Oxymorphone and drug tests

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I see a pain management specialist and use patches and baclofen I am not required to take a drug test. Is this an insurance thing or a trust issue? I'm sorry if this comes across stupid but I really just don't understand why...
this happened to someone i know...she was taking percocets, she went to her pain clinic and they did a random drug sreen on her and it came up negative, which IS VERY strange because i KNOW she takes them, shes an addict....but they didnt discharge her? she got another chance? do you take the opana EXACTLY as prescribed? i know my friend doesnt she takes as much as she can at the beginning of her script, then slows down just enough so she will have enough to last her...
I am perscribed 5mg oxycodone 1-2 tablets per day up to six a day what is an acceptable drug urine screen for this amount? mine was as follows Oxycodone 261 H < 50 ng/mL Oxymorphone 658 H < 50 ng/mL....
Hopefully it is not doctors that are reading these drug tests but trained medical technologists who do this for a living. But indeed mistakes happen, there is a human factor to all these tests. And some tests are more accurate than others, some labs do a better job than others too. That's my two cents worth, now I'm broke.
A while back I posted a topic on Morphine Vs Negative Drug screen. It has some very informative info and also explains why the tests can come out negative. Scroll down a few pages and you'll find it or PM Beargizmo, I sent it to him.
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Hello, Chances of urine tests coming up positive after having oral sex with a male using oxymorphone are very less. Chances of drug being transferred by saliva to your vaginal fluid is very very less. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps.
Hello, Chances of urine tests coming up positive after having oral sex with a male using oxymorphone are very less. Chances of drug being transferred by saliva to your vaginal fluid is very very less. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps.
According to a trusted web-site Oxycodone's oxidative metabolites are (noroxycodone, oxymorphone, and noroxymorphone). If that's true as I believe it is - your Serum Drug Test was correct - it showed the metabolites. We have other members that have a better understanding of chemical values. I think they will also respond. I don't think this test reveals anything wrong with your kidney, liver or bladder - however if you have issues with those organs it's always best to keep on top of them.
Your doctor specifically said "Opana ER"??? That's a bit odd. Opana is just the brand-name for Oxymorphone, and the ER just means "extended release" (as opposed to the IR, "instant release"). A doctor telling you that you tested positive for Opana ER would be like telling someone that they tested positive for Norco 10/325. Drug screens/tests just aren't specific enough to determine brand-names of drugs, let alone whether it's the ER or IR version of the drug.
Although Oxycotin come in 40 and 80mg Opana are more addictive even though they come in 10, 30 and 70 mg. This is because the it is a combination drug and is a mix of oxy and morphine. The problem is honestly probably that you are changing and the morphine is the change and now that you have stepped up you need more of the drug to feel better. How do I know this...I was on the exact same drugs a year ago.
Just continue to be a honest patient and comply with any and all future tests and most importantly ask for a blood test to check the oxymorphone levels. Please keep us updated on how things turn out.
my husband, my kids, and even friends have seen me take my meds, so now i have schedualed an appt for tomorrow with base legal, as my base doc called me back yesterday and said they couldnt order tests like that for this case, and the only thing they can do is try to have another clinic take me on. this isnt going to end well.
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I have had false positive tests for thc.I am perscribed oxycodone,oxymorphone(opana),lyrica,omeprazole for heartburn,celebrex,ibuprofen,and tylenol 3 times a day will these drugs cause a false positive for thc i really need help im looking at 5 years cause my po thinks i smoking pot i have 3 kids and cant risk the next 5 years of there lives over false positive test results.I DO NOT SMOKE POT AND I AM NEVER AROUND PEOPLE WHO R SMOKING POT...................PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I know everybody's body is different and if you have a high metabolism or drink a lot of water and even stress can have and affect on the drug showing on a test.
test came back with greater than 3000 for the morphine (which it always comes back as), greater than 100 for the oxycodone (which it always comes back as) but this time it also came back with greater than 100 oxymorphone? I have checked my past tests and have seen that in the last year 2 other tests came back with the same result for oxymorphone but just 1 test came back with negative for oxymorphone.
Aside from Opana or oxymorphone, what other medications are you taking right now? I understand your concern regarding this and it is important that you discuss this with your attending physician. False negative tests which may result from drug interactions may need to be ruled out also. Take care and best regards.
on my lab when i was looking it over it said i was negative for hydrocodone and i take strong doses so i am confused on that im fighting to prove my innoce and save my pride and good name, i also grt nubain shots and the person who did up my paper with my perscriptions did not put that on there , and from my under standing hydromorphone and nubane have the sme chemical make up.
Finally, the withdrawal from buprenorphine provides a disincentive to stop taking the drug, and so the drug is always there to assure the person that any attempt to get high would be futile, dispelling any lingering thoughts about using an opiate. Different Treatment Approaches At the present time there are significant differences between the treatment approaches of those who use Suboxone versus those who use a non-medicated 12-step-based approach.
I find that I do need breakthrough pain meds. Oh and the drug is oxymorphone hcl. Hope that helps and good luck to you.
Its a schedule 2 drug and it is not twice as strong as oxycotin........Opana comes in 5-10-20 and 40 mgs......... May i ask why your taking this med?
Hello Worried, In my opinion you have a right to be concerned. Opana is Oxymorphone and very similar to Morphine. It may or may not produce a euphoria for you. Morphine has never effected me in that manner. A medication web-site says, "Oxymorphone may be habit-forming and should be used only by the person it was prescribed for. Oxymorphone should never be given to another person, especially someone who has a history of drug abuse or addiction.
Hi Carl, I got denied also the first time. My Hepa appealed it and now BCBS wants drug tests done before they approve. One lab is for Alcohol Metabolism and the other is Drug Screen & Marijuana. So now BCBS is making sure no one is drinking or taking drugs while on this expensive treatment. I will get the labs done tomorrow and hopefully I can get approved by next week. They are doing everything they can think of not approve this. Good luck!
Love and Healing, Emily
I guess what my question is, Does anyone have any real information on how long the new formula was evaluated for, and if it wasn't just a way for the makers of oxycontin to have a new med patent to keep exclusive rights to for whatever the time length they get to keep the drug formula to themselves for? And is the ingredient that makes the pills tamper proof considered an" inactive ingredient" which to my understanding is somehow not importan .
(Also, in Mass we have the big scandal with the state drug lab with the chemist who tampered with countless drug evidence causing thousands of prisoners to go free on drug cases. I'm not naive & I have respect for the medical community & legal community & most importantly myself. I'm just looking to see how best to manage this. I hope we can keep this relationship because he seems like he knows his stuff. I just can't figure out how this could have happened.
Also, did the doc do any bloodwork, liver function tests, anything? I think you need a THOROUGH medical work up...and a doctor who specializes in addiction IN a hospital setting. Praying for you.
But I think maybe, just maybe, they realize that I am not a liar since it's doubtful I would be following up with blood tests and requesting my drug screening results and information on the testing protocols if I was trying to run a con on them. I'm still saving up to have my hair tested- it costs @$190 here to get it done at a lab accredited with recognized chain of custody proceedures. I've cut back to 2.