Do Hydrocodone and Oxycontin show up the same in drug tests?
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.
Hydrocodone and Oxycontin contain the same active drug... oxycodone. So 10mg of Hydrocodone and 10 mg of Oxycontin have the same amount of Oxycodone (10 mg) in them. The only difference is that the Hydrocodone contains Tylenol in addition to the Oxycodone. So on the Hydrocodone bottle it might say something like 10/500. So the Hyrocodone in that instance has 10 mg of oxycodone and 500mg of Tylenol.
yes they both show up as morphine...they are both opiates... Wrong! Oxycontin is oxycodone hydro chloride, and shows up as just that. They have to use a certain drug test for that, and most places do. Vicodin id hydrocodone, and shows up as hydrocodone. Morphine, dilaudid, heroin, show up as opiates.
No, they don't. Hydrocodone and Oxycodone are two completely different drugs and believe it or not, Oxycodone shows up on its own in a drug test. Depending on how accurate the drug test is and what it tests for specifically will say if it specifically tests for Hydrocodone. Nine times out of ten, a normal drug test will show Oxycodone on its own. For Hydrocodone, it will show up as an "opiate" in your drug…