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    9livezz is offline Junior Member
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    Default Does suboxone show up in a dot urine screen?

    New to the site. I have a screen on Friday. I take 1/2 of sub8-2mgs. Thanks in advance

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    nohopeium is offline Member
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    I have recently PASSED a five panel drug test at a lab in th UK,
    while daily taking prescribed SUBUTEX.

    It was a oral fluid test.

    I had to keep the thing in my mouth for 5 min, then it got put into a small tube with some solution in it. then the tube got inserted into some electronic gadget for ten minutes until it beeped.

    Tested for AMPHETAMINE, COCAINE, OPIUM, CANNABIS, BARBS.

    my guess is sub doesn't get broke down into morphine like heroin and codiene do, so its chemically similar, but not close enough.

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    I believe the metabolites are specific to buprenorphine, doesn't break into codeine and morphine. Google will give the answers.

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    Scout is offline Senior Member
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    At my place of employment, we use a 9 panel and bupe does not show up on that test. To test for bupe, we use a test that specifically test for just bupe.

    Scout

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    suboxdrone is offline Member
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    no, it does not.
    however, if they were to test specifically for bupe, yes.

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