12 Panel Lab Drug Test Subs?!

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NeedQuickHelpPlease! Says:
Hello. I've been taking subs the past few days and have a 12 panel lab drug test coming up. This is not for P.O or a job, just because my mother is worried because my brother is currently in rehab. (For nothing specific, I.E not just heroin so she has no reason to say He is a opiate patient or opiates are his drug of choice.)

I've been taking these subs without a doctor's note and I will be evicted if I'm found dirty.

I have no other drugs in my system. So my question is very simple (Although after much research I feel I already know the answer: Which would be it depends on the type of test they use and if they SPECIFICALLY test for bup.)

-- Do you feel I will be found dirty for bup? Do you feel they will test for this *WITHOUT ANY REAL REASON TO? (I have never even been caught with a goddamn painkiller; however, my brother has.)

Please respond quickly, as the test will be today and came out of nowhere. Hence, the reason I cannot simply get clean with 4-5 days.

... I am SO worried right now. Ahhh! Help please!!

Thank you for your time. : (

BTW - I live in Dearborn, Michigan. If that helps to narrow down what lab they will be using.

BTW BTW - My mother's insurance is covering this with a $10 Co-Pay, if that helps narrow it down a bit.


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Verwon Says:
No, none of the information really helps narrow it down, I am sorry.

However, yes, if you have been taking it recently, then it will show up as an opiate, because Buprenorphine is a narcotic. The type of test really does not matter, uring, blood, etc. since you have been actively taking it recently, it will be detected.

That said, unless they run a test to show specific opiates, they will not know which one, but with a 12 panel, they probably do and it will show them exactly what you have been taking.

Very sorry to hear this, but this is a very dangerous substance to be using without a doctor's supervision.


Have you tried discussing this with your mother?

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