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CAN OXYCODONE AND MARIJUANA BE PRESCRIBED BY THE SAME DOCTOR AT THE SAME TIME?
if oxycodone was takin 2 hours before random drug test that is sent to labs....would lab detect the oxycodone in urine that soon
Hi and thanks for this query.
Yes, it would be able to identify this drug in the urine test.
Hope it helps.
I wish you well.
Dr. Ditah, MD
I take either hydrocodone 5-500 or oxycodone 5 mgs. At bedtime for pain and I forgot I took the oxycodone and about an hour later I took the hydrocodone. Any p
They are both opiates therefore can be mixed but never in large doses. Many Doctor prescribe hydrocodone to act as a booster to time release oxycodone. You should always take you medication as prescribed by your physician. If you develop shallow breathing,extreme fatigue,vomiting,small pupils you should report immediately to your doctor which are symptoms of overdose and its very dangerous. Regar
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