Morphine in urine

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I am in a out patient facility and in a drug court. My drug of choice is alcohol. My last use date was August 10, 2013. My counsler just informed me I had a positve tox for morhine. I did not take morphine. Any ideas..... Talked to drug court and I said 1. Went to dentist (septicane and articane ...Spelling sorry) she said not that 2. took over the counter "all natural" cough medicine 1 1/2 tbs..
Yes, gastroparesis can delay drug absorption from the intestine and this can cause lower than expected levels of drugs in the blood and their metabolites in the urine. So, yes, if you have severe gastroparesis and are on low morphine dose, then you can get a false negative result. Please consult your doctor regarding this. Hope this helps. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you.
DEAR TUCK, WENT TO DOCTORS TODAY AND DECUSSED TO HIM ABOUT MY HUSBAND AND I WERE REALLY UPSET ABOUT THE MORPHINE FOUND IN US. WHEREAS ALL WE EVER GOT OUR DRUGS OR MEDS WAS THOUGH HIM. I TOLD HIM ABOUT HOSPITAL IN MACHIAS BUT HE SAID IT WASN'T SENT THEIR. THE URINE TEST WAS SENT TO SECON OF NEW ENGLAND IN WORCESTOR ,MASS. I ASK FOR A COPY OF OUR URINE TEST AND GOT IT. I TOLD HIM WE WANTED ANOTHER TEST BUT HE SAID IT WAS FROM STATE AND THEY WOULDN'T LET US DO IT SO CLOSE TOGETHER.
Will oxymorphone show up as morphine on a urine drug screen that goes to a lab for processing? My boyfriend recently switched pain management doctors but his appointment with the new doctor was a month and a half away so he had to cut down on his medicine drastically to get him through the month. He decided to take morphine to ease some of the symptoms of withdraw. The new doctor's office just called him and said they had a cancelation and he has to go see them tomorrow.
I am taking 16mg of suboxone a day, how long will the subs last in my urine? I have been taking subs for about 3 months and i would have like a day or two break in between taking it sometimes. how long will the subs give me a hot urine for??? will it still be 72hrs to clean out of my system or will it take longer since i have been taking it for 3 months.?
Is this possible? Do they have the ability to detect the actual amounts consumed in your urine? Aren't their a lot of variables involved that can influence this? For Ex. When I know I have to drive to the Dr.'s I do NOT take my meds that day until after I get home. Could this be why my levels were down? I think he just did NOT want to take me as a patient so he used this as an excuse. I was warned by my other Dr. that I might have a hard time finding a new Dr.
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.
Of these urine primarily contains morphine-3-glucuronide. Also, 10% of morphine sulfate is excreted unchanged in the urine. This and morphine-3-glucuronide can give positive urine test for morphine. In ll probability the hydrocodone test is false positive. The morphine test results would be read in light of the drug you are taking. Hydrocone test should be repeated. Take care!
i take er morphine test for my doctor and it did not come up in my urine test and i take them and he said he would have to discharge me could me taking anti acid tablets and bismuth subsalicylate cause them not to disolve in my stomach
30pm (3 1/2 hours later) I called back and asked for another shot. The nurse then lectured me for about ten minutes telling me that I needed to hold off for as long as I could having the morphine shot because it was so strong. I replied to the nurse that I felt that over three hours was more than adequate time to receive another shot. I then asked her what the doctor had written and she told me 2 to 4mg every two hours.
then to have to keep worrying about the morphine. I know it is silly, but what if there is a major disaster in my state and it just happens to come when I have maybe 4-5 days of medication left. Good luck going to a different doctor to get morphine, if I could even get there at all. So I would end up on forced withdrawal plus the pain. I know it is silly, but who knows.
THEY WROTE THE PRESCRIPTION! and when they did a urine test, I came up positive for morphine. WTF? I was in absolute tears because the midwife who saw me that day was like "you need to stop all the drugs RIGHT NOW child" so I stormed out of the office after telling her OVER AND OVER that I was not taking morphine!!! I called the nurse later, still crying, begging her to help me figure out what the bleep was going on, and if there was a chance of a false positive...
False negatives...Pitfalls of Urine Drug Monitoring in Pain Care ... I am always looking for information on the effectiveness and accuracy of the drug test we have to endure. I have just come across this one from Early this year. It has alot of information on how the UA works and why they are inconclusive most of the time. I am including the link as I have not posted everything in the article. The VA study I have posted in my journal and refer members to was done in 2004 I believe.
