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PostPosted: Mon Jun 20, 2011 9:42 am 
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Does anybody know anything about this? I've been clean from opiates for atleast a month and havent taken suboxone in over 4 days. Do I have anything to worry about?

ps. I dont take any other drugs, if anyone wondered.

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I didn't know much if anything about oral drug tests myself, so I decided to look it up. This is what I found on Wikipedia:


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Saliva / oral fluid-based drug tests can generally detect use during the previous few hours to 1–2 days. THC may only be detectable for less than 12 hours in most cases. On site drug tests are allowed per the Department of Labor.[11]

Detection in saliva tests begins almost immediately upon use of the following substances, and lasts for approximately the following times:

Alcohol: 6–24 h[12]


NOTE: Saliva tests are poorly sensitive to THC and detection times can vary considerably based on the cutoffs used. In some cases drug use may only be detectable for a few hours.

Adulteration products are readily available on the Internet to avoid oral fluid detection


I know you said you don't use any other drugs, but I just pasted what the entry said. I couldn't find anything regarding whether suboxone shows up on an oral test or not. The only results that came up were sites selling suboxone drug tests.

Sorry I couldn't find more. Good luck to you.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 20, 2011 10:52 am 
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Thanks for your time buddy, u didnt have to do all that but I appreciate it! It appears as though urine tests ore more intimidating thatn the oral tests. I should be good! Now the fight against my crazings...


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