Answer: they both fall under the category "benzodiazepines" which is a category on most drug tests, but a lab can easily figure out what drug triggered the benzodiazepine reaction. most drug test will be testing for the ingredients of the benzodiazepines, not the drug it came from. a much more advance and expensive test would be required to determine if it came from xanax, koltipin or Valium because they are all benzodiazepines. This came from a doctor.
Answer: If you do not have a prescription for the percocet then yes, it is bad. It will show up as opiates until it is sent to a lab for further more detailed testing, where it will them show up as percocet.
Answer: In most drug tests, they are looking for opiates, benzodiazapenes, amphetamines, THC (pot), and PCP.
Singular does not fall into any of those drug categories, so it would not show up in a test. However, when taking a drug test, be sure to disclose all of your home medications to your doctor or employer or whomever is giving you the drug test in case it would come up in question.
Answer: loratab is Hydrocodone and may not cause a positive result in a standard opiate drug test. Many opiate test look only for morphine. Hydrocodone breaks down into hydromorphone but many dt will detect loratab. Also hydrocodone its part of expanded tests like 12 panel (expanded test includes 5 basic drug classes plus combination of 3, 4,5, etc.. classes like Hydrocodone, Benzodiazepines, Ecstasy,etc..)
Answer: Any local laboratory or major hospital (but many mailed a specimen to another lab and test will cost allot) also you can order on-line a home drug test kit or you can look at any pharmacy for a urine home test kit.
Answer: It depends on what information is needed. Hair tests can give a longer history of drug use than urine or blood. Urine tests can detect certain substances from anywhere to several hours or up to a month after use. Blood tests show what substances are currently active in the bloodstream and in what amount.
Also, there are many types of urine drug tests, some more accurate than others. Most of the urine tests that are used for employment and for law enforcement (including court officer testing) have a a larger margin for false negative and false positive than is common knowledge.
This is extremely difficult to do, as dye is placed in all the toilets, and someone goes in with you (outside of the stall) to monitor that all is above board. The temperature of the urine is measured too.
Answer: Because a hair toxicology can go back three to six months, when a urine cannot. Because the chemicals(drugs)can stay in your hair that long, and they can take it from anywhere on your body, but usually your head. Believe me I had several
Answer: If you had a prescription for it, then take it with you and just tell them that you have it in your system. As long as you have a prescription and can prove it at the time of your test, you should be fine.
Answer: No it will not be shown up on a STANDARD DRUG screening. Suboxone is buprenorphine with naloxone/ Subutex is just buprenorphine. Suboxone is a semisynthetic narcotic analgesic that is derived from thebaine and is administered in the form of its hydrochloride C 29 H 41 No 4 HCL. Suboxone is used to treat opioid dependence which includes heroin and narcotic pain relievers. Buprenorphine is in the class of medications called opioid partial agonist-antagonists, and naloxone is in a class of medications called opioid antagonists. The only way they can find buprenorphine(subutex or suboxone) in your urine is if they specifically test for it, or if they finally came out with a high panel drug test that includes it, but I have not heard of one yet. Also if they suspect your urine is adultered or you say you have a false positive, and they send it to the lab, they will detect suboxone or buprenorphine in your urine.