Does Percocet And Vicodin Show Up The Same On A Five Panel Swab Drug Test?

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Amie Says:
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My dad is on probation, and has to take a swab test today. He is prescribed vicodin, but he messed up and took a few old percocets not thinking because he can barely see or read

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Big dog 123 Says:
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I have a prescription for norco 7.5. I know that's hydrocodone. I took 3 Percocet 5 mg. I am on probation and have to go in this Wednesday not sure if they will drug test me. I was in so much pain and couldn't get to my dr for a refill/no insurance so my sister had a script for Percocet, I took a few.
How would the test come up if they do test me?

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Kris Says:

Hello all the drugs you mentioned are opiates and will show up as just opiates. Not just a specific hydrocodone will show up as hydrocodone it will show up as an opiate. So you will be fine!

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Kat Says:

If the test is a simple one...not sent to lab, you are fine. It will just show up as opiates.

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john Says:
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That sucks because one is a hydrocodone and one is oxycodone yes theirs a differance im sorry

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SecretAsianMan Says:

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Yes (AS JOHN SAID) they are definitely different. They can also tell the difference between SYNTHETIC(MANMADE) opiates and regular opiates. They just manipulate the molecular structure in some cases and make a synthetic molecule that is 100x stronger than the original. They have very sensitive equipment that can tell the difference. Better to be safe, not sorry.

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