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Oxycodone and drug tests.

So I have an oxycodone problem/addiction. The past month or so I've been teeter toddle ring between using an not.. I really want to stop completely and have recently been attending NA. I have substantially reduced for this binge to about 15-25 a day/ at a time. For the purposes of this question lets assume I've been dosing this way for 2 weeks consecutively. How long will it take me to pass the drug test? Keep in mind that oxycodone and potentially hydrocodone are the only drugs in my system. Btw, the drug test isn't for anything serious like court or probation.. I'm thinking about applying for new jobs.
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Assuming you can get completely drug free, the opiates you have mentioned will be out of your urine in about 4 days. Good luck.
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Well most opiates stay in your system for up to 7-8 days at most. And if the drug test isn't anything too serious you can fake it or something. I was on probation and found that drinking water until your urine is clear for a whole will trick your body into just flushing the water out with out going through the kidneys. But in regards to your addiction(should I call it?) you can't go through life taking pills. I'm 21 and have been addicted since I was 16. I see your screen name says 94 so I'm assuming your 18 or so. Trust me, taking opiates is fun but leads to a very very dark place. I'm day 5 clean an feel a lot better. I really want to kick this life destroying disease. But if your not fully addicted in advise you to stop while the withdrawals aren't in the picture. The w/ds suck trust me but after day 3 you will get better and better and so forth. But it's really not worth it. That 6-8 hour high just isn't worth it! Dot be dumb like me, quit while your ahead!
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