Will percocet show up different then vicodin on drug test?
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Answer . \nVicodin is a class 3 narcotic, with hydrocodone. Percocet is a class 2 narcotic with oxycodone, which is a much stronger narcotic derivative. The risk of addiction varies with the dosage (small), with the length of time the drug is used and the personality of the patient. \n. \n. \n…http://www.druginfonet.com/index.php?pageID=faq/faqvico.htm ( Full Answer )
It depends on the drug screen, but it is likely that it will show up, since most modern drug screens include hydro- and oxycodone on the list In rare cases, there are special boxes which a doctor or whoever is responsible for authorizing/requiring a UA must check specifically, separate from the 'opi…oid/opiates' box on the form which is sent to the lab, because the test which is performed to detect the generic term 'opiates' is often designed to just detect the morphine-based metabolites from codeine, heroin, and morphine itself. Outside of that small lucky shot,I would expect hydrocodone to be detected using most modern drug testing/UA screens. Hydrocodone (the active ingredient in the name brand " Vicodin" ) is a semi-synthetic opiate derivative. On older drug screens, sometimes users of hydrocodone (also known under the names of various manufacturers as Vicodin, (generic 'brands') Norco, Lortab, Lorcet, etc.) and/or oxycodone (OxyContin, Roxicet, Percocet, Oxycocet, OxyIR, etc.) would not be detected, because at the time, the lower-end drug screens were designed to detect metabolites of codeine, morphine, and heroin--codeine and morphine are present in the actual sap of the poppy flower, and heroin is simply a molecule of morphine that is prepared by using acetic anhydride (an acid very similar to vinegar) to create 'diacetylmorphine', which is Heroin's chemical name, and which crosses the blood-brain barrier much more quickly than morphine because of that slight chemical alteration. All three drugs (particularly heroin and morphine) produce very similar metabolites, while the metabolites of oxycodone and hydrocodone are similar, but distinctly different; thus, the loophole which, unless your lab is using an antiquated system or a very cheap test, had previously existed is likely to be closed, and it will most likely be detected in the sample that is submitted. Oxycodone and hydrocodone are unique opioids, because they are derived from the naturally-occurring alkaloid named thebaine , and both the pharmacokinetics and different subjective experience of euphoria and/or analgesia caused by the medicine reflect the unique properties of thebaine as opposed to the other major alkaloids present in the sap of the poppy flower (the most major and relevant of which are: codeine, morphine, thebaine, and papaverine, which, incidentally is the alkaloid from which the drug 'Caverject' (a medicine which predates Viagra, and which is designed to treat erectile dysfunction in men by causing a powerful erection from rapid dilation of the local blood vessels after a small injection directly into the penis using a small needle). Therefore, technically, Caverject is also a semi-synthetic opiate derivative which differs in a similarly unique way as oxycodone and hydrocodone differ from the morphine/codeine-based family of drugs. However, whatever loopholes may have used to exist due to the unique way in which these drugs are metabolized in the body have been mostly closed now, because most doctors/probation officers/laboratories check for those two medicines specifically now that they are so widely used/"abused". Therefore, if you use Vicodin and are not able to anticipate or prepare for a drug test/UA for which a doctor's note would do you no good, be careful to take your exact prescribed dose, abstain if necessary and/or taper over a short time, taking your current dosage and frequency of use into account and the length of time that you have until you are required to submit to the UA. (Answer 2 - edited for grammar and minor content) In a 10 panel drug test it may; if it tests for hydromorphone (a medicine which is also produced by pharmaceutical manufacturers, commonly known under the brand name Dilaudid ), which is one of hydrocodone's active metabolites (though produced in very small quantities), because hydrocodone does not get broken down into morphine... which is what a true "opiate" (as opposed to "opioid") is... vicodin/hydrocodone metabolizes into hydromorphone and other unique metabolites which would only be ordered and detected if the person in question was administered/required to submit to an EXTENDED drug test... ( Full Answer )
Generally, yes. It depends on the test given, and how recent the Vicodin (containing hydrocodone) was taken. But in general, yes. Most drug tests will test for Vicodin (hydrocodone and/or its metabolities). Hydrocodone metabolizes into hydromorphone--another opioid (brand name: Dilaudid). In …that case, it would test positive for opioids/opiates. If you have a prescription, then there is no problem legally. ( Full Answer )
Generally, yes. It depends on the test given, and how recent the Vicodin (containing hydrocodone) was taken. But in general, yes. Most drug tests will test for Vicodin (hydrocodone and/or its metabolities). Hydrocodone metabolizes into hydromorphone--another opioid (brand name: Dilaudid). In th…at case, it would test positive for opioids/opiates. Generally, yes. It depends on the test given, and how recent the Vicodin (containing hydrocodone) was taken. But in general, yes. Most drug tests will test for Vicodin (hydrocodone and/or its metabolities). Hydrocodone metabolizes into hydromorphone--another opioid (brand name: Dilaudid). In that case, it would test positive for opioids/opiates. ( Full Answer )
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. ( Full Answer )
They are the exact same thing. They are both the drug oxycodone. The only difference is that percocet has acetaminophen in it. So the answer to your question is YES.
