Can Nubain Show Positive For Oxycodone In A Drug Screen?

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I was given a nubain shot at the hospital and I tested positive for oxycodone, but have not taken anything other than that shot, antibiotics and the norco 7.5 prescribed to me.




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MichelleCRNP Says:
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Yes. It will make the OXY pos. Nalbuphine takes approximately 10 days to metabolize and leave your system. However, since it is metabolized in the liver, the less fatty foods you eat and the more water you drink the better.

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