Fentanyl is it the same as heroin?
Is fentanyl related to heroin?
Asked by Starr Macclellan 2 years ago.
Fentanyl Citrate also called "China White" is three time more powerful than heroin. This is described as a designer drug. It is used the same way as heroin and has caused a number of deaths among addicts. Answered by Kelley Stoney 2 years ago.
Fentanyl is a stronger version of heroin-for someone who has never taken heroin before this may be too strong for the system. Also it is highly addictive. Hope this helps. Answered by Mui Ogren 2 years ago.
Fentanyl citrate vicodin and drug test?
should I take some asprin before the test? I really did have a horrible toothache and the first thing i will do if I get this job is go to the dentist so if I have asprin in my system it proves I was trying to medicate the pain? It's just asprin was NOT doing enough...
Asked by Zachery Kundla 2 years ago.
I am interviewing for a really really good job and will probably need to do a drug test in about 36 hrs. Now i had a fentanyl citrate lolipop about 4 hours ago and just got told about the interview. I had a toothache and my friend gave me one of these...i also took about 25 mg vicodin 4 days ago. will these show up on a drug test? Are these drugs endangering a job position because they are prescription drugs. Should I tell ahead of time? What are good excuses for taking these, such as I had a toothache and I took it for that. I had some vicodins from a long time ago from the dentist but I dont have the bottle or the prescription. I just don't know the policies on this and I really want this job. They're legal drugs. I just don't have insurance so I got them for a friend, I needed them, so should I say this? What's my best option? Answered by Bernadine Sherrin 2 years ago.
If you take these drugs without a prescription it is illegal. They will show up on a drug test. If you stay clean you have a shot at passing in 3 days, but I would want at least 5 days to be sure. If you don't have a prescription, don't mention the drugs. You are messing with opiates. These drugs are not much different from heroin, especially the fentanyl. They should be taken only under a doctor's orders. Answered by Dorcas Mullineaux 2 years ago.
Yes, they will ALL show up on a drug test. If you have no Rx that will be a big problem. The vicodin is out of your system in 3 days, but the Fentanyl stays in for at least a week. If you say "I needed them, so I got them from a friend" that will make you look worse. Answered by Rosana Marsteller 2 years ago.
They are prescription drugs, and since you obviously didn't have a prescription, you damn well shouldn't have been taking them. If you are honest and tell them you took them, you might have a chance of getting the job. If you don't, and they show up on the test, you'll be screwed. Your best option is to take whatever consequences you get from this, and NEVER TAKE PRESCRIPTION DRUGS SOCIALLY EVER AGAIN! It's called will power, and you wouldn't be in this pickle if you had it. Answered by Roxanna Balch 2 years ago.
don't say a word most pee tests are just looking for pot or coke. Just roll with it. If they ask about prescription drug say yes u did but leave it at that. They will not ask for bottles. Some pee tests are just a way to get people to admit to doing stuff.....look at you now? That's what they want. Answered by Debbie Ammer 2 years ago.
The dentist excuse is the only thing that will work. They can confirm that if they need to. It should just show up as opiates. Be careful with these drugs they can really mess up your life. Answered by Sharleen Betterman 2 years ago.
Yes they will both show up as an opiate> it will take around 4 days to be out of your system. Answered by Rudy Hornish 2 years ago.
take the prescription bottles to the drug test -this will alleve any problems. Answered by Zaida Tripp 2 years ago.
You should be fine just cut your hair short as it is the only place it will be test-able only weed lasts longer in your body because it bonds to your fat cells, 99% of all outher narcotics flust out in 24-48 hours Answered by Imelda Mitchel 2 years ago.
Why do people say that fentanyl (the drug) is dangerous?
The label says "Oral Transmucosal Fentanyl Citrate (OTFC)" followed by a symbol with a "C" with the Latin numeral "II" inside of the "C," with a box underneath that says "equivalent to 1600 mcg fentanyl base".
Asked by Chrystal Olk 2 years ago.
Fentanyl is a narcotic (opiate) more powerful than Morphine. The lollipops you found are probably Actiq. they are given to patients with chronic pain, and the Fentanyl is absorbed through the mucous membranes. If you were to take too many of them you will go to sleep, then into a coma and then stop breathing. Fentanyl is highly addictive. They should have been disposed of when your grandfather died. As far as the law is concerned, you have illegal drugs, since they weren't prescribed to you. I have seen people overdose on narcotics and ask you to please get rid of them and don't mess around with the stuff anymore. Answered by Charleen Mazzacano 2 years ago.
Can say this, I had two shots of it several months ago in the hospital, and it blows away Morphine as far as power, it knocks your socks off for pain relief only down fall is it does not to me at least last to long. Before the Fentanyl I had a shot od Dilaudid and was a very powerful pain med to but Fentanyl was the most powerful i have ever had. Nurse had to get a doctors approval and get it from another level of the hospital. Answered by Enedina Simbeck 2 years ago.