Yes, Vicodin would show up on a drug test. It is a narcotic opioid pain medicine, and would show up in either a narcotic or opiates drug screen. However, Vicodin is not in your system long, and usually will not show up after a week or so.
The answer is ...YES! It is an opiate and shows up as such.. Again, there is no problem if you have a prescription for the drug. The companies have drug testing to eliminate people who are abusing substances and who therefore may be a danger to themselves and others.
They will both show up as an opiode.They cannot show up as an independent drug by name, just the classification of the drugs and/or drug..both are opiods and will show up as the same
Yes, They are both oxycodone. only difference is percocet has Tylenol in it. so if you take a Oxycontin with a Tylenol....tada, u have a percocet
Yes. Vicodin (Hydrocodone) is an opiate and will show up on almost all drug tests. Depending on amount and frequency taken it is usually undetectable in urine tests after a week. Longer for blood tests.
Yes, and No. I have been taking offbrand vicodin for back pain. I also drug test every week for probation. I have never tested (preliminary) positive for any drug. Hydrocodone (vicodin) does not show up in a dip stick test for some reason. Morphine almost certainly would give a preliminary positive.… They would then send the sample to the lab for further gc/ms testing. They would be able to then discern the difference between the two substances after this lab test. ( Full Answer )
Usually it will not show up after the third day but I would wait until the fourth day just to be sure
percocet will show up as an opiate. it contains oxycodone, which is considered a synthesized opiate. hydrocodone (lortab or vicodin) will also show up as the same thing.
Yes. They are both oxycodone. Perc is fast acting and Oxycontin is a long acting formulation of the same medication.
In short yes, most likely Vicodin will cause your drug test to be positive. However, the reason is not because it comes up as an Opiate. There is a separate section specifically for Hydrocodone. The reason for this being that Vicodin is not a natural occurring Opiate. It contains the semi-syntheti…c opiate Hydrocodone. Not -all- tests will include Hydrocodone on their test. Although, there is a very high probability that a test will include it. On a positive note, it will be out of your system within 2-4 days from the last time you used it. ( Full Answer )
Absolutely not... Lortab is another name for vicodin, hydrocodone, or norco. Percocet or oxycodone has a different chemical make up from the lortab or vicodin. They are and can be detected separately on a U.A.
If you are taking only a 5 or 10 panel drug test then yes, they will both show up as opiates. However, if they are specifically testing for oxycodone, like on a 12 panel test then it will show up as both opiates and oxycodone. If they are going to lab verify your test, then they will do a gas chroma…tography/micro spectrometry (gc/ms) and can tell exactly which opiate you are taking. Generally, opiates are out of your system in 1-3 days, maybe less depending on your usage. if you do them daily, 3-5 days. i have taken hydrocodone the day prior to many drug tests and they have never showed up. The best thing to do is to abstain from anything non-prescribed for yourself. It really beats worrying and the what-ifs. Believe me!! ( Full Answer )
Yes, they will. They are both opiate narcotic drugs. If taking either, they will show up on a drug screening.
Yes, percocet (Oxycodone Hydrochloride) is an opioid derivative and shows up as an opiate on drug tests, along with Morphine, Dilaudid, Hydrocodone, etc.
Yes, Vicodin will remain in your system for as long as two weeks (blood) thirty days (urine) and 6 months (hair). Vicodin is a codeine derivative an opiate.
yes, Lortab and Percocet are both opioid based narcotics. If the drug test is testing for opiates then both will show up. This is not exactly correct as lortab contains hydrocodone and percocet contains oxycodone. If you are in pain management, as I am, and tested to ensure that only your prescri…bed medications show up, they WILL show up differently. ( Full Answer )
Vicodin and codeine both contain opiates. When you have a urine drug test they mainly test for general substances. So if they do test for opiates then you will test positive if you have taken Vicodin in the past 3 to 5 days. If you have a prescription for Vicodin it would be a good idea to tell whoe…ver is testing you and show them your prescription. If not they could possibly think you have actually been using heroin since it too will show positive for opiates. ( Full Answer )
No, vicodin does not show up in a 5-7 panel drug test. Prescription drugs are only tested for in 10 panel drug tests. I know this by experience and also after extensive research on the matter. I found a good website that spells it all out. Check it out. http://www.ohgonline.org/pdf/Drug%20Screen%20I…nfo%20Sheet.pdf ( Full Answer )
Percocet and dilaudid are both opiates, a drug test won't discriminate between the two. Drug test's check for classes of chemicals not types so cocaine would show differently as would weed but as for anything in the opiate family there would be no way to tell the difference. =D
When being tested in an office which normally is a dip stick form of test then Heroin and Vicodin will show up the same because they are both opiates. However, if the test is sent to a lab then that is where the difference will come up.
