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How Long Does The Pain Med Nucynta 50MG Stay In Your Urine For A Drug Test?

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Rebecca Hunt answered
According to drug test examiners it can take up to six months.

This narcotic analgesic will act in the body's central nervous system (CNS) and will relieve moderate to severe pain. It can become a habit forming drug if it is used over a long period of time. It will then cause physical or mental dependence. Side effects could be experienced if a person stops taking the drug. The drug is normally used as relief for short term pain. In this situation, physical dependence should not occur. The medicine is only available by a doctor's prescription.

When taking this medicine it is important to not drink any alcoholic beverages, as the medicine adds to the numerous effects of the alcohol and also additional CNS depressants. These depressants slow down a person's nervous system, causing drowsiness. Examples of a CNS depressant are: An antihistamine or a medicine for colds or hay fever, tranquillisers or sedatives, narcotics, medicines for a seizure, barbiturates, anaesthetics including certain dental anaesthetics and muscle relaxants.

This medicine could cause a person to become drowsy, faint, lightheaded, dizzy or not as alert as they usually are. A person should be aware of the implications of taking this medicine and their reaction to it before driving, using any machines, or doing anything that could possibly be dangerous while not being as alert.

Side effects while on the medication could include bladder pain, cloudy or bloody urine, chills, coughing, difficult and burning urination, ear congestion, difficulty with breathing, fever, nasal congestion, sneezing, runny nose, and frequent urination among other side effects.

The medicine should never be stopped cold turkey. The person should be weaned off the medicine gradually. If not, a person could experience withdrawal symptoms in the form of tremors, sweating, shivering, nausea, headache, diarrhoea, anxiety or sleeping problems. It could also worsen the existing condition.
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Anonymous answered
Wrong!1 The half life is 4 hours so if you took 50mg in 4 hours it would be down to 25mg. Then in 4 hours 12.5 mg then in 4  hours 6.25 mgs then in 4 hours 3.12 mgs then in 4 hours 1.5mgs  then in 4 hours .75mgs then in 4 hours.37mgs then in 4 hours out of your system so  should be out in less than 2 days
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chou Lily answered
It can stay in my system for a few days.
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Anonymous answered
I'm taking it and do not think that it will show up as an opiod cause it doesn't even feel like and opiod, its more like an glorified ibuprofen and to achieve maximum relief you have to take more than the doctor says. Go get a drug test in the pharmacy and check your urine before you need to take the test. I have a strong feeling that you got nothing to worry about this medicine is a joke. Its another way for the drug companies to make more money cause they can.
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nettie answered
It will stay in your blood system 2 or more weeks, the only way to pass a test is don't do any drugs that are not allowed even if it is from your doctor you should make them aware of it before the test take your medication to show them...the best to you

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