Does A 5 Panel Drug Screen Test For Opana

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Does a 5 Panel urine Drug Screen test for Opana also how long does a 15 mg pill show up if snorted? Did one 15 mg pill on Friday and took the urine test on Tuesday late afternoon today. What you guys think??? If it matters this was done at a labcorp also. Thanks for any positive responses..

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Wardoc04 Says:
5 panel urine drug screens do check for opiates. Opiates, as a rule, remain detectable for 72 to 96 hours. So, you are possibly okay....possibly not. Sorry I can't completely lay your fears to rest. P.S. You really shouldn't be using opiates without a script and medical oversight. Especially one so strong.

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