How Long Does Carisoprodol Stay In Your Urine

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Updated 3 years ago in Carisoprodol.
Wed, Aug 06 '14, 8:49 AM
how long does it take soma to get out of your system
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how long does it take soma to get out of your system ## Soma contains the active ingredient Carisoprodol, it is a mucle relaxant and is not tested for on standard drug tests. In addition, if you have a prescription for anything, all you have to do is inform them of this, when you go in for the test, though they may want to verify it with your doctor. Are there any questions or comments? ## HOW LONG DOES SOMA STAY IN YOUR SYSTEM? ## i will be taking a urine text for a job in the car buisness and i wanted to know how long valium and soma (if they test for it) will show up in the test ## As I stated in my prior post, as a muscle relaxant, Soma is not something included in the standard urine tests. Valium, however, contains Diazepam, which is a Benzodiazepine and these are actually the more... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Soma.
Sat, Jun 10 '17, 10:00 PM
Soma urine test
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I need to take a drug screen test for my General Dr. and i was wondering how long does soma and adderall stay in your system? Does soma show up in a urine screen? I have a script for both but the Dr that is requesting the screen doesnt understand that i need both to function so i had to go to other Dr. to get the help i needed. ## Soma contains the active ingredient Carisoprodol, which is a muscle relaxant and these substances are not included in the standard drug screens. Adderall, however, contains mixed amphetamine salts and it is usually detectable on urine screens for up to 5 days, after taking it. Are there any other questions? ## Soma doesn't come up on a regular drug test, but the metabolite will come up and the level that it is, if that's what the dr is looking for. ## ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Soma.
Mon, Aug 26 '13, 8:24 PM
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how long would it take for it to leave your system ## I'm assuming you meant to say Carisoprodol, is that correct? Anyhow, from what I was able to gather, it stays in your system for roughly three days max; but nine times out of ten basic drug tests don't test for soma (Carisoprodol). Additional information I found states the following: "Soma itself is eliminated from the body quickly, within a day. However, the metabolite, meprobamate (that soma breaks down into), can take several days to be cleared from the body and can show up in the urine for several days." - if they actually test for it. I hope this information helps! ## I have been taking carisoprodol for about a week, and have 12 days until my urine drug test that will be sent to a lab. is 12 days enough time? tha... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Carisoprodol.
Wed, Oct 19 '16, 7:17 PM

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