What Does Opana Er Show Up As On A Urine Test

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zoie Says:
I took a 20mg opana er yesterday morning and have to do a drug test today. I need to know what it will show up as?

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Verwon Says:
Opana contains the active ingredient Oxymorphone, which is a narcotic opiate and should be detected as such on a drug test.

Depending on the type of test they do, they will either just show the presence of an opiate, or they can determine the specific one that you took.


However, if you have a prescription, there is no need to worry, just inform them of that, when you go in for testing.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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MisticalRed Says:
So what exactly does the opana, or oxymorophone show up as in a urine test? It is an in office "cup" urine test. I am prescribed oxycodone but not opan/oxymorophone. I took an opana. Now I am worried. Im not sure what it will show as. Will it show as oxycodone, morahpine, both, or something completley different. Im not sure the cup test have a specific line for oxymorophone. Your answer is greatly appriciated. Also do you know how long the oxymorophone stays in your system, to be detected by a urine test?

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Gran Says:
What kind of effect does a drug called opana have on a 15 wk fetus

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justiceSeeker Says:
I seriously hope you are joking. You are a sick individual if you are pregnant and taking narcotics. If you keep it up, your baby will be addicted and have to be weaned off. Why the hell would you do that to a child that didn't ask to be conceived, didn't have a choice whether to take drugs, and certainly didn't pick its mother. Please, seriously consider getting some psychological help because you are definitely sick.

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leslita Says:
Damn justiceseeker F*** she might not have know she was pregnant did u think of that before jumping down her throat

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momof3 Says:
Wtf! Are you serious?!!! If your that fckd up your taking opana pregnant. Why are you even pregnant?!!! Why do that to a baby? Why risk having a child that can be born with severe birth defects and have to suffer/struggle threw life because your a selfish junkie!!!

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quick to judge Says:
This is not true at all my dr. Prescribed me opiates while I was pregnant. Do the research people. My child did not have to be winged off anything. I took them as prescribed. oxymorphone 15mg every 12 hours. Your baby will be fine. It seems people are in a hurry to judge not even knowing your circumstance. Good luck and congratulations.

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brit Says:
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It is safe they give them to pregnant women

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matt Says:
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Your a junkie too m.fu..er or you wouldn't be on this sight and homies right the girl may not have known she was pregnant and quite possibly asking for help and has already made the choice to quit!

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missy d Says:
I take prescription opana er 40 mg and when urine tested it didn't come up under opiate they said it had to be sent out to lab why didn't it show up and will it on the lab test

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just wnna know Says:
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If ur doctor sent u for a urine test for oxycodone only but he gave u opana and oxycodone but u only took ur opana would u test positive for oxycodone still even if you didn't took any oxys but u took opana.

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Tessa Says:
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Just think how it feels for u to DT. That's what your baby is going to feel. You should not be having babies use birth control if you are a drug addict. Your selfish person and only pleasing yourself hope you are not like that as a mother. GOD BLESS YOUR BABY!

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confused Says:
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I take oxymorphone hcl er 10mg. I went for My monthly pain management appointment and took a ua and it came back positive for oxycodone and he said that it was right. So the following month i went in for My appointment and this time i seen My regular Dr and she gave me a ua and it came back positive for oxycodone Just like last month but she said that i shouldnt be positive for oxycodone and accused me of taking meds that i wasnt prescribed. I didnt take anything but What i was prescribed. But of course she acted like i was lying. I told her the other Dr said that it was normal to test positive for oxycodone even though i take oxymorphone because oxymorphone is a derivative of oxycodone. She said that the other Dr was wrong. So i called the pharmacy at the hospital and asked them and they said that u could test positive for oxycodone even though u take oxymorphone. If anyone has had this happen to them please let me know or if anyone has any information on this please let me know. Thanks.

