Urine Drug Screening

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Melody Says:


My doctor wants a urine sample as i am prescribed a large amount of percocets each month. I smoked some pot for the first time in a long time, but im pretty sure it will show up so my boyfriend is going to supply the pee for me. Hes on the same pain pills, just not as many as me, but hes also prescribed xanax twice a day. I'm worried about the xanax levels being too high and the oxycodone levels too low. Does anybody know how throughly a st. john lab will test a urine sample?



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ZeZee Says:

Unless you are a boy too it will be useless to have your boyfriend do your drug test. You sex can be determined by different chemicals in our bodies.

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David Says:

@Melody,

I have to agree ZeZee on this one. Labs these days can detect this sort of thing. Especially if your boyfriend is on xanax too, then that is just another obstacle in your way. Considering the circumstances, it may be best to just own up to using cannabis. It's legal in a number of states and other countries, such as Canada, where it is not seen in the same light as other drugs, because of it's natural medicinal uses.

If it's illegal in the state you reside in, then you may even want to reschedule that appointment with your doctor until you can be sure that it's out of your system.

Just throwing some suggestions out there. I hope this helps!

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mary Says:
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If I took a 1/4 of a pain pill the night before my pre-employment drug test will it show up

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