Yes, hydrocodone will show up as an opiod on a urine drug test.
Yes it the urine test will indicate opioid ingestion.
If the urinalysis is actually screening for it, it will show up as an opioid.
Yes they will show as opioid ingestion.
They will show up the same, as both contain the opioid hydrocodone.
No, Ativan will show up as a benzodiazepine on a urine drug test.
it doesnt show as a opioid and many people r lossing there doctors cause they do a drug abuse urine test and endocet will not show as opioid.
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.
Does hydrocodone and tramadol shoe same results in a urine drug test
Hydrocodone can be detected by a extended urine test. for 1-6 days after consumption.
No, it will show as Hydrocodone.
Yes it will. Hydrocodone IS an opiate!
Both Norco and Lortab are opioid drugs. If a urine drug test, tests for opioid drugs they will show up as the same thing.
yes, it will show up positive for opiods.
Urine test will show both and without a prescription for both you will fail test
Yes they will show up as the same on a urine test. They are both formulations of Oxycodone and the test will show positive for opioid ingestion.
yeah it will show up as n opioid
Yes the two substances will indicate a positive result for opioid ingestion.
sure, it will most liikely show up as an"OPIATIE."
Urine test will show hydrocodone levels in the system but not specifically which dose pill you take.
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, Methadone will only show up if it is on the panel. Hydrocodone will show up as an opiate.
It shows up as an opioid (just like heroin does)
Hydrocodone and Oxycodone will show up on a drug urine test as opiates.
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
Yes, methadone will only show up as methadone and hydrocodone will show up as an opiate.