Vicodin Es 7.5/750 Dui Blood Test

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Philip Says:

How long does the Opiate in Vicodin ES 7.5 /750 last in your blood stream

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Bruce Says:

The opiate in Hydrocodone will say in your system 72 hours. It would be wise to give it another day on top of that to be sure. Of course all this depends of what type of U/A you are being suggested to. There are the U/A's that test for the everyday drugs and of course they can test your hair which could show drug use as long a 6 months or more. GOOD LUCK

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Bruce Says:

72 hours depending on the type of drug test they use.

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Verwon Says:

For a blood test, the time for opiates to show is actually very short, it is only detectable for 6 to 12 hours, though this can vary a little, depending on how long you have been taking and how much you have been taking.

The Hydrocodone in this, which is coupled with Acetaminophen, is a narcotic opiate and will be detected as such.

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