Morphine And Norcos..can Urine Drug Tests Tell The Difference?
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justme Says:
i took a morphine 100mg but im only prescribed norcos..will it show the difference? if do i clean it out by monday b4 6p.m?

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Jenny Says:
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I have. A prescription for Vicodin and I get from a friend morphine. The dr wants me to start going to pain management. If they do a pee test will they know I'm taking morphine if I only tell them I'm taking the prescribed Vicodin? If so what can I take to ge the morphine out of my system.// please help with serious replies only. Thank you

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billy Says:
does morphine show up the same as heroin on drug test

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baddidea3 Says:
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Need to take pain med but out of my norco 10'mg. Will a morphine show up in ua in the next day @ dr. Appt. Ua?

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Verwon Says:
Yes, there is a very good chance that the test will detect that you took something other than what you have been prescribed. Although they are both narcotics, most of these tests look for the specific metabolites of each medication.

As to cleaning out, there is no guaranteed sure-fire way to do that, however, you might be able to improve your chances by increasing your activity levels and fluid intake.



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