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michelle Says:
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Ok.while taking anything while pregnant is always looked at as a big no no..so.e peopledont stop to think of the ones that have been on medications for very serious..needed or legit reasons. Take a minute before taking judgement in another. Issued to be one of those justice be right tellers until it happened to me. I wwos s injured at work and thought it was a simple tthing that need up to be lifetime. I jad what I thought nothing to worry about cause I had already had my children so was at the worstworried about how I would act on meds. Well 6 yrs later after divorce and remarry he wanted a child!! So after research I learned that after so long on a certain medication withdrawal is insane to think of going through so to think of putting a child through it is horrific. Well to those out there who judge the doctor chose to not take me off of the medication because of the reasons that put me on it and so from there I went to a high risk doctor and did weekly ultrasounds and a in home nurse as well as a regular ob. While it seems like alot..you do what is best for your kids and with support and great prenatal care while on meds I had 2 very healthy children. Do I always agree with everything everyone says is the reason they do what they do..no!! But for me it was the best decision of the doctor...sooo to those out there that think opiates is ok to take during pregnancy..no I still dont agree I was scared everyday but I hope this story helps someone somewhere

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DrPhdInFamMed Says:
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Sorry "quick to judge" but you definitely have been misinformed. If Opana is taken during while being pregnant consistently your unborn child will also be addicted to it as well. After the child is born he/she will have to have it in their system as they are sadly addicted to it as well as the mother and WILL ABSOLUTELY have to be weaned off the opiate or suffer from withdrawal just like any adult would. After giving birth he/she will be given Morphine to suppress the withdrawal symptoms and in turn will slowly be weaned off the Morphine given to them through an IV. Also, I hate to tell you but afterwards Child Protective Services will be contacted to handle that situation. I see this all the time sadly in my profession. The poor babies never had a choice in the matter of abusing drugs nor asking to be born into instantly being an addict. Watching a baby go through withdraw symptoms is terrible to say the least. Especially when the Mother knows what she's been doing and thinks that the baby won't be addicted so she doesn't inform the Dr. about it and the baby has to suffer from WD's until the Dr. runs tests to see what the issue is. This is why now we automatically drug screen the Mothers before delivery. Some of these people up here are so clueless and should really start using birth control or practice abstinence. As some do not deserve such a precious gift to abuse the child before birth and afterwards as well. People can be so selfish. SMH -----

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DrPhdInFamMed Says:
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If she didn't know she was pregnant she should have been taking precautions while taking the medication anyways to start off with to prevent any pregnancy and if she decided to have a baby she should take all necessary action to wean herself off of the medication before conception.!

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DrPhdInFamMed Says:
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well if you used it in any other way than prescribed that's probably why it didn't show up just saying! the chemical make up of opana if misused will not show up in a typical urine test. if taken correctly unless you run out 3 to 4 days before you're supposed to it has had enough time to get out of your system to where is you take a urine test it will come up negative for opiates. Not saying that you abuse your medication or anything just trying to give you a little insight on the drug.

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Worry Wart Says:
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Im just curious...is this true? Does oxymorphone have to be specifically tested for such as methadone or suboxin? Took one myself...know im coming up a drug screen, will i fail for oxycodone? Or no?

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Jessica Says:
i was prescribed morphine & Loratab. and at one point even oxycodone while i was pregnant due to falling and compressing my spine my child was perfectly healthy perfectly fine one of the smartest babys I've ever seen. here he is coming up on 5 yrs old still the smartest kid i know. people just need to focus on there own s*** and stop thinking their opinions matter on someone else's life. oh how the world would be if people would just do that.

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Seeking Advice Says:
My husband just failed for opana, it was what was wrote on the paper the doctor gave him, which he has never taken, he is prescribed oxycodone, they said he would not be receiving his medication anymore for his back, what can make him fail it like this. He just started going to the doctor for is back, we had just moved to another state last year, he has been without his medication for a year till we could get him into the doctor here and he was able to get his medication he was on in his previous state, he would not mess it up like this. He never failed a drug test at his previous doctor and was on oxycodone for years. I saw you had posted you failed for oxycodone taking oxymorphone, can it do it the other way around, is there over the counter medication that can cause this? He needs his medication to help him get through the day, he doesn't over take his medication I know because we keep count of them everyday. He doesn't do any other drugs besides stuff like ibuprofen or BC powders for headaches, medications for allergies, etc. We need to know what to do because this new doctor won't prescribe his medication and when he goes in Friday to talk to him he probably won't believe him that he isn't taking them especially being a new patient here.

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