Does Percocet Show Up Different Then Oxycodone In Urine Test

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Hi folks i have been taking 30 mg oxys and have to go to a new dr and i ran out early do to pain can i take percs and pass the urine test ty




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zandra Says:

Yes as long as your prescribed the other. Good luck

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misti Says:
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Will roxies and ops show up diff on a drug test

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See zee Says:
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Does 2 different kind of Percocet generic show different on drug screen for example I am prescribed percocet generic and I took another brand of percocet generic will that show on a drug screen.

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GuyInNEEDhelp Says:
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Hi whatever happened with this? Your generic meds and then you taking a different generic? Did you get caught? Or did you get by with it?

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