I thought I was to take an oral swab test, but found out that I will take a preemployment urine test. However, I was in the hospital 2 weeks ago and was prescribed oxycodone. I thought about doing just that as I believe it is just a 5 panel DOT from what little I could pull of of the web.
And this decision is based on whether your levels of hydrocodone correspond with expected norms. I never done heroin in my life.
Thanks so much for you information. I take norcos 10 mg. He is basically accusing me of taking oxycontin because 2 tablets were found in our employee restroom. It seems like whomever was tested may actually be taking something different harder drugs…oxycodone, morphine, heroin?
I don't know when results come back, but I am deathly afraid of a positive result. Would these tests be testing me separately for Norcos?
Did not use all of it so I kept the rest in the refrigerator. I would be taking the test at a military base, and I believe they test for opiates, although I am not sure if they screen for more than morphine. He said it should be higher if I am really taking it as prescribed. Even though it may not apply to you, check out this pamphlet about the rights to employment for former drug users and addicts: I've done lots and lots of drug test throughout life; I kinda have an idea.
Hydrocodone levels for a urinalysis should even out after a few days of taking Norco as prescribed. I went and dropped for an instant and even though id been taking it all day before it was negative……. I a ow really worried I failed. Not saying you are just how you typed it it deffinately sounds like it.
Drug testing is not over once you are in the military
Thanks so much …. Nov 12th I had hair drug test and urine. Should I buy an otc drug test or can the dr look specifically for it in a UA? However, most 5 or 10 panel drug screens do not screen for hydrocodone. I really want to go to school to be a Pharmacy Tech but am scared that after all the schooling I will not be able to be employed with the medication I am prescribed. The DOT test generally screens for 5 classes of drugs: