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PostPosted: Fri Dec 27, 2013 2:48 am 
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First off, I would like to commend everyone on here who has taken the initiative of changing their live’s.

Now my question… I am on Drug Court. I get tested every Tuesday at 9:00am with a 12 panel test that (from what I heard) tests for bup. I have “glanced” at the test and have never noticed bup on there, but that is besides the point.
I had an urge to get high shortly after my test last week, and instead of getting my drug of choice (Heroin) I figured I would be safer getting a subutex. I took half of the pill (4mg) at roughly 3:00pm on Tuesday. I have been clean for a long time prior, so I this was (and will be) an isolated use. I have to report this coming Tuesday at 9:00am and give another sample. Keeping in mind I am overweight, would this be enough time to pass? I am taking a prescribed water pill (HCTZ) and drinking plenty of fluids in hopes it may help. Also, I appreciate people wanting to help, but please spare the “I thinks” and “I heards” with the replies. I am thankful for all your time and help.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 27, 2013 3:20 pm 
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Hey Wheels,

I personally don't have any experience with this subject but I did do a search for you. This is one of probably many threads talking about Sub testing. Didn't read all the responses but hopefully there is something there you can use.

Welcome to the forum!

[url][http://www.suboxforum.com/post76508.html?hilit=drug%20testing#p76508/url]

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