How long is hydrocodone in urine

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So i could get tested once a week every monday if they wanted. i have a question of how long does hydrocodone stay in your urine. I have heard alot of different answers. !-7 dyas isnt much of an answer lol. I know most people will " why dont you just not do any drugs' Easier said than done. What sucks about this treatment is I can get away with drinking if I wanted to cause they can only go back a max of 80 hours on alcohol.
I have a urine test , trying to wean off . How long does hydrocodone stay in urine before considered being clean? Is it 72 hours or longer.Trying to get clean and get job!!
i have a question of how long does hydrocodone stay in your urine. I have heard alot of different answers. !-7 dyas isnt much of an answer lol. I know most people will " why dont you just not do any drugs' Easier said than done. What sucks about this treatment is I can get away with drinking if I wanted to cause they can only go back a max of 80 hours on alcohol. All I really want to do is smoke weed but I cant get away with that at all.
I have not been doing all that great, somewhat better but still not clean. My question is, how long does Hydrocodone and Oxycotin show up on a blood and/or urine drug screen? Need the real deal on this, looks like I might get hit this week and I need to prepare if i can.
Yes it is still from whats in us. Think how long we put the **** in us. Keep drinking fluids until your going to burst and eat good to this helps flush our systems out. Get exercise too.. Myself I hate this part but the more we exercise the better we feel.. I hope I helped some it take along time to get our minds and bodies back. But it took along time to get us where were at too.. Hang in there it does get Easier and better over TIME!!!!! Ill be praying for you. God Bless..
Does anyone know the TRUTH about how long hydrocodone stays in your system? What is the best way to get rid of it for a drug test for a job? ( 1 more reason to put the pills down...) - I am currently tapering down , but just started...thanks for any help!!!!
They generally always prescribe Hydrocodone when a patient is in pain and needs relief. That is their drug of choice in those offices. Don't know why but it is. You did a nice job of standing up and explaining yourself. It sounds like he believes you and will keep you on as a patient. In all the years that I have been in pain management and that is about 13, I have never ever had a problem. I can't understand why so many ppl do have these problems.
It didn't say how they tested them? & it didnt say how long hydrocodone stays In their system! That's what I really need to know! Please & thank you for helping so much! & yes I am done!
Onthedge, sorry to hear/read about your situation. I'll pray for you. How did the addiction start with your husband? Did he have surgery? When did he tell you, or did you just find out? A lot of people struggle with telling their family. Maybe he didn't because he thought it wasn't a problem. How did he get caught? Often doctor hoppers wonder how the arrest would happen? Did they catch him on the phone?
Feels like charlie horses in both my legs, my stomach is in a really tight painful knot, and my lower back is absolutely killing me. Nothing has helped so far, I just lay here on the couch and deal with it, shaking or bouncing my legs while laying down takes some of the painful tingle out of them so I do that until I get so tired I finally just pass out from exhaustion. This is my 5th attempt to detox at home just white knuckling it. Hang in there everyone and Ill be praying along with you.
I have read in this forum that the accetametophin (hope I spelled it correctly) is not harmful as long as alcohol is not involved...any ideas?
Wow, you are at 3/day from 20; that is phenomenal. I'm not quite clear how long it took you to get here(5 days???), but it seems it doesn't matter(as you sound okay???) If it was done in 5 days, you must be in the throes of withdrawal. Once you hit zero, you will still have pretty harsh physical w'd's. The good news is, the worst of it will be behind you after3-5 days(from zero). Have you picked up the ingredients of the Thomas recipe, to help with the w'd's?
Of course, if you did not have an RX, then that is another story, but I think I heard once that hydrocodone did not stay in your system for all that long. I was tested once after taking my last pill two days prior, and nothing showed up. That was years ago and the testing may be more sophisticated now though. Good Luck. Oh, and congrats on your weight loss! That is something else that I need to do.
I recentley came off of hydrocodone and am just concerned if it will be picked up on the test. How long does it take to not show up? If anyone has any insight to this its greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Hi, Thanks for writing in. Blood in urine or bleeding from urethra after a prostrate exam is quiet common. Was it a biopsy or DRE? With biopsy it more common. Any manipulation to the prostrate can cause this. Also the medications that you have mentioned potentially cannot cause bleeding, but lisinopril very rarely is implicated in blood dyscrasias. How long has it been using lisinopril? And did he have these symptoms before?
