Urine Test Urine test for opiates

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  1. anabolictrio

    anabolictrio Newbie

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    Hi,
    I would like to know if there is a single drug test for all the opiates or if every opiates metabolites should be searched.

    moreover I would like to know if there is any difference between the time of elimination for every opiates (codeine,thebaine,heroin,morphine...),or if everyone is eliminated in 3-4 days like heroin.
     
  2. H Bomber

    H Bomber Titanium Member

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    Tests are usually broken up. I have some 10 panel urine tests, and they have 3 separate panels related to opioids. MOR is for morphine based opioids, OXY is for the more semi-synthetic opioids, and PPX is for propoxyphene, or the completely synthetic, bullshit 'opioids'. His tests do not have a buprenorphine panel, nor does it come up under any of the other panels, and to the best of his knowledge no other partial agonists or mixed agonist/antagonists do either. Also, for some reason DXM can result in a positive test result under the OXY panel. He is unclear about tramadol but suspects it would result in a positive reading under the PPX panel.
     
  3. Rightnow289

    Rightnow289 Palladium Member

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    They search for morphine and methadone at pacmans clinic normally. Might be able to find a picture. They test for benzos, methadone, morphine, cocaine and amphetamines,

    Here is a pic:

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    Having just looked at those though it seems that they always differ. There were some that tested for thc, MDMA and methamphetamine. Guess it depends where You are from. He is pretty sure that they always test for morphine when looking for heroin though
     

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    H Bomber Titanium Member

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    That is 100% correct, they do always test for heroin by using the morphine panel. SWIM also thinks it is safe to assume that on a smaller test (5 panels or less) the generic term 'opioids' would most certaintly mean morphine.
     
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    Opioids show up on a differnent panel at pacmans clinic. This is to ensure that they are taking their medication. There is a panel for morphine and also a panel for methadone