How Long Does Opiates Stay In A Fetus System?


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Any drug can be detected in the placenta or the meconium (baby's first stool) So, in all reality, opiate use will be detected.. Even if it was in the beginning of pregnancy.. If they decide to test either. Opiates normally stay in the system 72 hours in occasional users and up to a week in daily users.
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Anonymous answered
If you ingested it after the 16th week of pregnancy it will stay in the

baby's system until after it is born as babies do not pass stools until

after they are born. This stool is called meconium. The meconium is

what the hospital tests for drugs after the baby is born it starts

being produced by your baby in the 16th week of life. This is the same for any drug!

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