Our godson, age 38 had his bladder removed about 3 years ago and has a stoma, due to cancer of the bladder. Since then he has had continual infections of his urine. To clear the infections he has to go to hospital and be fed intravenous antibiotics, he then returns home and about l month later he again has an infection. The infections have been so bad that on occasion they are life threatening - very high temp. sweating etc. hospitalisation.
If you were putting that much into your system, you would have had TOO much in the blood stream and it would have showed to be excessive in your urine. The Doctor who prescribed the patch must have told you how to use them? I am shocked to hear that you would have so many questions regarding the use of the Patches. Also, there is a great deal of information that comes with each box of 5. Have you read any of it? Again, this all doesn't make sense to me.
That is why I don't understand why the website says that it won't.. even the doctor I went to had that in his paperwork that it wouldn't.. So that is why I said I wasn't sure.. Could there be a difference in the Suboxone and the Subutex formulas that the combo one does not show up??
I am taking pain medication and in the past morphine was part of that treatment. I have not taken morphine in a long time and yet during a urine test a couple months ago morphine showed up in my sample. I was wondering if it were possible that the morphine was stored in my fat cells and then released when I started losing weight. Even if that is the case, it seems like it would show up differently on the test wouldn't it??
Could a person's mood and judgement be transformed or impaired by all of this? 5. Do either Codeine or Morphine, or the combination of the two in conjunction with other medications, lack of sleep, etc. effect the mental capacity of a person?
If it was your urine that they tested and they used the correct test and their was no human error the morphine should have shown in your urine drug screen. I too have done extensive research on the reasons for false negative and positive drug screens over the past 18 months as we have so man questions on this issue. There is much information available on www and some of it is conflicting and difficult to understand. The one fact that is undeniable is called the chain of custody.
Individual patients may have genetic variants of the enzymes, or may be taking inducer or inhibitor drugs, that strongly influence opioid metabolism and, hence, their detectable presence or absence in urine (or blood, or oral fluid if used) [see, Carlozzi et al. 2008; Smith 2009]. For example, the unexpected absence of one of the above opioid analgesics upon testing can be due to rapid metabolism in a patient rather than therapeutic noncompliance or drug diversion.
My bladder problems started after I had a cage put in my lower back. I am now headed to my 3rd urologist. I have bladder pain and spasms to the point of curling up on the floor crying. I had a bladder suspension done abt. 8 or 9 years ago and the last Dr (urologist) did multiple test and said my urethra was closed off (or something to that effect) she even scheduled a surgery (which she later cancelled and wanted to send me to this 3rd urologist) thinking cutting the sling would help.
I should mention though that they did allow me to break up my urine test in 2 payments so I didn't have to pay the whole $100 up front. But then again if they are gonna kick me out iy wouldn't matter because after co-pay and stuff they would get thier $100 anyhow.
As my rather long post spells out my situation, 1st blood tested - NEGATIVE FOR ALL OPIATES, if it didn't happen to another patient I think I be trouble, the the urine test showed HYDROCODONE in my system - there's a letter that's NOT public knowledge that my friend sent me as a 'pre release: URGENT' showing just how the manufactoring process of OXYCODONE, this finding was sent to the AAMRO which I don't have access, but got a copy of the document which confirms WHY & how I tested positive f
uses which are also sent out are very detailed as they use mass spectrometry and gas chromatography. This shows the exact levels of medication in the urine as well as what type it is. For example, they can tell if someone takes even one extra pill the previous day. I know it's too late but I would have advised coming clean before the test and letting your Dr. know as now it looks like you are hiding it. I'm not trying to be mean...
I have been in PM for 6 years after failed thumb joint replacement, total of 9 surgeries, countless procures & too many meds to count. Last year switched to my primary for the PM & was on total of 40 mg./ day. Several months ago my BP reached stroke level &they put me on second BP pill. First one was Clonidine, more for nerve pain. I hsve CRPS, fbro, arthritis in many joints & herniatet disc @ L5Sl.
The only significant finding so far based on your post is the presence of WBC in the urine. At this point, I think the urine culture is negative due to the intake of antibiotics. Interstitial cystitis may be a differential here however, do you experience increased urinary frequency which seems to heighten at night? Any pain with sexual activity? The pain of IC is located in the lower abdomen to the perineal (area between anus and genitals). Is this similar to your case?
Since then, my PCP has been prescribing, and I have been looking for other pain drs willing to take on my complicated case. I have now taken 3 urine tests in 3 months, which is OK..as I haven't ever had a problem in 4yrs of taking pain meds. I have never taken any illegal drug, and only take prescriptions as prescribed, so I never worried about it. Now, I am a victim of a false negative, and am not sure what to do.
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