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How To Cheat A Nicotine Test
I have to pass a nicotine test on Monday, and I slipped today and had a cig. what do I need to do so I can pass, I only had the one.
Don't smoke again: There is nothing you can do other than not smoke any more. You may still pass depending on the type of test. You will pass a blood test after 1-10 days depending on the type, a urine test after 3-4 days and a saliva test after 1/2-4 days. If you have abstained for a week prior today you will probably pass if you just had 1 today. Stopping for good is the best thing you can do for your health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Don't use nicotine: If you are smoking or chewing tobacco and your employer (or whoever) is testing for it, it is going to test positive unless you quit. Cotinine, the main metabolite that is usually tested for, will remain positive 3-4 days in most tests, up to a week for more sensitive tests. You can find websites on "beating" tests, but most of these don't work, and testing companies now test for them/ ...Read more
I had a few puffs of an e-cig(17-24mgs of nicotine) on Friday and have to take a nicotine test tomorrow. will I be able to pass?
Not entirely sure: It depends on how they test you and what they are testing you for (nicotine or cotinine). If it's the most common urine test it can stay there for up to 3-4 days so you're on the threshold of that. The standard positive test for urine is 200ng/ml.Blood tests is negative 1-3 days after last cigarette. Saliva test is 2-4 days. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been using E-CIG 3mg for awhile and just found out that need to go thru a nicotine test so how many days before i am free of nicotine to pass ?
If I have a nicotine test in 5 days, and I smoked a couple of cigarettes today will I be able to pass?
Maybe, or not: There are several variables which effect the amount of cotinine, the byproduct of nicotine, which is measured. Second hand smoke may cause an elevation of the cotinine level. A big time heavy smoker, may have an evaluated level of weeks. Since even second hand smoke can elevate the cotinine, the issue of passing a test depends on the cutoff level from the tester. ...Read more
I smoke e cig to aide in quitting- I have a nicotine test coming up coming up in 10 days. Will nicotine be gone. On e-cig 5 days. Modernate smoke?
I would so "no": Usually, 10 days is considered to be the outside time limit to detect nicotine after it has been ingested. However, the tests are very sensitive & depending on age & dose, cotinine (a nicotine metabolite) has been detected as long as 3 months after. Current use of e-cigarettes and/or vaping will very possibly result in positive nicotine tests, though, apparently, not ALL e-cigs contain nicotine. ...Read more
Not smoke!!: If you are asking how to "beat" the test, it would be unethical for any physician to give you advice on that. The way to pass ANY drug test is to NOT use that drug. Moreover, it is far more important to actually stop using tobacco products because they remain the number one preventible cause of death in the western world (and increasingly in developing nations). Stop BEFORE cancer, heart disease. ...Read more
I have a nicotine test at a hospital. What type of testing will they do and long before it will be out of my system?
I've stopped smoking today and I have a nicotine test next Tuesday I smoke frequently before will I pass the test ?
Not likely: oral swabs stay positive for the longest of the body fluids, and generally become negative before one week. Blood and urine are generally negative after 3-4 days. Congrats on stopping smoking, and I hope it isn't JUST for the test but for your health. It's one of the best decisions any smoker can make!! Good luck. ...Read more
Yes: Two weeks is sufficient time for nicotine and its metabolite cotinine to clear out of your system, as long as you avoid exposure to all nicotine, including gum or patches and passive smoke. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
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