It will show up as an opiate, but once positive, then they will confirm the exact drug.
So... dont go treat roughly both and not think you will get caught...
You user you... lol
Yes these show up as the same thing as they are both contained by the narcotic catergory. Urine drug screens do not label individual drugs but group them into 5-6 crucial catergorys. Hope this helps
One word for you-Rehab.
Yes, they show up equal. If you do not have the drug prescribed to you then stay away from them.
They are considered crooked, if it is not your prescription. It is an addictive pain medication. Yes, you will get can from your job if you are doing drugs. Get clean!
I am absolutely amazed at how clueless people are when it comes to opioid and opiate medication.
While it is true that Hydrocodone and Oxycodone are both Opioids, it is not true that they will show the same result from a urine test.
UA (Urinalysis) question paper for the drug itself and for the metabolite, which is an enzyme that the body uses to break down the drug.
The metabolite for Oxycodone is Oxymorphone
and the Metabolite for Hydrocodone is Hydromorphone. Of course there are others but these are the main ones.
What most Basic UA do trial for is Morphine which is what Morphine, Heroin, Codeine, Etc. are broken down into. Hydrocodone and Oxycodone are not converted into morphine in the body.
Most basic UA do not try-out for these substances as they require more sophisticated testing such as a GC/MS (Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry ) However, if you are on probation, parole or receiving a tryout from your medical practitioners office or a Government entity then it is importantly probable that they will test for Hydrocodone and Oxycodone and most other substances of abuse. Source(s): BS Biology / NR Paramedic Trained surrounded by Pharmacology
Likely, they'll both show up as opiates.
It depends on how "sophisticated" the testing is.
Yes it do because it still a drug know better if the doctor gave it to you.
Hogle29 is correct. Initial screening will be positive for opiates as a broad category. Confirmation by GCMS, if it is done, will distinguish hydrocodone as hydromorphone and oxycodone as oxymorphone.
If this is a five drug panel as for a DOT or other exam the test will be negative for both because the five panel does NOT include test for semisynthetic opiates and the confirmation test will be negative. The five panel which is the most commonly done assessment ONLY tests for codeine and morphine in the narcotic class. Source(s): MD/Medical Review Officer
Don't know, but as long as you have a valid R/X don't worry almost it.