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How long does cocaine stay in your urine and turn drug test positive?

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Dr. Evan Altman
Psychiatry 19 years experience
1-4 days: Most sources list the time for positive Cocaine in the urine from urine drug screen to be 1 to 4 days, with an average time of 3 days. Confirmatory testing for Cocaine rarely reveals a false positive screening.

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How long does 1 gram of cocaine stay in your urine?

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72 hours: Cocaine is a relatively short-acting drug and does not tend to accumulate in the body. The amount used has little effect on how long it stays detectable in urine. The method of testing (dipstick tests like RIA and eia) vs. More complex methods (thin layer or gas chromatography, mass spectrography) also can make a little bit of difference. But in general its about 3 days. If you need help, get it.

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