Oxycodone Hair Drug Test (Thread 285852)
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jasmine Says:

I took three oxycodone pills 3 weeks ago and I had a hair test done today. Will it show on the test?

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Melissa Says:
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I used heroin 1 time and have a hair test in 1 month will I fail

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Cotton Says:
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I did pass but I'm prescribed oxycodone. The only thing that was a minot setback was oxymorphone popped up as well but that is normal with people who regularly take oxycodone so don't let the court say u failed. Get a written state mentioned from the lab.

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David Gonzalez Says:
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I hope this person who took this hair test can get back on here and let us know if they passed. Today is the 19th ofApril. May 28th I'm headed down south to work in the Oilfield..The company that I will work for hopefully " will do a hair follicle test. This past week I've taken 2 perk 10s everyday so I don't die at my construction sight because of the pain I'm in...Now for the time from tonight till I get that test done hopefully June 1st...Do you think it will be out of my hair...? And bye they will have to take it from my Armpit hair because I'm bald. Would that make a difference in what's showed? Please...If you know anything at all...Let me know if you have any answers!!!? Thanks alot

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Breezy Says:

Did you pass it? I'm in about the same situation and in a custody battle.

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Crazylady Says:
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On a 9 panel extended opiate hair follicle test will oxycodone and oxycontin both show up the same

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Expomed Says:

The only way it would show up is if the lab did a Hair 5 Panel Drug Test with Extended Opiates. A hair drug test is meant to show consistent use over time. The Oxy is in the Extended Opiate part of the test. A 1.5 inch sample, cut at the scalp line, will go back 90 days. Usually an employer will only do the Hair 5 Panel Drug Test, plus, 3 oxy pills is not enough for it to show up. I don't think I would lose any sleep over it.

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