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PostPosted: Mon Apr 15, 2013 10:33 am 
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I have to take a drug test at my pain management clinic in 2 days which i need to show up positive for oxycodone, i have been taking suboxone for 5 days now and will b taking oxycodone tmrw through the drug test day. Will the subox show up with the opiates and will opiates even show up? Plz plz plz help!


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 15, 2013 12:21 pm 
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Ill taje a stab here::Unless the drug screen is looking for buprenorphine.
To my knowledge it will not show up. Norbuprenophine
Is what would show up. Oxymorphone is basically what
The screen is looking for. Show up with to much oxycodone
And not the oxymorphone or what ever metabolites they look
For and it will raise some brows....just sayin.

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CaringM,
Not sure where to start but I'll try and answer your specific question first. The two big companies that do point of care urine screening do not test for suboxone. That is a seperate dip test or has to be sent in to the lab. If you are taking the oxy it will show up on the urine screen, as will the primary metabolite. Suboxone doesn't block that.
The bigger issue is why are you taking Suboxone and oxycodone? If your pain management clinic is more than a pill mill they should be supportive of you being on Suboxone and assisting with the transition. Are you getting prescription Sub or buying it off the street? You don't say if you are using it for dependency issues or pain managment but either way this doesn't sound like a good path you are traveling. Perhaps with more information this forum can be of assistance. PAX


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CaringM,
Not sure where to start but I'll try and answer your specific question first. The two big companies that do point of care urine screening do not test for suboxone. That is a seperate dip test or has to be sent in to the lab. If you are taking the oxy it will show up on the urine screen, as will the primary metabolite. Suboxone doesn't block that.
The bigger issue is why are you taking Suboxone and oxycodone? If your pain management clinic is more than a pill mill they should be supportive of you being on Suboxone and assisting with the transition. Are you getting prescription Sub or buying it off the street? You don't say if you are using it for dependency issues or pain managment but either way this doesn't sound like a good path you are traveling. Perhaps with more information this forum can be of assistance. PAX


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