Fentanyl was basically used in surgery as a general anesthetic and is available in a patch form to treat severe, chronic pain. Anyway, for more clarification you may read the full article to know more about this details. Answered by Leonie Murrie 2 years ago.
Actiq lollipops, fentanyl transmucosal, is a very strong narcotic, in fact it can be deadly. The CII means it is a schedule 2 controlled substance. If you get caught with them and do not have a prescription for them, it is a felony. Take them to your local Pharmacy for proper disposal. Do not take them, yes they are super dangerous. Answered by Sang Jump 2 years ago.
Fentanyl citrate and vicodin, will these show up on drug test?
I am interviewing for a really really good job and will probably need to do a drug test in about 36 hrs. Now i had a fentanyl citrate lolipop about 4 hours ago and just got told about the interview. I had a toothache and my friend gave me one of these.because i was in severe pain, and again I had no insurance.i...
Asked by Jaclyn Popwell 2 years ago.
I am interviewing for a really really good job and will probably need to do a drug test in about 36 hrs. Now i had a fentanyl citrate lolipop about 4 hours ago and just got told about the interview. I had a toothache and my friend gave me one of these.because i was in severe pain, and again I had no insurance.i also took about 25 mg vicodin 4 days ago. will these show up on a drug test? Are these drugs endangering a job position because they are prescription drugs. Should I tell ahead of time? What are good excuses for taking these, such as I had a toothache and I took it for that. I had some vicodins from a long time ago from the dentist but I dont have the bottle or the prescription. I just don't know the policies on this and I really want this job. They're legal drugs. I just don't have insurance now. so my friend gave me fentanyl said better than vicodin, so should I say this? What's my best option? if they decide to check with the dentist about my prescription for vicodin will they be able to tell its fentanyl and not vicodin? should I take some asprin before the test? I really did have a horrible toothache and the first thing i will do if I get this job is go to the dentist so if I have aspirin in my system it proves I was trying to medicate the pain? It's just, asprin was NOT doing enough... Answered by Ismael Lashway 2 years ago.
The manner in which you were taking the drugs is ILLEGAL. Taking anyone else's prescription is illegal, plain and simple. No insurance doesn't mean much for dental issues, because even if you HAVE dental insurance, it never seems to cover much. You just have to pony up the money and go. (I don't have dental insurance because it was costing me more than they were paying for our visits, so I pay all my family's dental costs out of pocket) As for the drug test, you're going to come up positive, and opioids are a pretty big deal. If you lie about what you took, that's just more fuel not to hire you. Answered by Kathie Garza 2 years ago.
Yep, it'll show up. If you had a perscription you could get around it. Try to get a script for Vicodin, You can't tell diffence between fentanyl and vicodin. Answered by Krissy Galt 2 years ago.
What's the price of 50 mcg/no fentanyl citrate....I'm not shore why my cousin wantsto know?
Asked by Angla Stavely 2 years ago.
Probably like 50 to 75 bucks.because they last for like 3 days.But man they are hell once they wear off. Answered by Vena Ploennigs 2 years ago.
Actiq for breakthrough pain?
has anyone had any experience with this?
Asked by Stepanie Brenning 2 years ago.
Yes Actiq, Brand name for Fentanyl Citrate: Actiq/Fentanyl is approx 100 times more potent that Morphine, so you can estimate how powerful it is. Additionally it is VERY expensive. I am currently on Actiq and a months supply cost almost $11,000. Mines turn out to be about $60 bucks per sucker. The FDA has only approved this medication for Cancer related pain, and the insurance companies are using this fact to DENY coverage of this medication. I have medicare part A,B and D prescription drug coverage. Medicate denied my request 3 times, until finally my appeal was brought infront of an Federal Administrative Law Judge, with my doctor on 3 way video conference. My doctor has to explain to the judge that this medication can be used for other types of pain. He also told her that ive tried all the other schedule 2 class drugs such as Morphine, Oxycodone, Demoral, Dilaudid, Methadone and etc. My doctor made it clear that due to my condition, ive been on heavy narcotics for almost 5 years and my body has become immune to lower potent pain meds and he made point to say that if the insurance company denies to pay for this, my quaility of life will be less than 10%.. Due to this quality of life issue, the Judge awarded me as the winner because a poor quality of life is againt medicares policy, especially if there is a drug that works. Sorry for the long book im writing hehehe, Just know, if you have insurance and you dont have terminal cancer pain, you will have a heck of a time getting it approved..... I needed a judge to force payment... Also, Actiq (Fentanyl Citrate) come in the follow strenghts, Actiq 200mcg 400mcg, 800mcg, 1200mcg,1600mcg i hope this helps! oh yeah , they are a nice Berry flavor too! yummy Answered by Karine Prefontaine 2 years ago.
It works very well and quickly.Be careful not to leave the lollipops lying around after you are through using them as they still contain enough fentayln to hurt a child or animal. Answered by Lizeth Loukanis 2 years ago.
