How Long Does Soma Stay In Your Urine

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ceeps Says:
How long does Soma stay in your urine?? My dr's office has a new machine that can detect ANYTHING even o.t.c meds.. I'm not suspose to be taking the soma anymore but its the only thing that helps me with my nerves & pain!! Also..does anyone know if it is a "controled substance" now?? I know whn I WAS perscribed to Soma..they was NOT controlled!!???

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Miss Feelngood Says:
CEEPS: As with any drug, the amount you consume depends on the time it will be in your system. I am prescribed to SOMA and know for a fact that it is now considered a controlled substance. Anything you have to show a photo ID for at the pharmacy is also. This is just a guess, but I would think it takes 3-4 days to get out of your system. The good news is that Soma, along with a few other drugs have to be specifically tested for. 5, 7, 10, and 12 panel tests don't test for them. The other drugs that have specific tests are Suboxone and Seroquil, that I'm personally aware of. I hope this helps answer your question.

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mr Crocket Says:
Hey ceeps I took somas the morning of a urine test and had been taking them. I was given a 10 or 12 panel test for my job and they did not show up at all. They are considered a muscle relaxer and anti-inflammatory which do not show

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that one Says:
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So your saying soma don't show up? Well what about drops for a PO?

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Popp Says:
Soma is, indeed, a schedule IV controlled substance now. It didn't used to be, but has been since Jan 12, 2012 when the DEA changed the classification nationwide. Prior to that, some states already had it as a controlled substance. It was changed because of the high potential for abuse and addiction.

As for the tests? Soma is a muscle relaxant, but it also acts as a mild analgesic, too. The whole reason it's now a controlled substance is because it became a popular drug that wasn't found on the standard drug screens. If your doctor doesn't want you taking them...but you're still having issues with nerves or pain... tell the doctor and work together to find another option. I'm not so sure that Soma is an effective medication for nerves OR pain. It's meant to relax muscles. There are many, many other medications out there that can probably address to the problem. If your doctor isn't willing, I suggest finding a doctor who specializes in pain management who is willing to help you. As a side note, if your doctor wants to find out if you've been taking the Soma when you shouldn't, he'll find out... there are tests that look for it specifically, and he may very well order it based on your history. There are plenty of tests that will show it, if they're looking for it. I wouldn't be surprised if it is added to that standard narcotic panels in the future.

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Nuwali Says:
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Just answer the question. The last thing a addict needs is a on line intervention from people who think their helping. It's untraceable after a day in urine depending on metabolism and fat. So someone around 190lbs and 15% body fat, recreational use, would be clean under 24 hours. If you wana help, be a friend first. Then try helping. I had to hit rock bottom, on world wide live TV.

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Eddy Says:
I think I saw you on TV once?

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sara Says:
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yes it is controlled I take them you could check on the label of the prescription bottle in the corner with the numbers of the prescription is you will see a C before the numbers next to the numbers where the Rx is

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EDDY Says:
I don't see a C?

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Popp Says:
This isn't necessarily true. That "C" may appear on the labels for prescriptions filled in the specific states that have labeling requirements like that, and sometimes nationally (in the US) as a matter of corporate labeling practice for some of the national drug stores/pharmacies.

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EDDY Says:
Why does the Norco have an H before the RX #?

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Popp Says:
Eddy, you'd need to call the pharmacy that printed the label and ask them. Every state and pharmacy is different in how they label things outside of federal requirements. For example, for medications filled at a Wal-Mart (in California) if you still have refills remaining, there will be an asterisk right in front of the Rx#. For example Rx# *1234567 -- but if there are no refills left, there will be no asterisk. this won't be true, for example, if you get your prescriptions from RiteAid. They don't use the asterisk notation. So symbols and letters may just be a pharmacy specific notation or shorthand. You really need to call them and ask.

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Mrs Griff Says:
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I have to take a urine test at the suboxone clinic. I'm on somas. Not sure if it is a 10 or 12 panel. I don't want to lose my suboxone. Help me....

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tina Says:
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Straight to the point! Thank you!!!!!

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Roll Tide Says:
I go to a pain management doctor once a month who prescribes me Norco, Soma and Tramadol. He also does a urine test every month for those 3 drugs. There have been times that I've ran out a couple of days before my appointment and they've always shown up in the test after 1 year of having a test every month. I don't know if this helps. It's just my situation.

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T Says:
Thanks for the help trying to find out bc my PO uses a 17 panel which somas do show up on on!!!

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