Answer: Depends on what drug you took, for example benzodiazepines (Ativan, Klonopin, Xanax, Valium ect..) WILL show up on a basic drug screen. I recommend asking what they are testing for so then you know in advance, the basics include THC, Benzodiazepines, Opiates (percocets, heroin, morphine) and cocaine.
NO it will not show as an opiate, it is classified as a non opiate opiate, meaning it works and acts like one but is not technically an opiate. and i have been on them the past few months and i get drug tests 2x per week and outpatient rehab and it NEVER comes up so you are safe with those.
Answer: No, Suboxone is a synthetic opiod drug and does not produce the same metabolites that oxycodone does. A standard drug screen for opiates will come up positive after oxycodone use, it will not after Suboxone use. Suboxone needs to be specifically tested for.
Answer: Absolutely not. Suboxone is not an opiate and definitely contains no Hydrocodone. If you are taking Suboxone and Hydrocodone showed up in your urinalysis results, then you have to look at past use as the cause.
Answer: I dont know for sure but i say no im on suboxone daily and i know it doesnt show up for urine screens
Added: Depending on the type of test they are running it can show up as an opiod (like morphine, codeine, ect) due to the buprenophine in the medication. Also, depending on what dose you are taking it can also show up in a urine test and the drug is somewhat eliminated through your kidneys.
Answer: It does not show up on a typical drug screen because it is NOT an opiate or any other class of controlled substance. Meclizine is an antihistamine used to treat or prevent nausea, vomiting, and dizziness caused by motion sickness.
Answer: Maybe, but even if Atripla showed up on a drug test, as long asthere is a valid medical reason to take it (HIV infection), thenthere should be no problem. This is not a drug used forrecreational purposes.