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Hydrocodon Stay In Your Piss

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well i;m on oxycodon now my said he could out me on hydrocodon and he could put 3 refills and would not have to call in every time i need a refill.so saterday one of my firends gave 2 #10 hydro so itryed them to see if i would won't ask my doc to change,i had my appointment monday and gave me a piss test.if hydro shows up in it they well stop my pain meds it's not like go out looking for it on the streets or doc shop va doc is my only doc. can anyone tll me how long it stays in your pee.

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I don't know but if something comes up you could explain to your Doc.

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Below is the info you requested. It says 1-6 days for they hydro in your system.

Drug Use Time Table

How Long Each Drug Stays In your Body..

Drugs Misc Names Dependence Detection Usage

Physical Mental

OPIATES

Opium

Dover's Powder, Paregoric, Laudanum

High High 2-4 days Oral, smoked

Morphine Morphine, Roxanol, Roxanol-SR High High 2-4 days Oral, smoked, injected

Codeine Tylenol w/Codeine, Empirin w/Codeine, Robitussin A-C, Fiorinal w/Codeine Moderate Moderate 2-4 days Oral, injected

Heroin Diacetylmorphine, Horse, Smack, Dragon's Tail High High 2-4 days Injected, sniffed, smoked

Hydro-

morphone

Dilaudid High High 2-4 days Oral, injected

Meperidine Demerol, Mepergan, Pethidine High High 2-4 days Oral, injected

Methadone Dolophine, Methadone High Moderate 6-12 days Oral, injected

Hydrocodone Vicodin, Dilles High Low 1-6 Days Oral

Oxycodone Percodan, Percocet, Tylox High High 8-24 hours Oral, injected

Other Opiates Numorphan, Tussionex, Fentanyl, Darvon, Lomotil, Talwin High-Low High-Low 8-24 hours Oral, injected

DEPRESSANTS

Alcohol

Beer, Wine, Liquor High High 6 hrs. - 2 days Oral

Barbiturates Amytal, Butisol, Fiorinal, Nembutal, Seconal, Tuinal, Phenobarbital, Black Beauties High High 2-10 days Oral

Benzo-

diazepines

Ativan, Dalmane, Diazepam, Librium, Xanax, Serax, Valium, Tranxene, Versed, Halcion, Paxipam, Restoril High High 1-6 weeks Oral

Metha-

qualone Quaalude High High 2 weeks Oral

Glutethimide Doriden High Moderate 2-10 days Oral

Other Depressants Equanil, Miltown, Noludar, Placidyl, Soma, Chloral Hydrate Moderate Moderate 2-7 days Oral

STIMULANTS

Cocaine

Coke, Flake, Snow, Crack High High 2-5 days Sniffed, smoked, injected

Amphet-

amines Biphematine, Delcobase, Desoxyn, Dexedrine, Obetrol, Reds Moderate High 1-2 days Oral, injected

Phen-

metrazine Preludin Moderate High 1-2 days Oral, injected

Methyl-

phenidate Ritalin Possible Moderate 1-2 days Oral, injected

Nicotine Cigarettes, Chewing Tobacco, Cigars High High 2-4 days Sniffed, smoked, oral

Other Stimulants Adipex, Cylert, Didrex, Ionamin, Plegine, Tenuate, Tepanil, Prelu-2 Moderate High 1-2 days Oral, injected

HALLUCINOGENS

LSD

Acid, Microdot None Low 8-24 hours Oral

Mescaline Buttons, Cactus, Peyote None Moderate 2-3 days Oral

Amphetamine Variants 2,5-DMA; PMA; STP; MDA; MDMA; TMA; DOM; DOB; Ecstasy Unknown Moderate 2-5 days Oral, injected

Phencyclidine PCP, Angel Dust, Hog Unknown High 2-4 days Smoked, oral, injected

Marijuana Pot, Acapulco Gold, Grass, Reefer, Sinsemilla, Thai Sticks Unknown Moderate 2 days -

11 weeks Smoked, oral

Tetrahydro-cannabinol THC, Marinol Unknown Moderate 2 days -

11 weeks Smoked, oral

Hashish, Hashish Oil Hash Unknown Moderate 2 days -

11 weeks Smoked, oral

Other Hallucinogens Bufotenine, Ibogaine, DMT, DET, Psilocybin, Psilocin, PCE, PCPy, TCP None Unknown 2-5 days Smoked, oral, injected, sniffed

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Usually they just test for opiates. I don't know if they actually discriminate between oxy and hydrocodone. If they ask just say you took oxy. Tests are wrong frequently so unless you admit something I don't think one test is enough to cut you off.

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I've been taking Oxycodone for about 5 years now and everytime I get a new doctor I have a problem with the new doctor, they can't seem to keep a doctor, in the 5 years I've had 5 doctors I'm on my 5th one now and I am having a problem getting a refill from him. I have lung cancer and the pain med is the only way I keep going. On my last appointment he said the Oxcodone didn't show up in my urine, well hell fire I have no salava glandes from them being burned out from radiation and I drink probably 2 1'/2 gallons of water a day, seems the water flushes my system out. Stupid VA Doctors where do they come from. SGT D :rolleyes:

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