a good deal of its analgesic effect to being partly broken down into hydromorphone (Dilaudid). They each have their own distinct set of metabolites that …they break down into. If screened positive on a drug test, they would show up differently. BUT, it depends on the accuracy of the urine screening. It may simply show up as positive for opiates. More expensive tests screen more closely and certain metabolites show up. (MORE)
No. Hydrocodone and Oxycodone are two different narcotic analgesics. Oxycodone usually shows up by itself. It's usually tested for specifically. Where as Hydrocodone will usually show up as an "opiate" but not specifically Hydrocodone.