How Long Does Meth Stay In Your Blood System?


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James Parnell answered
Typically, meth (methamphetamine) stays in the blood of a user for anything up to three days after it was consumed.

Meth (also known as ice, crystal, tik, glass or crank) is a drug similar in its molecular structure to amphetamine.

The drug stimulates the central nervous system of an individual by increasing the level of dopamine in the brain.

Dopamine creates feelings involved in reward, motivation, pleasure and euphoria.

The drug can be taken orally, snorted through the nostrils, injected by a needle or smoked - by using an "ice pipe".

How long does meth stay in your blood system?
  • Methamphetamine use can be detected by numerous methods of drug testing, which include: Blood tests, urine screenings, mouth swabs, and hair follicle tests.
  • A standard ten panel urine screening can detect meth use for anything up to four days after the drug was last used.
  • Mouth swab testing can detect traces of methamphetamine in saliva for anything between one and four days after the drug was taken.
  • Hair follicle testing is used when a longer period of drug abuse needs to be investigated. This form of test can find traces of meth in the hair follicles up to three months after it was consumed.
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BaNe SKELIK answered
It's only how much you use. Usually 3 days.

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