I'm not totally sure, but I think the answer is: no. I believe the probation dept would likely just do a "general" drug test, and test for: Amphetimines, THC, Barbituates, Opiates, etc. etc. It is possible to do a more intensive screening for drug varieties , but it is much more expensive, and I …don't believe the PO office uses that. So if you took percocet and vicodan, the test would likely just say "Opiates". I assume you have a legitimate prescription for one or the other, right? Anyway, good luck. ( Full Answer )
YES, they will, remember that a generic drug have the same components as the original one. Components that the exam detects eventough the names are different.
Percocet is made with Oxycodone, which is an opioid; meaning "from (or derived from)opium". Opium is the source for Vicoden, Morphine and several other drugs like Heroin. So yes, it will show up, just as much as heroin will.
It is an opiate, in the same class as opium, heroin, morphine, oxycodone, codeine, methadone, etc. So it will show up as an opiate.
The drug screen would include testing for oxycodone, the opioid that both Oxy-Contin and Percocet contain, so yes, pretty much. If they also tested for acetaminophen and there were no detectable levels, they could rule out that you took Percocet or some generic form of a preparation containing both …oxycodone and acetaminophen, but know that you took oxycodone in some form. ( Full Answer )
Both will show up as a positive for opiates, however there are tests that specifically test for oxycodone (same as roxy's). You'll have to look at the test panal and see what catagories are tested for specifically.
3-5 days depending on your metabolism. Buy a home drug test to make sure you will pass before you even try. Drink a lot of water...I would be clean at least 10 days to feel 100 percent safe or purchase fake urine if you can get away with using it.
Yes, I took a urinalysis after I took what I thought was vicoden and it came back positive. When I presented to prescription to the lab for Vicoden it did not match the positive result. Later I found out, by mistake I took my wife's oxycodone and that's what I tested positive for. So , Yes, they wil…l show up different. ( Full Answer )
it can but it takes alot... i took uas for a while and they didnt show up. then i started taking more and more and one day i took aybe 15-20 and they showed up. if its like 1 or 2 its not an issue i wouldn't think
It will show up as just that. On a more general test it will show up as opiates.
They are both opiates, however, drug tests can test specifically test for oxycodone(Oxycontin), but it does show up the same because they are both opiates.
Percocet is a combination of Oxycodone and Tylenol; Vicodin is a brand name for Hydrocodone. While both are similar, Oxycodone is the stronger of the 2, and both will show on a test as an opiate.
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, thenthe drug test will break down the different t…ypes of derivatives. ( Full Answer )
If you take oxycodone 30mg or 5mg the drug test will show up with just oxycodone in your system. The average life span in your urine is 3 days. The only type of testing that would show quantity is a toxicology test. Who is gonna get that? Someone who died of an overdose. Fyi - Oxycodone is percocet.… If your taking a 30mg tablet you will not have any Tylenol in the pill. Percocet is oxycodone and Tylenol. And usually is prescribed as 5mg. Percodan is oxycodone and ibuprofen. If you are worried that your doctor will find out you are taking much more oxycodone than you are prescribed, don't. If you are worried about the actual drug showing up in a drug test, stop 3 days before the test. ( Full Answer )
Nope, I recently took a urine analysis test for Frito Lay chips concerning employment. I have been a steady vicodin user months, it turned out completely negative :) good luck Yes. It's an Opiate.
No, it's an opiate derivative and must be detected with an oxymorphone, hydromorphone test. I would say a 10 panel test.
They would both show up as Opiates. and if they wanted they could inspect to find out what opiates, and im sure they would. So yes... Xanax would not show up as an opiate, it is a totally different class of drug. Xanax is a benzodiazepine and therefore would NOT be confused with Vicodin on a drug t…est. ( Full Answer )
No, vicodin will show up as an opiate and aderall will show up as an amphetamine
they are both opiates but if its a lab and your positive for opiates they will test for the exact one.
No. I am a Registered Nurse and Xanax is a Benzodiazepine, or "Benzo" for short. Vicodin is an opiate and will BOTH show up, but in different categories.
Yes, vicodin and other opiates show up in hair drug tests. The cut-off period for detection in hair tests is 90 days.
No they do.not one shows up oxycodone&opanas show up oxys morphine granted both only stay n ur system3days butIno from my own dumb experience that they don't soIm.just hopen u dnt have2go2ur Dr netime soon if uv bn doing opanas&aren't prescribed them,bc ull more than likely get cut off,Ihope tht Iwa…s able2get ths info2u n time.Best wishes&goodluck... ( Full Answer )
Generally, yes. It depends on the test given, and how recent the Vicodin (containing hydrocodone) was taken. But in general, yes. Most drug tests will test for Vicodin (hydrocodone and/or its metabolities).
Yes, they do as they are both oxycodone. If taken in high doses for long periods of time, if they test separately for oxycodone & opiates u can test positive for both because any opiate will eventually metabolise into morphine.