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Urine testing in RC Benzos (times to get clear) NEW UPDATE
#61
Its a lottery. Pyrazolam produces no active metabolites and should clear quickyl. Diclazepam produces a very long acting metabolite called Delorazepam HL 100 hours which slowly decays to Lorazepam. Might be present for 2-3 weeks.
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#62
rite sorry for going off topic but will 50mg diazepam and 600mg preablin show up in a urine test 6 days from now? the test is being done by an NHS addiction service
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#63
(05-08-2016, 10:40 PM)hoodieninja Wrote: rite sorry for going off topic but will 50mg diazepam and 600mg preablin show up in a urine test 6 days from now? the test is being done by an NHS addiction service

The magical phrase you can use to search for this stuff is "window of detection" The answer is yes to both - long-half life benzodiazepines are detectable for at least 10 days, while pregabalin at a dose that high is likely to still be detectable at 6 days.
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#64
Different health authorites use different tests and labs so what they test for can vary. As far as i know Pregabalin is not tested for: The labs charge for each substance tested for. Cannabis used to be tested for but that ended years ago. Generally they are looking for Morphine, Cocaine metabolites, Benzo metabolites and 6 MAM which is a Heroin metabolite. Amphetamines too. Even short HL benzos hang around for a week. Diclaz can take 14 days to clear.
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#65
(06-08-2016, 05:57 PM)niamh Wrote:
(05-08-2016, 10:40 PM)hoodieninja Wrote: rite sorry for going off topic but will 50mg diazepam and 600mg preablin show up in a urine test 6 days from now? the test is being done by an NHS addiction service

The magical phrase you can use to search for this stuff is "window of detection" The answer is yes to both - long-half life benzodiazepines are detectable for at least 10 days, while pregabalin at a dose that high is likely to still be detectable at 6 days.

ok so i have to go for a pee test in 7 days. i can't sleep without one of those rc chemicals. i have flubromazolm, clonazolam and etizolam. i live in the u.s. where they usually don't test for this stuff but at the clinic it might show on the dipstick test. is it safe for me to use the flubromazolam so i can sleep a little? thanks.
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#66
(12-04-2017, 10:50 PM)circuitprotector Wrote:
(06-08-2016, 05:57 PM)niamh Wrote:
(05-08-2016, 10:40 PM)hoodieninja Wrote: rite sorry for going off topic but will 50mg diazepam and 600mg preablin show up in a urine test 6 days from now? the test is being done by an NHS addiction service

The magical phrase you can use to search for this stuff is "window of detection" The answer is yes to both - long-half life benzodiazepines are detectable for at least 10 days, while pregabalin at a dose that high is likely to still be detectable at 6 days.

ok so i have to go for a pee test in 7 days. i can't sleep without one of those rc chemicals. i have flubromazolm, clonazolam and etizolam. i live in the u.s. where they usually don't test for this stuff but at the clinic it might show on the dipstick test. is it safe for me to use the flubromazolam so i can sleep a little? thanks.

Most designer benzodiazepines are cross-reactive with standard tests for benzodiazepines. i.e. if the test looks for benzodiazepines, the presence of RC benzos or their metabolites is likely to trigger a positive result.
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#67
Most probably a positive but some have been reported to not detect the Flubros. The rest are pretty much certain to be positive and long HL benzos will be detectable for up to two weeks. A 1mg Diclazepam dose showed active metabolites at 17 days although the threshold may have been lower but reckon on 12 at least Delorazepam has a HL of 100 hours. Etizolam maybe 7 days. Pyrazolam 10. Clonazolam going on Clonazepam 10-12. Flubromazepam ( if it shows and most will be positive) two weeks.No Hl for the lam analogue was ever given but its not short I can often feel for 20+ hours. Are they testing for Pregabalin? Costs for each additional test. Then Gabapentin, Phenibut etc etc not sure but never heard it mentioned.
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