What sort of pain mate? I use Oxycontin for my buggered hip, but its really really good, but very addictive. Try Googling Actiq for some info. Answered by Nina Poinson 2 years ago.
Swallowing liquid medicine instead of injecting through a needle?
what would happen if i had a vial of fentanyl citrate and instead of injecting it through a needle i just opened it up and drank some of it??
Asked by Francoise Koscielak 2 years ago.
The previous poster is correct that Fentanyl lollipops exist. However, the idea there is not that the drug is ingested, but that it's absorbed through the buccal mucosa (the inner wall of the cheek). There are certainly opiates that you can take by mouth in pill form, though. I don't know what would happen if you tried drinking something that is intended for injection in this particular case. It probably wouldn't hurt you, but it also probably wouldn't relieve pain. Answered by Britt Mesteth 2 years ago.
It would be ineffective, pharmaceutical companies design different drugs for their effectiveness. The vector, or method of moving it into your body as an effective complex, depends on the means of taking it into your body. Intraoral medicines are designed to be swallowed Intramuscular, or subdermal, medicines are designed to be injected wither into muscle, or under the surface of the skin. Even if the fentanyl citrate were, theoretically, to pass through your digestive system unaltered, and without doing you harm, iyt would be unlikely to be absorbed through the intestines. Answered by Paula Buetow 2 years ago.
I do not know about this specific drug, but the digestive system could certainly alter the chemicals enough to make it not work at all. Injecting is not much fun, and has a risk of infection. Drinking medicine is much easier. If drinking these meds worked, there would be no need for injections. Answered by Erna Litteer 2 years ago.
Fentanyl lollipops are available, so taking it by mouth is not unheard of. Check with a pharmacist about your question. You can call anonymously, you know. Answered by Jolanda Kremen 2 years ago.
it will burn , burn big time and taste terrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrible, it's not meant to be taken orally Answered by Brett Linko 2 years ago.
How do i dispose of old prescription medicine?
Someone said something about putting it in Kitty litter....any ideas?
Asked by Shalanda Dacruz 2 years ago.
From the Office of National Drug Control Policy Proper Disposal of Prescription Drugs Federal Guidelines: * Take unused, unneeded, or expired prescription drugs out of their original containers and throw them in the trash. * Mixing prescription drugs with an undesirable substance, such as used coffee grounds or kitty litter, and putting them in impermeable, non-descript containers, such as empty cans or sealable bags, will further ensure the drugs are not diverted. * Flush prescription drugs down the toilet only if the label or accompanying patient information specifically instructs doing so. * Take advantage of community pharmaceutical take-back programs that allow the public to bring unused drugs to a central location for proper disposal. Some communities have pharmaceutical take-back programs or community solid-waste programs that allow the public to bring unused drugs to a central location for proper disposal. Where these exist, they are a good way to dispose of unused pharmaceuticals. The FDA advises that the following drugs be flushed down the toilet instead of thrown in the trash: Actiq (fentanyl citrate) Daytrana Transdermal Patch (methylphenidate) Duragesic Transdermal System (fentanyl) OxyContin Tablets (oxycodone) Avinza Capsules (morphine sulfate) Baraclude Tablets (entecavir) Reyataz Capsules (atazanavir sulfate) Tequin Tablets (gatifloxacin) Zerit for Oral Solution (stavudine) Meperidine HCl Tablets Percocet (Oxycodone and Acetaminophen) Xyrem (Sodium Oxybate) Fentora (fentanyl buccal tablet) Note: Patients should always refer to printed material accompanying their medication for specific instructions. Answered by Cinda Entler 2 years ago.
No, don't put it in kitty litter, it may be absorbed in your kitty's paws! Most city police sations have a locked box you may deposit all unwanted medicine. Don't flush down toilet, either. If your police station doesn't have a box for the meds, then thy should know, and should tell you how to dispose of them. Answered by Tyisha Castanado 2 years ago.
Do NOT flush them. Pills dissolve in the water, and leak into our water system and into the environment. Its is very very unsafe. Take them to your doctor or any pharmacy. they will properly dispose of them in a safe way. Also, it will be free, they do not charge for this service as they want all medication to be disposed of properly. I hope that helps. Answered by Debrah Edington 2 years ago.
I was told you can put a little of water and dirt in the bottle, then just throw away. They will start to dissolve. Anyway it is way better then flushing them because too many people are doing that and particles are getting in the water system. Answered by Ryan Aderman 2 years ago.
Have you thought of taking them to the chemist/drugstore? They are the best people to ensure that medicines are safely disposed of so they don't cause any harm. Answered by Norbert Freudenstein 2 years ago.
I suggest that you flush them down the toilet or that you crush them and place them in a secured bag and throw them in the trash. Answered by Gennie Rothweiler 2 years ago.
Send them to dmurdock@... How about the toilet. It's all sh*t anyway. Good sh*t or not. Answered by Mayola Struckman 2 years ago.