Pushing a lot of water helps a lot but a spa or sauna could help also just remember that it is excreted in urine through the liver and kidneys. If you take hydrocodone the day of it will take up to 6 hours before the metabolites show up in your urine. Let me know if you need anything else. I hope this helps.
At my first visit my PM doctor explained to me how different PM is from other practices. How they are monitored by the DEA, that DEA undercover agents actually can visit their waiting rooms, listening to whom is willing to sell their prescriptions, to make arrests, etc. I almost said thank you, but no thanks. I had never heard of anything like that. This is my worst nightmare being in PM, after never being totally comortable in the environment.
I have become quit resourceful over the last year, since I needed them to be able to work without going through withdrawals. In this small town in Texas, there is an hydrocodone epidemic going on, and it has replace nearly every drug. It doesn't stop the doctors from prescribing them though. And I hear the suboxone will work, but then you'll get addicted to those also, and the doctors will have no trouble keeping you on them as well.
Thanks so much for hanging in here with me. I can't believe how helpful this has been. Today is day 6, I think. I took my last pills last Monday. I can't believe how much better I feel since last Friday. Yesterday I was so depressed, I fought back tears all day long without even really knowing why. But I do realize now that this addiction was not just physical but so completely mental as well.
Howdee,Unfortunately it is not true that Hydrocodone is available OTC in Australia,here where I live,in any state,actually Hydrocodone is not even used as a pain killer here, it is only available as Schedule 8,which would be Schedule 2 in USA,however Dihydrocodeine(Hydrocodeine)is.It is better than Codeine but I heard not as pleasant as Hydrocodone.
When the medicine is metabolozed it releases metaboloites unique to the medication into your urine. Depending on how much your taking that amount of matabolites will be present in your urine(someone correct me if I'm wrong) so a level can be done. It takes time for the drug to metabolize out of your body and into your urine so whether you take your medication early or late in the day probably wouldnt effect that or the DR would have to ask what time your taking it.
Hi Weathergirl, sorry for the delay in replying. My pain story is a long one , I started writing about it and just erased it because it was too definitive regarding some bad doctors. But I have been treated for spinal stenosis , the operation was a failure, I now have a slipped disc, a band of epidural fat around my spine which would be extremely dangerous to operate although I have a surgeon who wants to but I have been advised to pass on it.
What type of a physician did you last see? A GP, neurologist or what? How educated is she in PM? First of all according to all I have read and all I have been told, a diuretic will not wash drugs out of your system. If it did every illegally user certainly be looking for them before a drug screen. If you still are applying the patch as you always have I cannot imagine that you are going through a withdrawal. If you have not decreased your narcotic intake it seems far fetched to me.
I'm up to 10 to 15 a day now and take five just to get me moving in the morning. This is no way to live. How long and how hard are the with drawals from it? I don't want to live my life around this drug anymore. Just a word of encouragment some times is what I think I need and to know that I am not alone.
-) Whoever did the urine screen is supposed to have enough to run it again. If you hadn't had any in two days, I suppose it is possible to test negative. I think you need to explain to the doctor why you ran out. My experience with urine screens is that the doc thinks they are foolproof and only science can trump itself. I took a valium once and it came back as temazepam (restoril) instead of diazepam (valium).
Maybe i am an exception to the rule. But, the sub doc told me 2 weeks, when i asked him how long i was going to be like this. the day i went in they gave me 4 mg. waited an hour and gave me 4MG.again. Within 30 min. or so i was feeling pretty darn good. They sent me home with enough pills for the week, till my next visit. They check my urine every week oh and had blood drawn on the first day, before i started on the sub. I hope another day or two of this and i will be okay.
Some tranquillisers have varied lives, some short, some long in the system. Lets look at Valium then.........You may know it is long term in the blood....that is OK, but this is where it foxes you. It has a life span effect of 800 hours (33 days +) before it really produces the BAD withdrawal symptoms, these could take on many forms. Many common, many not so common. But the thing here is, you are not prepared for this and it hits you really hard.
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