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PostPosted: Sat Aug 03, 2013 10:59 pm 
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Does anyone know how long Xanax stays in your system? I took 1mg each morining mon-Thursday and have a piss test Monday morning. I usually don't take them but have had a very hard Time sleeping the last couple weeks.


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 04, 2013 3:07 am 
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The half life of xanax is 11 hours, but it depends on how much is built up in your system. It can take a few days to a few weeks to have it completely out of your urine. I found this by googling. I don't have personal experience in trying to pass a test with xanax.

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Jameskenneth wrote:
Does anyone know how long Xanax stays in your system? I took 1mg each morining mon-Thursday and have a piss test Monday morning. I usually don't take them but have had a very hard Time sleeping the last couple weeks.



If you have trouble sleeping, wouldn't the xanax be more effective at night rather than a morning dose? Sorry, I know that's not the information you're seeking but I found the dose time odd for sleep troubles.


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It's kind of a mute point at this time. My guess is it'll come up clean. It will be almost four complete days w/o any. That should be enough.

TD, he may be a day sleeper.

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rule62 wrote:
It's kind of a mute point at this time. My guess is it'll come up clean. It will be almost four complete days w/o any. That should be enough.

TD, he may be a day sleeper.


Totally moot, I agree. And you're right, I forgot that some people work nights shifts.. makes perfect sense. :D


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 07, 2013 11:32 pm 
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Ya I work at night time. Have been on 3rd for a little over 8 years so. Well I decided to tell him the truth and he was kool but said not to take things that are not mine. When u first get there they give u a form to fill out which asked if u have used or done anything. I put yes and then found out I was not even goin to get a piss test but am just glad I was honest just in case. I go see my pcp before long and will get something for sleep. Do any of y'all know what help with anxiety. I take busbar right now and not much help


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I got popped on a job interview for temazepam totally unexpected. I had taken it 5+ weeks earlier. I had no idea it stayed that long. This also meant I had been testing positive at my sub doc and not knowing it. He would ask "any relapses?" and I'd say no. Once I figured out it was there I just told him I noticed some medicine in my family's cabinet that said "For Sleep" not knowing what it was...

He didn't kick me out so that was good.

Pass or Fail I hope it doesn't bring on a shitstorm for you.

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