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Endocet 5 325
I was given an endocet 5/325 mg for pain on Friday by my mom and have to take a drug test on Monday!. Will it be out of my system by then??
50:50: At high level use, I would say no but a single pill may be under the level for detection. ...Read more
Depends: If it is one time use - a single dose - it is unlikely to be detected for more than 24-36 hours. If taken regularly for some period of time, it can be detected for 3-4 days, rarely 5. If this is prescribed to you, bring your prescription. If not, you shouldn't be taking it, and I would worry more about whether you have a drug problem than about getting caught. ...Read more
Variable: Endocet is a particular brand of oxycodone, and it comes in different strengths. From what I see in my area (near Providence RI), the 5 mg strength costs about 50 cents per tablet (5 mg oxycodone/325mg tylenol), while the the 10 mg strength (also with 325mg tylenol) costs about a dollar a tablet. There may be other generic forms that cost less, and chains may have $4 generic prescriptions. ...Read more
The opiate content.: Hydrocodone 5/500 contains 5 mg of hydrocodone and 5oomg of tylenol (acetaminophen) while Endocet 10-325 contains 10mg of oxycodone and 325 my of tylenol (acetaminophen). Both hydrocodone and oxycodone are opiates and controlled substances. Pound per pound however, oxycodone is much stronger than hydrocodone. ...Read more
Many days: If you are a football player (and 41 is a tad old for that), and you are being drug-tested, hydrocodone will stay in urine for 2-3 days, depending on how much you took how often for how long. It can be as much as 5 days with higher doses and more sensitive testing. If you are using it by prescription, testing shouldn't matter. If not, STOP and get help stopping if you need it. ...Read more
I have been on endocet for about 10 yrs after an injury. I am trying to quit. I'm finding that the less i take, i started itching like crazy?
Yes: Endocet is one major brand of a combination product with oxycodone and tylenol (acetaminophen). There are many such brands, and not every pharmacy may carry all of them. They are essentially equivalent, and unless the doctor checks a box that you can only get the brand written for, the pharmacy may exchange another equivalent product for it. Most pharmacies will carry 3 or 4 of the major brands of these drugs. ...Read more
Brand names: Same ingredients, different brand names.Get a more detailed answer ›