What Non Prescribed Drugs Can Show Up As A False Positive For Hydrocodone

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Fire woman Says:


I never take hydrocodone, but am prescribed oxycodone and oxycontin....I had a headache on Sunday and took a couple of 10 mg hydrocodones and found out I am having a urine test on Wednesday. Do I need to be worried?



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kava Says:
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Sorry you didn't get a response. I would have told you to try and delay the test. Did you pass?

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