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Forum Name: Pharmacy & Drug Topics
Question: Drug test
|Renae - Wed Apr 27, 2005 5:15 pm|
I have had a migraine for the past week and my doctor has tried Imitrex and Frova. The Imitrex caused severe chest tightness and then I passed out. Then my docotr tried Frova and I had similar symptoms but I did not pass out. Finally, I was in so much pain I decided to just take some pills that I had from a previous injury. I took a Darvocet and when that didn't help I took an Ultram. I know that I shouldn't self medicate but my head really hurts. Anyway, I have to take a random drug screen at work and was wondering if these would show up on the screen. I have prescriptions for them both but I don't really want them knowing my business.
If anyone can help I would really, really appreciate it. :(
|Theresa Jones, RN - Wed Apr 27, 2005 6:04 pm|
It's certainly not an impossibility that these drugs would show up on a drug screen if it were taken within approximately 3 days of administration (generally speaking).
|Dr. Tamer Fouad - Thu Apr 28, 2005 2:09 am|
Darvocet is a narcotic analgesic and may show in some (comprehensive) drug screens as far as I know.
|krsmas - Wed Mar 10, 2010 3:25 pm|
i have been prescriped alot of different pain meds to help with my back and recently i i acsidentally took some of my old morphine. i am on a contract with my doc and need to take a drug screen before i can get my new script. how long can morphine stay in my body and show up on a drug screen? can ne one help me? and is there a difference between liquid morphine taken oraly and the pill form taken oraly?
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