The Length Of Time That Oxycodone Stays In Your System For A Urine Test


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Sick Of Misinformation Says:
typically 3-4 days after your last dose for a urine test.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Drugs metabolize differently in our systems. One of the reasons THC(Marijuana) stays in your system as long as it does is because it is fat soluble and adheres to your fat cells, so they(your fat cells) basically excrete it over a longer period of time. This is why exercising extensively, using a sauna, etc, for up to a week before a urinalysis can essentially (potentially) burn off that THC *THIS IS NOT THE CASE FOR OXYCODONE*.

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