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If someone took oxycodine and was drug tested, would it show up as drugs? What is it exactly?

(And is it normally to vomit, feel loopy/out of it, etc. when used?)

This is not me, btw. The most I've ever done is had a Smirnoff.

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I am familiar with drugs (not from taking them, but I work as a medical transcriptionist). Oxycodone is definitely a narcotic, so yes indeed it would show up on drug tests.

Here is some information for you:
http://www.rxlist.com/drugs/mono-527...Oxycodone+Oral

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I think it is percocet. I was given them for a kidney stone but I thought they were spelled "Oxycodone". Not sure about weather or not they'd show up on a drug test.

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I am familiar with drugs (not from taking them, but I work as a medical transcriptionist). Oxycodone is definitely a narcotic, so yes indeed it would show up on drug tests.

Here is some information for you:
http://www.rxlist.com/drugs/mono-527...Oxycodone+Oral

Hope that helps!
Thank you!!! (It's not for me, either, but I needed the info.)

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Yes, it will show up, and yes, many people take it to get high (loopy/out of it).

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Its a major narcotic used to ease the pain of cancer, I believe.
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As above.

It's the narcotic found in Percocet. We use it commonly for post surgical pain.

Definitely makes you have mental status changes, particularly if you aren't used to taking narcotics.

I'm sorry, I don't know how long it would take to clear so that you could pass a drug test. If you can show that you were taking it under a doctor's prescription, however, they certainly ought to take that into account. The test would be positive for 'narcotics' and so they wouldn't be able to tell that percocet was the ONLY thing you'd been using. So they might want a retest after you were no longer using it.
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They sell it on the street as well, I know this 'cause I work at a bar and i had this guy come up and ask if I knew about OC, I said,"the TV Show?" he looked at me like I had 3 heads and walked away.
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Oh gah! It's not me. Definitely not. The strongest thing I've ever taken was Stadol and that was in one labor. LOL

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I know this 'cause I work at a bar and i had this guy come up and ask if I knew about OC, I said,"the TV Show?" he looked at me like I had 3 heads and walked away.
LOL.

it is commonly stolen(or the RX's are stolen or forged) and sold on the streets.
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It is also used for chronic pain patients.

Yup..definately show up in drug tests.

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Oh gah! It's not me. Definitely not. The strongest thing I've ever taken was Stadol and that was in one labor. LOL
Oxycodone is a schedule II, Stadol is a Scedule IV

Stadol is extremely addictive, it is only perscribed for after surgeries or during birth. It has been given to migrane patients but now there is a class action lawsuit involving that as many migrane patients have become addicted.

Just pointing out..stadol is serious meds. Oxycodone is used for chronic pain..stadol is not (except for migranes and that is probably going to stop with this lawsuit)

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The difference being, it (stadol) was prescribed and given to me in the hospital while I was in labor.

The oxycodine was given to the person in question by a friend of his from work. (And the person that took it was stupid enough not to ask what it was, side effects or anything before taking TWO of these pills b/c he was in a lot of pain. Puked 1 1/2hrs later and hoping it was vomited out and not digested completely, but who knows!)

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The difference being, it (stadol) was prescribed and given to me in the hospital while I was in labor.

The oxycodine was given to the person in question by a friend of his from work. (And the person that took it was stupid enough not to ask what it was, side effects or anything before taking TWO of these pills b/c he was in a lot of pain. Puked 1 1/2hrs later and hoping it was vomited out and not digested completely, but who knows!)

OMG!! They just gave it to them!! They didn't even tell them what it was?


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after my last surgery I asked for a mild painkiller like straight tylenol, or maybe xtra strength I got oxycontin. I was high for 2 weeks and so not my self it was strange and I hope to never repeat that experience again.

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I know this is a old post but I am a pain management patient and was doing research on meds and I stumbled across this site. I have 2 boys that were born 3mo premature due to a disease I have. they were 2lb and 3lb. As a mother of delicate babies I researched pregnancy well most pain medication causes nausea, vomiting, depression of cardiac and pulmonary function (your body can forget to breath and slows heart.) adults can correct for this as long a doctor has prescribed dose low enough for you to handle. HOWEVER in infants and unborn babies it is extremely dangerous and all pain medication should only be used under close medical supervision!! baby can forget to breath. In many states newborns are tested for pain medications both legal and otherwise. Mother can have trouble related to endangering a child. This medication is not supposed to be given to a woman if she plans to become pregnant or is breastfeeding.  If a med makes a 100 lb adult feel weird what is it doing to a tiny baby. If you eat it then so is your baby. A good massage is better pain relief and mommas can usually use the baby card to get them. I cant count the number of coworkers who were more than willing to help with a neck knot for a chance to see james dance around  as I am petite so we could easily identify which part was where. as he seemed to love to workout when i was resting. Best of luck to you.

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