Yes. Hydrocodone will show up an an opiate. Hydrocodone/Vicodin is an opiate with tylenol. Hope that helps/
Yes it will. Hydrocodone IS an opiate!
yes it is an opiate.
Hydrocodone is a a synthetic opiate, and not a benzodiazepine.
No its a opiate
Yes, Hydrocodone will show up as an opiate on a drug test.
Nope -- Hydrocodone is an opioid -- a synthetic opiate.
No, Ultram is not an opiate period.
No. Hydrocodone is its own opiate molecule, distinct from codeine.
The drug hydrocodone is an opiate. It is a form of opium.
Hydrocodone is an opiate drug. It will show a positive on the opiate part of the panel.
because hydrocodone is an opiate, it will show up as an opiate in your system. so will codeine, morphine, Oxycontin, and other opiate derivatives.
On a drug test Vicodin (Hydrocodone) will show up as an Opiate, it is an Opiate.
Hydrocodone will show up as an opiate on a urinalysis.
It is an opoid. (synthetic)
No. Norco is a combination of acetaminophen and hydrocodone. Codeine is an opiate painkiller; hydrocodone is a semi-synthetic opiate (an opioid) painkiller. The effects are similar.
Hydrocodone is an opiate. Butalbital, Seconal, Tuinal....these are examples of barbiturates.
Yes, Hydrocodone falls in the opiate category
no xanex will show up as benzo, hydrocodone is a opiate
The narcotic in Norco is an opioid in that it contains hydrocodone, which is derived from codeine. It also contains acetaminophen. Because it is synthesized from an opiate it is labeled an opioid. Yes. Norco is hydrocodone, which is an opiate class medication.
Vicodin contains two drugs: Hydrocodone and acetaminophen. Hydrocodone, a derivative of opium, is an opiate analgesic; acetaminophen is an analgesic. This medication is classed in the opiate family because of it's hydrocodone component.
No. Hydrocodone is hydrocodone and oxycodone is the opioid in Oxy-Contin brand tablets.
As an opiate. Not good.